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Because of the numerous hieroglyphic signs included as images in the contribution, a full-text version of this paper is not available online, but it can be downloaded in PDF format.

This paper is a translation by Todd J. We are very grateful to Todd for his hard work on this terminologically and conceptually demanding paper; all remaining issues and inconsistencies are ours.

This semiotjca concerns the study of different facets of writing, perceived in its generality, as the semiotic apparatus articulating language facts and spatial facts.

Seemiotica refer at the outset to the definition semiotifa in this volume: Scripturology is understood as a general theory targeting the establishment of a semiotic typology of writing systems. Its horizon is therefore comparable, within the study of writing, to that of linguistic typology. In order to specify the contours and objectives of such a discipline and to situate our approach, the analogy with the typology of languages will serve us here as an heuristic method.

In addition, these typologies 7 are generally found paired, consciously or otherwise, with a teleological perspective that envisages writing systems as attempts more or less klijkenberg in or approximations more or less successful in the aim of achieving the alphabetic ideal Sampson,8 according to a fantasized evolutionary continuum Battestini,pp.

Scripturology thus does not take as an objective the classification 12 of systems of writing in large sets based on unique and necessarily simplistic criteria.

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If the identification of universals 13 in particular—but not only—implicational universals 14 indeed forms part of the field of scripturology, then it is important that we should identify their nature. DeFrancisa specialist in Chinese script, put forward the thesis in his work Visible Speech: In other words, if we are on a search for universals, they should be situated on another level of generality.


This question of knowing what we find, where, and why? To pick up from Planckp. That combination is perhaps unfortunate. Scripturology does not imply the renunciation of a classification perspectivebut rather invites us to avoid simplification of categories based on unique principles and evade arborescent typologies, as reasonable as they may be e.

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Any system of writing possesses necessarily two sub-sets of features, the first arising from its spatial nature and the second resulting from its relationship with language. With that established, the classificatory approach would benefit from combining the qualitative and the quantitative: Neither does scripturology renounce research into generalisations or the quest for universals.

On the contrary, it elicits them, but with fresh insight. Diverging from tautology DeFrancis, or disputable principles like the mono- syllabic hypothesis of Daniels,it allows us to envision questions such as: Does every system of writing possessing phonemograms also have graphemes functioning as phonetic complements?

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One could of course multiply the inquiries klinkdnberg this kind and extend them to the domains of the grammemes and scriptemes. It is, we hope, to clarify these questions that the present volume can contribute. BattestiniSimon ed. CatachNina ed. ChristinAnne-Marie ed. CoeMichael D. CollesBrian E.

CoulmasFlorianWriting systems. DanielsPeter Eemiotica. DeFrancisJohnVisible Speech: D ixon, Robert M. DryerMatthew S. EcoUmbertoLe Signe. GelbIgnace J. GoldwasserOrlyLovers, Kanual and Giraffes: GoodyJackLa Raison graphique. IBielefeld, Aisthesis Verlag. GreenbergJoseph H. Aux sources du sensBrussels, Les Impressions nouvelles. HerrickEarl M. HimmelmannNikolaus P. Diptyque, 11Namur, Presses Universitaires, pp. JustesonJohn S.

General LinguisticsSaratoga, Anma Libri, pp.

Bulletin de la classe des lettres et des sciences morales et politiques16,pp. Bulletin de la classe des lettres et des sciences morales et politiques19, 6, pp.

KlinkenbergJean-MarieEntre langue et espace. Klock-FontanilleIsabelle ed. La linguistique est-elle une science? LehmannWinfred P.

LockwoodDavid G. How Parallel Can They Be? MacMahonMichael K. MeletisDimitriosGraphetik. Do We Need It? Past, Present … and Future?

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ParkesMalcolm B. Writing Codes in Contact: PrietoLuis J. RogersHenryWriting Systems. SampsonGeoffreyWriting Systems2 nd ed. SelzGebhard J. Egyptian-Coptic Linguistics in Comparative Perspectives. TaylorIsaacThe Alphabet: XuBingBook from the Ground. ZinnaAlessandroLe Interfacce degli oggetti di scrittura. Teoria del linguaggio e ipertestiRome, Meltemi.

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Klinkenberg this volume with a detailed commentary on the different components of the definition. Certain borderline cases, like the writing of sign languages, are discussed this issue cf. Greenberg and that these morphological types have sometimes been replaced by other general criteria, such as the opposition OV vs.

His research covers many fields of language sciences, about which he published nearly mnaual, translated into twenty languages.

Chairman of SignataKlinkenberg presided the International Association for Visual Semiotics four times and represents Belgium at the advisory board of the International Association for Semiotic Studies.

He is also specialized in sociolinguistics, and held numerous visiting professorships on the five continents. He has received honorary doctorates from several universities and is a member of the Royal Academy of Belgium. His fields of research include Ancient Egyptian linguistics, Late Egyptian philology and the ancient Egyptian scripts. His work focuses specifically on language variation and language change in Ancient Egyptian — Coptic, and on the publication and analysis of hieratic material from the community of Deir el-Medina.

Classifying and ordering the diversity. The plurality of expression planes: The diversity of content planes.

Scriptural field, chronosyntax and toposyntax. Multiplicity of scriptural semiosis and unity of the field of scripturology. Support, scriptural field, and modes of writing. The grapheme and graphemic functions. Writing as analysis of language and of the world. Towards a typology of graphemic functions. The grammeme and grammemic functions. The role of free variation: The scripteme and scriptemic functions. Typology of scriptemic indexical relations. The acts of writing: Klinkenberg this volume with a detailed commentary on the different components of the definit Notes 1 Similarly, see Harris Exploring the Iconicity and Spatiality of Pictorial Graphemes.