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Writing in Deconstruction vs Speech in Structuralism (Jacques Derrida vs Ferdinand de Saussure)

Bagiu, Lucian LU (2009) In Transilvania XXXVII (CXIII)(8). p.79-87
Abstract
Speech is already in itself a writing. Any concept that is to name, to stay for the abstract or concrete reality is made up of a mental trace. There is always a sleepy-waiting yet ever present trace at the origin of the representation and the naming of any ontological phenomenon. The trace is itself The apriori ontology – and this is how writing is pre-eminent to the later formal verbalization of any already traced concept of any abstract or concrete phenomenon of reality. The trace is the very possibility of the existence. The whole reality is originally “written”, then existing and finally spoken.
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writing, logocentrism, speech, linguistics, grammatology
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XXXVII (CXIII)
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Centrul Cultural Interetnic Transilvania
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  author       = {Bagiu, Lucian},
  issn         = {0255-0539},
  keyword      = {writing,logocentrism,speech,linguistics,grammatology},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {8},
  pages        = {79--87},
  publisher    = {Centrul Cultural Interetnic Transilvania},
  series       = {Transilvania},
  title        = {Writing in Deconstruction vs Speech in Structuralism (Jacques Derrida vs Ferdinand de Saussure)},
  volume       = {XXXVII (CXIII)},
  year         = {2009},
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