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Linguistic relativism

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20th Century
===20th Century===
In 1916, [[Ferdinand de Saussure]]'s ''Cours de linguistique générale'' ("Course in General Linguistics") is posthumously published, based on lectures given between 1906 and 1911, and laying the foundation for structural linguistics. "In itself," wrote Saussure, "thought is like a swirling cloud where no shape is intrinsically determined. No ideas are established in advance, and nothing is distinct, before the introduction of linguistic structure."
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