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Jinkis I in his seminar of logic to the topology in psychoanalysis, Jacob points out that to construct an algebraic structure, it is necessary to have a set of elements and a combinatorics, applied to the whole law gives a result that meets the law of closure, i.e., that the result is an element that belongs to the set. Where the combinatory law will result in a different Assembly item, creates a new set that makes structure with that law. The new structure includes the previous. An example: the passage from the set of natural numbers (N) to the integers (Z), resulting from application of the combinatory law of the subtraction to the set N, from which the Z set which includes N applying this notion of structure to the set of elements of Linguistics, is created as combinatory law taking its significance, the product of this operation has resulted in an element of the same set, i.e. a subject for which reciprocal implications of the signifier and the meaning work subject object in the relationship. Now if the same set we apply to it as law Combinatorial significance, the result is a subject other than the previous and stranger to the initial set with which establishes a new structure, which defines the new subject of enunciation and includes the above as I stated. For this new structure the significance occurs at the level of the signifier and enters the meaning produced once.

Jinkis I in his seminar of logic to the topology in psychoanalysis, Jacob points out that to construct an algebraic structure, it is necessary to have a set of elements and a combinatorics, applied to the whole law gives a result that meets the law of closure, i.e., that the result is an element that belongs to the set. Where the combinatory law will result in a different Assembly item, creates a new set that makes structure with that law. The new structure includes the previous. An example: the passage from the set of natural numbers (N) to the integers (Z), resulting from application of the combinatory law of the subtraction to the set N, from which the Z set which includes N applying this notion of structure to the set of elements of Linguistics, is created as combinatory law taking its significance, the product of this operation has resulted in an element of the same set, i.e. a subject for which reciprocal implications of the signifier and the meaning work subject object in the relationship. Now if the same set we apply to it as law Combinatorial significance, the result is a subject other than the previous and stranger to the initial set with which establishes a new structure, which defines the new subject of enunciation and includes the above as I stated. For this new structure the significance occurs at the level of the signifier and enters the meaning produced once.