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VARIATIONS DE L’ÉCRITURE ET DIVERSITÉ TYPOLOGIQUE : L’APPROCHE DU VOCABLE CHEZ GUSTAVE GUILLAUME À LA LUMIÈRE DE SA THÉORIE DES INTÉGRALES CONSTITUTIVES DU LANGAGE

Abstract : Gustave Guillaume’s thinking about writing was already dealt with in one of F. Tollis’s former articles in 1997. It was then shown that, far from considering it secondary like most of his contemporaries, Guillaume underlined its privileged relations with thought processes together with the part it played in the linguistic structuration of languages. He enhanced both how deep-rooted it was and how relevant a testimony it was. Now that ten more volumes of his writing have been published – both from his early and late periods –, it might be of interest to reconsider this topic. It appears that, most particularly in 1941-1942, Guillaume drew an apparently original parallel between writing and the different integrals that he thought possible to trace within the architecture of the various types of speech and behind the various types of items they are made up of. It is this double theorizing approach that will be presented and analyzed here.
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Francis Tollis. VARIATIONS DE L’ÉCRITURE ET DIVERSITÉ TYPOLOGIQUE : L’APPROCHE DU VOCABLE CHEZ GUSTAVE GUILLAUME À LA LUMIÈRE DE SA THÉORIE DES INTÉGRALES CONSTITUTIVES DU LANGAGE. Dossiers d'HEL, SHESL, 2016, Écriture(s) et représentations du langage et des langues, 9, pp.81-97. ⟨hal-01304817⟩

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