« Perception, énonciation, genre »

Résumé : This article discusses apparently paradoxical French sentences such as Le guitariste était une femme. The article makes use of several theoretical frameworks : utterance, discourse, and pragmatics. The utterance framework makes use of concepts developped by Benveniste (1966, 1974), H. Adamczewski (1982), A. Culioli (1990). These theories draw attention to the importance of the choice between lexical units and determiners. They also throw light on the use of « être » in utterances expressing difference between subject and predicate. Then Pêcheux and Paveau’s discourse frameworks (1975 and 2006, respectively) will be used to emphasize the importance of concepts such as formation discursive, préconstruit, construit, prédiscours. The following sections make use of the concept of mental spaces elaborated by Fauconnier (1996) and specifically enriched with the concept of frame semantics (Fillmore, 1977, 1982), or evidentiality (Chafe, 1986), the enunciative framework can achieve greater coherence.
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Synergies Europe, Gerflint, 2014, Enonciation et neurosciences cognitives
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Claude Delmas. « Perception, énonciation, genre ». Synergies Europe, Gerflint, 2014, Enonciation et neurosciences cognitives. 〈halshs-01401825〉



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