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Théories cognitives et l'hypothèse de l'émergence du sens

Abstract : This paper intends to show our need for several theoretical frameworks to understand complex linguistic phenomena such as Free Indirect Speech. A. Culioli's Utterer-Centered Approach enables us to consider FIS as an abstract form enhancing diverging types of location and values. G. Fauconnier and M. Turner's Conceptual Integration principle (Blending) suggests the way to decipher how FIS's cognitive space is produced, as well as the principle of cooperation between linguistic markers. Lastly, B. Victorri and C. Fuchs's Dynamic Construction of Meaning makes it possible both to understand how meaning is produced in FIS and to postulate the principle of the emergence of meaning in cases of semantic indeterminacy.
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Gilles Col. Théories cognitives et l'hypothèse de l'émergence du sens. Tropismes, CREA - Centre de Recherches Anglophones, 2004, 12, pp.115-140. ⟨halshs-00113095⟩



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