Approches pragmatiques du latin et du grec

Publié le 14 novembre 2017 Mis à jour le 15 novembre 2017

Publication d'un ouvrage collectif de linguistique, sur les approches pragmatiques des langues latine et grecque. Camille Denizot, maître de conférences de Grec à Paris Nanterre, a réuni et édité ces travaux avec Olga Spevak.

 

Titre de l'ouvrage :

Pragmatic Approaches to Latin and Ancient Greek, edited by Camille Denizot and Olga Spevak, University of Paris West Nanterre La Défense / University of Toulouse-Jean Jaurès, [John Benjamins Publishing Company, Studies in Language Companion Series, 190] 2017. xvi, 309 pp.
 

Résumé : 

Pragmatics forms nowadays an integral part of the description not only of modern languages but also of ancient languages such as Latin and Ancient Greek. This book explores various pragmatic phenomena in these two languages, which are accessible through corpora consisting of a broad range of text types. It comprises empirical synchronic studies that deal with three main topics:
(i) speech acts and pragmatic markers,
(ii) word order, and
(iii) discourse markers and particles. The specificity of this book consists in the discussion
and application of various methodological approaches. It provides new insights into the
pragmatic phenomena encountered, compares, where possible, the results of the investigation of the two languages, and draws conclusions of a more general nature. The volume will be of interest to linguists working on pragmatics in general and to scholars of Latin and Ancient Greek in particular.

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