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언어활동의 지시적 조직의 형식화에 관하여 - 한·불어의 후치· 전치사의 예를 중심으로-
Sur la formalisation du mecanisme deictique enonciatif: 1 ' exemple de la pre-postposition en coreen et en francais

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Authors
박형달
Issue Date
1998
Publisher
서울대학교 인문대학 인문학연구소
Citation
인문논총, Vol.40, pp. 1-102
Abstract
In saussurian linguistics as in guillaumian psychomechanics, the activity of language (or the circuit if the speech) has benn apprehended as the ego(I) centric pair of I-You, taking the visible concrete(=I as real/lexical interrogative entity) for the invisible abstract(=You as interrogative grammatical marker), and vice-versa, with this difference that it presupposes or not the notion of kinetism. This same egocentric apprehension of the circuit has led to the error of treating two types of grammatical marker(pre-postposed to the lexical in French and in Korean), such as the gender-honorofic relating to the man-things and the intrasentential preposition-particle of case, under the separate label and in this implicit order. In order to surpass the limits of this lexico-grammatical(=incidencial/combinatory) treatment, it is necessary to reconstitute the kinetico-synaptic(You-centric) non arbitrary mechanism of the person, namely, to reduce the pair of the non synaptic(timeless/I-centric) circuit to two distinct synaptic times: the before(pure question-response: zero honorific) and the aiter (Q. -R. : Honorofic), that is, to apprehend the general synaptic mechanism(You → / ← I), which is equivalent to the following formula: "genesis → (synaptifying)/synaptifee", or "flexional person → (verbal person)/ pronominal person", or else "theory(general phonology) ⇄ general morphology ⇄ internal syntax ⇄ external syntax".
ISSN
1598-3021
Language
Korean
URI
https://hdl.handle.net/10371/29286
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College of Humanities (인문대학)Institute of Humanities (인문학연구원)Journal of humanities (인문논총)Journal of Humanities vol.40 (1998) (인문논총)
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