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LANGUE AND PAROLE

LANGUE AND PAROLE. Contrasting terms in LINGUISTICS, proposed by Ferdinand de Saussure (Cours de linguistique générale, 1915) to distinguish between the language system of a group (langue) and instances of its use (parole) within language in general (langage). Compare COMPETENCE AND PERFORMANCE.

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langue and parole

langue and parole See POST-STRUCTURALISM; SAUSSURE, FERDINAND DE.

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