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Moein M. Analyzing Four Spatial Language Regimes based on Interactive and Semiotic Regimes of Eric Landowski. LRR. 2019; 10 (5) :49-72
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Associate Professor of French Language and Literature – Islamic Azad University – Tehran – Central Branch - Tehran – Iran , bajo_555@yahoo.com
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According to the four semiotic regimes proposed by Eric Landowski, the social semiotician of post Gremassian tradition, four different space regimes entitled space, "network", "texture", "spinning" and "the abyss", can be distinguished one from the other. In fact, the basis of these spatial regimes goes back to semiotic and interactive systems. The semiotic system of "programmation" or operation in the world, whose basis is "order" is the basis of the texture- spatial system.The semiotic manipulation system based on intentionality is the basis of the network spatial regime. The rotating or spiral- spatial system is defined by the semiotic regime called "abyss" based on the perceptual-sensory state and, finally, the spatial regime which relies on the semiotic regime of accident based on luck. The main purpose of this article is to introduce each of these spatial regimes and to discuss the formation of each of them. The current research tries to investigate the basics and infrastructure of each of these spatial regimes proposed by Eric Landowski's semiotic and interactive regimes
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Article Type: مقالات علمی پژوهشی | Subject: Narrative Science
Published: 2019/11/22

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