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Linguistiques textuelles et discursives

Abstract : In this text, which introduces the linguistic part of the contents, we present the contributions of two linguists (J.M. Adam and R. Martin) who have marked the language sciences as they were developed and illustrated in Metz through textual linguistics as well as logical and referential semantics. After remembering the distinction between text and discourse that J.-M. Adam makes through his multiple works and their evolution, we focus on how this distinction appears, or not, in Pour une logique du sens by R. Martin (1992 [1983]). As the title suggests, this book is not initially a work of textual and/or discursive linguistics. Nevertheless, it becomes so at its end, where the linguist, after recalling his debt to the Prague School, explains how he takes the steps “from semantics to pragmatics”. The demonstration is rich, complex, and in advance if we consider that the work appears at the beginning of the 1980s, « out of the box »: we will see in particular that the discourse belongs to the semantic field and, conversely, that the text appears at the very end of the demonstration, as an outcome from the aporia of the (impossible) pragmatic interpretation (or “re-interpretation”) of the statements.
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Guy Achard-Bayle. Linguistiques textuelles et discursives. Journée d'étude Enjeux et utilité sociale d’une revue en sciences du langage : le cas de Pratiques, entre linguistique, littérature et didactique, Centre de recherche sur les médiations (Crem, Université de Lorraine), Jun 2019, Metz, France. pp.[En ligne], ⟨10.4000/pratiques.8521⟩. ⟨hal-03143248⟩



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