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Whether we take the signified or the signifier, language has neither ideas nor sounds that existed before the linguistic system, but only conceptual and phonic differences that have issued from the system. The idea or phonic substance that a sign contains is of less importance than the other signs that surround it. Proof of this is that the value of a term may be modified without either its meaning or its sound being affected, solely because a neighboring term has been modified. (CGL, 120) This passage both elaborates the differential distribution and evolution of the signs in language and extrapolates some of the logical and temporal implications of this difference.
CGL, 120) This passage both elaborates the differential distribution and evolution of the signs in language and extrapolates some of the logical and temporal implications of this difference. Language's discriminations are in relation to one another and not to some transcendental ("positive") value. There are no values, entities, or essences prior to language. There is no prior. Signs are related, precisely, by relativity. Relatedness takes precedence over intrinsic essence or value. Signs change not in themselves but in relation to one another, in compensation for changes in the network of signs.
In another gesture that was to prove crucial for twentieth-century philosophy and social science, Saussure divided the sign, which is the constitutive unit of language, into its signifier 28 HIGH RESOLUTION and its signified, its written, spoken, or pictorial form and its meaning, its semiotic and semantic functions. He debunked essentialist theories of naming and the evolution of languages by asserting the arbitrary connection between the signifier and the signified of the sign. "The bond between the signifier and the signified is arbitrary.