S-Space Language Education Institute (언어교육원) Language Research (어학연구) Language Research (어학연구) Volume 22 Number 1/4 (1986)
A Formal Aspect of the Process of Production and Comprehension of a Discourse
- Ganesan, N.
- Issue Date
- 서울대학교 언어교육원
- 어학연구, Vol.22 No.4, pp. 503-513
- During the moment of production of a discourse 'D', there are creation of classes of notions and evaluations of certain relations between those classes. Neither thoses classes nor those relations which bind them are permanent. They result from the conditions of the production of a discourse 'D'. Most of the contemporary language researchers share one common factor : "the conditions of production have an influence upon the selection of the combination of terms and the form of 'D' itself ; but the formal criteria to lay down a general Condition which could be applicable in all situations are not formally discussed in most of the systems, particularly, in those that we have evoked below.
In this paper we have tried to analyse and extract some formal properties to represent thase conditions which constitute the process of production and comprehension of a discourse 'D', on the lights of enunciativo-predicative approach. We have focused mainly on how the two poles "I"(￠_0) and "you"(￠_1) are coprojected to constitute the enunciative process.
The selection and combination of terms are carried, not by ￠_0 alone like in most of the formal systems (cf. Fillmore, Rouault, Descles but by the couple (￠_0,￠_1). To encounter the virtual participation of "you"(￠_1) in the process of production charged initially by "I"(￠_0) we have introduced a notion : "coprocess". The participants of the act are not keeping the same identity and referential coordinates in the course of the process.
It is subject to change. This theoretical precaution will allow us to configurate better the problems of pragmactic level and to control at evety instant state whether t_1∈V(τ_0) and its adjacents t_(1-1)∈V(τ_0) and t_(1+1)∈V(τ_0) have the same coordinates or not ; and afterwards the same referential values.