Season 186 - Day 11 of 14
This Swiss linguist and philosopher, considered the father of modern linguistics, made groundbreaking contributions to the study of language structure and semiotics.
His ideas laid the foundation for many significant developments in linguistics, particularly in the study of how signs convey meaning within language.
His most renowned work, published posthumously, revolutionized the way language is analyzed and understood. Who is this influential figure in the field of linguistics and semiotics?
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