Sémiologie et Symbolique selon Tzvetan Todorov

Dialogue 19 (03):396-421 (1980)
En insistant sur l'opposition entre signe et symbole, signification et symbolisation, Todorov propose de faire de la sémiologie (ou sémiotique) une étude de la symbolique plutôt que des signes en général.Des raisons qu'il avance pour opérer cette réduction, aucune n'est probante, et l'on montre qu'elle comporte des inconvénients tant théoriques que pratiques.
Keywords philosophie  sémiologie  Todorov  critique
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DOI 10.1017/S0012217300022575
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