Ferdinand de Saussure's Langue vs. Parole
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This paper examines Persian/Farsi/Dari in relation to Saussure's linguistics of langue, in the formal rules of a language and varying links to parole, or the spoken language. The writer discusses that Persian as the official language of Iran and Afghistan, but also Tajikistan, is duplicated in numbers of speakers elsewhere whose forms and ideas of Persia have altered with proximity to other languages, ambiguous relations between signifying terms and what is signified.
From the Paper:"International interest in an ample Persian literature of centuries ensures continuation of study of the Persian language, as much as geo-political realities of the present stimulate other interest in Central and South Asia and displaced Persian-speaking representatives to appear abroad. This paper refers to the anthropological contribution of Ferdinand de Saussure (1857-1913) to linguistics and semantics. The Farsi or Persian used in Iran is known formally as Modern Iranian Persian as compared to the Dari or court Persian of Afghanistan, both countries in which Persian ..."
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