By Rebeca Mauleon
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Uhlenbeck (1978) (Introduction) In search of the sign The particular theoretical and methodological principles to be presented in this volume include: invariance, markedness and distinctive feature theory as developed in the post-Saussurian tradition of Prague school functionalism and the semantic sign-oriented analyses of three specific contemporary linguistic schools: the Columbia school of Form-Content Analysis founded by William Diver, the school of the Psychomechanics of Language founded by Gustave Guillaume, and the Jakobsonian-van Schooneveldian school.
This phenomenon (especially with indefinite sentences) is certainly not unique to modern Hebrew and may be found in an analytic language such as modern English in which many, if not most, of the words in the lexicon function in more than one part of speech that is usually determined in context by word order and morphological cues (Pierce 1985). Example (35) (attrib uted to Charles Fries) illustrates this phenomenon in a more limited way: (35) ship sails tomorrow which has the following two messages: (36) (37) the ship is leaving tomorrow the (order of) ship sails is arriving tomorrow.
Forcing the encoder to choose among many signs each possessing a particular non-vague meaning in order to communicate a message which is more easily decoded. Therefore, it is possible to claim that the semiotic act of communication can be seen as a "mini-max" struggle: the desire to create maximun communi cation with minimal effort. This mini-max struggle, however, is reflected by two converse communicative processes by encoders and decoders who stand in opposed and mirror-image like positions.
101 Montunos (English and Spanish Edition) Book and 2 CDs by Rebeca Mauleon