This paper describes, appreciates, and integrates the observations of several neo-Marxist structural theoreticians.

Concepts proposed and utilised by Saussure, Barthes, and Bourdieu are considered with a particular focus on defining and describing a cohesive ‘semiotic epistemology’.

A semiotic epistemology is described as being: a theoretically coherent and justified definition of the congress of semiological systems of disambiguation (of language coda and meta-discourse articulations).

Having defined and described a semiotic epistemology the author then appreciates various aspects of our use of language in the light of these propositions.