Ferdinand de Saussure

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Ferdinand de Saussure (Nov 26th 1857 – Feb 22nd 1913) was a major Swiss Linguist. He is occasionally considered the founder of the "modern linguistics". He was undisputably one of the most influential authors of structuralism in the 20th century.