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Fragments of the future : the book to come and its announcement on the edges of the modern regime of historicity (16th/20th centuries) : a social poetics of the project
This dissertation aims at examining the issue of the imagined book while avoiding its characterization in terms of failure, incompleteness, loss and spectre, which are prevalent in contemporary literary studies. As it approaches the diverse phenomenon of the imagined book on the basis of its deliber...
The French spoken in the education of the FLE The French spoken in the education of the FLE: The case of the presentation is with learners and teachers
The interest in French spoken in the teaching of French foreign language is not new. From the direct method at the beginning of the twentieth century to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, the teaching of French has evolved considerably, taking account in particular of the achi...
A New Poet at Minuit Publishing House. Ethos and poetic horizons in Robert Pinget’s Works
This thesis takes the reader through Robert Pinget’s protean work, from early poems to notebooks including novels, theatre and art books. This work will examine literary history, sociopoetics and genre pragmatics in order to show that poetry represents an aesthetic horizon for the New Novelist, in o...
Using SDRT to analyze pathological conversations. Logicality, rationality and pragmatic deviances
International audience Schizophrenia is well-known among mental illnesses for the severity of the thought dis- orders it involves, and for their widespread and spectacular manifestations ranging from deviant social behavior to delusion, not to mention affective and sensory distortions. Confronted wi...
From apposition to detached noun phrases : Syntactic and textual study of [NP1, NP2] constructions in German
This syntactic and textual study examines the various ways apposition can be defined. German grammars and linguistic studies devoted to apposition vary widely in the range of that notion, which is still very much under the influence of grammatical tradition. The various criteria which appear in defi...
The pragmatic principles of communication in the argumentation
Bon many of the messages that argumentation specialists regard as paralogisms have something false or wrong, but do not rely on characterised lies. This article seeks to elucidate the functioning of such verbal fraud. On the basis of an analysis of four examples of such misleading messages, he highl...
Negotiating Tradition - The pragmatics of international deliberations on Cultural Property
Communicative interactions in international negotiations on cultural property not only provide information about the emergence and proliferation of arguments, rhetorics, and registers, but also permit valuable insights into actors’ positions, strategies and alliances. They significantly influence lo...
Autism from a cognitive-pragmatic perspective
Autism is one of a group of three neuro- developmental disorders including, in addition to autism itself, Asperger Syndrome and a fairly heterogeneous group of patients who present some but not all of the symptoms of autism (see below, section 2.2). Asperger Syndrome and autism being the best descri...
Autism from a cognitive-pragmatic perspective
International audience Autism is one of a group of three neuro-developmental disorders including, in addition to autism itself, Asperger Syndrome and a fairly heterogeneous group of patients who present some but not all of the symptoms of autism (see below, section 2.2). Asperger Syndrome and autism...
Teaching of foreign languages: epistemology, theorising and ordinary speeches
This article discusses, from a historical point of view, how, from the start of the communicative approach, the interplay between speech analysis and French didactic practice has taken place. It then introduces the articulation between these two fields by tightening up the approach to analysing spee...
LADDER: UN CORPUS DI SCRITTURE DIGITALI PER L’INSEGNAMENTO DELLA PRAGMATICA IN L2. UN ESEMPIO DI ANALISI DI DISDETTE IN WHATSAPP
Molte recenti ricerche hanno sottolineato come sia utile la creazione ed analisi di corpora per la didattica della pragmatica che, a differenza di altri livelli linguistici, come ad esempio la sintassi, non possono essere spiegate con regole ma con il riferimento a valori tendenziali o scelte più o...
Spoiling suspense? Anticipatory structures as creative narrative devices in Tabish Khair’s diasporic fiction
Narrative texts often aim to generate suspense, or similar type of involvement, in order to enhance plot developments through the delay or withdrawal of explicit information, or the use of unreliable characters. There are also cases, however, in which the flow of narrative progression is deliberatel...
Say the standard: Law, politics and statement
Western democracies, at a time when they have undeniable legitimacy on the international stage, revisit the political and legal models they have produced. Is this crisis in our liberal democracies a sign of a more fundamental modern reason? This is suggested by contemporary debates on politics and l...
The treatment of passive staff in the teaching of French foreign language
The purpose of this work is to contribute to the articulation of language research on passive and French. We look at some theoretical aspects related to some forms and values of liabilities that cannot be saved in the acquisition of this discursive turn. This study thus fills some gaps identified in...
Lexical representation and modification within the noun phrase
Formal semanticists of natural language have traditionally worked with relatively impoverished lexical representations and have generally been conservative in drawing the line between those aspects of interpretation which are determined by lexical information and composition rules, and those which a...
Language, kin classification and territoriality : How to think deep-historical rationales through the pragmatics of kinship?
International audience Since Radcliffe-Brown’s rejection of what he called conjectural history, and through this also refusing to engage with evolutionary theses in general and those in the domain of kinship in particular, only few anthropologists have ventured into the realm of reconstructing past...
Reported speech and electronic mail
International audience Étude du courrier électronique selon la linguistique pragmatique
Réflexions pour une élaboration d'une charte éthique des relations interdiscursives : le cas de la messagerie universitaire
International audience Reflections on the development of an ethical charter of interdenterous relations: the case of university messaging Introduction Our first question was to understand and analyze the phenomena of verbal violence found in email exchanges between more than two people in institutio...
“Solutions in Hieroglyphic”: Ralph Waldo Emerson, “Picturesque Language,” and the Ancient Near East
former unitarian pastor, Ralph Waldo Emerson treats proche-Oriental Antiquity as a corpus of texts (the biblique canon); in his view, it was part of a hermeneutical survey, inextricably linked to a thorough reflection on the nature and challenges of writing and reading. Inherited from Christian theo...
Cognition and context of legal texts: spanish and english judgments compared
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Kenneth Goldsmith, Duchamp is My Lawyer: The Polemics, Pragmatics and Poetics of UbuWeb
Virgil Abloh’s epidemic “I often tell people that Duchamp is my lawyer. He’s the legal premise to validate what I’m doing” sets the tone. The author disagrees with the instructions for use and the broad lines on which this clear gesture is based, namely the development of UbuWeb. He gave an account...
Accommodation intersubjective et générique dans le forum du Madman’s Café
The forum of The Madman’s Café is a place where a community of fans unite in order to engage in in-depth conversations about the latest in Japanese pop culture. Integration into such a selective community requires exacting efforts of accommodation, compelling the members to conform to the generic no...
Integration of an induction path in DELF Junior into the French 3 cycle programmes in the US immersion school
In the context of an end of Master FLE traineeship in the French immersion school where I teach in California, I took the initiative to create an induction pathway at DELF Junior A2/B1 for my 3 classes in order to enable my learners to become aware of their language skills while offering them a lear...
German compared to language. Grammatical contrasts and convergences
Cross-language comparison can show where German structures diverge from and converge with those of other languages. The essays in the 2011 Yearbook of the Institute for German Language compare German with other languages on all grammatical levels, from photetics, phonology, graphematics, and morphol...
‘He's a cop but he isn't a bastard': an enunciative approach to some pragmatic effects of the coordinator but.
This paper uses the Theory of Enunciative Operations and suggests new concepts for a linguistic analysis of ‘pragmatic' effects such as the construction, through the use of grammatical markers, and connectives in particular, of indirect meaning, and argumentative force. Defining a three-term relatio...