Oxford University Press, Usa (1989)

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David Butt
Macquarie University
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This book, written in the form of a conversation between a student of educational theory and a student of linguistics, brings out the relationship between talking and thinking. Their discussion can be divided into three parts: the Saussurean theory of signs seen within different approaches to meaning; the implications of sign theory in accordance with what thinking implies in specific communities; and the way in which point of view can alter meaning within a particular community.
Keywords Linguistics   Language and languages
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