Bally Ho, or Langage Affectif

"Bally long ago tried to develop a theory of 'emotive speech' (langage affectif), speech which strengthens the natural expressiveness of everyday language; but Bally's 'stylistic' showed primarily that this 'emotive' speech tends to disintegrate the normal structures of language. Why not rather consider the hypothesis that feeling has a language of its own? Under the influence of Bleuler and Jung, even Freud finally came around to this view, though he had previously attempted to explain symbolization as a mechanism of disguise."

Piaget, Structuralism