Structuallism and Its Founder, Ferdinand de Saussure
Ferdinand de Saussure was born in Genebva in 1857. He spend his life studying linguistics and laid the foundation for a school of thought later named structualism. Saussure completed his education in Geneve, Leipzig, and Berlin obtaining his doctorate in 1800. He taught historical linguistics at Paris and became a professor of Indo-European linguistics at Geneva.
Why do the English transcribe a rooster's cros as "coco-a-doodle-doo," but the Spanish as "cocorico"? The sound ofa rooster crowing is exactly the same across the globe;the only difference is human interpretation. …
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