S-Space Language Education Institute (언어교육원) Language Research (어학연구) Language Research (어학연구) Volume 20 Number 1/4 (1984)
A Formal Approach to Intersubjective Relations : Shared Enunciation
- Ganesan, N.
- Issue Date
- 서울대학교 언어교육원
- 어학연구, Vol.20 No.2, pp. 203-215
- Two Strategies of an Utterance
The theoretical position that we have adopted in our thesis has led us to introduce some new concepts like "shared enunciation," "continuous enunciation," "discontinuous enunciation" and "absolute localization" (Loc A),in the theoretical model of enunciation/predication developed by A. Culioli and his collaborators. We laid an hypothesis according to which an utterance (econce) is the result of the act of enunciation. This result is obtained through two different strategies:
a) The utterance is an abstract product which results from a set of operations, executed by the speaker "ψ0" alone.
b) The utterance is an abstract product resulting from a set of chained operations executed alternatively by one of the elements of the couple (ψ0,ψ1). The concept "enonce" in the system proposed by A. Culioli, as well as in most of theoretical systems, has been considered as a static product. 4 As far as we are concerned, we
will develop the concept "enonce" into two different angles:
1) The utterance (enonce) is conceived as a static product which results from "ψ0" alone.
2) The utterance (enonce) is conceived as a dynamical product which results from the couple (ψ0,ψ1).
The above theoretical considerations at first allowed us to examine that abstract entity in its constitutive function, and, secondly, to analyze formally the intersubjective relations (ψ0,ψ1) d in the enunciation/assertion.