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TATIT, Luiz  and  BEIVIDAS, Waldir. Potentialities of the Greimasian Narrativite. Tóp. Sem [online]. 2017, n.37, pp.49-72. ISSN 2594-0619.

Having been the epicenter of Algirdas Julien Greimas’ reflections on Semiotics since its origins, the narrativity is here investigated in three propositive directions: (i) To understand the implicit tensivity in the Greimasian narrative model, from Claude Zilberberg’s heuristic proposals; (ii) to incorporate into narrativity —conceived as the anthropology of human imaginary— the thymic-drive regime, as defended by Jean Petitot; (iii) to suggest the entry of semiotics point of view into the debate over the “great stories of anthropogenesis” —such as the scientific-evolutionary narratives of human species, the humanist narratives of the “human exception”, the phenomenological narrative of “anthropological difference”, among others— to instruct such debate with the proposal of a “semiological narrative” that evidences the fundamental presence and action of language in this anthropogenesis.

Keywords : semiotics; narrative; anthropogenesis; drive; thymia.

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