‘He's a cop but he isn't a bastard': an enunciative approach to some pragmatic effects of the coordinator but.

Abstract : 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 relation, the coordinator but is considered here as a counter-subordinator which both creates an argumentative domain attributed by the speaker to a previous utterance and corrects it in an interpersonal relation of discordance with the addressee. We propose a detailed contextualized analysis of the construction and retrieval of implicit utterances and argumentative power in interviews and political debates as the result of enunciative (versus extra-linguistic) operations marked by but interacting with a combination of specific markers within the utterances it links.
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Martine Sekali. ‘He's a cop but he isn't a bastard': an enunciative approach to some pragmatic effects of the coordinator but.. John Benjamins Publishing Company. Connectives as Discourse Landmarks, John Benjamins Publishing Company, pp.230-260, 2007, Pragmatics & Beyond New Series, 161. ⟨halshs-00529047⟩

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