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2007 | 68 | 1 | 38-45
Article title

Samoorganizace řeči? Několik poznámek k lingvistickému a biologickému strukturalismu

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SELF-ORGANIZED SPEECH? SOME REMARKS ON LINGUISTIC AND BIOLOGICAL STRUCTURALISM
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CS
Abstracts
EN
In confronting F. de Saussure's 'Cours de linguistique générale' with S. Kauffman's 'Investigations', it is possible to observe a hint of convergence of understanding the system, its development. Nevertheless, in grasping the language metaphor of life, what I primarily find is a clear correspondence between neo-Darwinism and linguistic structuralism (in relation to evolution, or more precisely to language development/speech behaviour). What is chaotic for neo-Darwinism and linguistic structuralism (again in relation to the development of life/speech) can be self-organized for biological structuralism. This text demonstrates the relations between the methodologies of the appropriate sciences and the types of order that can be described/discovered by them.
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  • D. Faltynek, Katedra bohemistiky FF UP, Krizkovského 10, 771 80 Olomouc, Czech Republic
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07CZAAAA03076311
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bwmeta1.element.24707366-9c1e-3983-a26a-fa34e7add0c9
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