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The Aesthetics of Communication : Pragmatics and Beyond

Author: Herman Parret
Publisher: Dordrecht : Springer Netherlands, 1993.
Series: Library of rhetorics, 2.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The dominant paradigm in the sciences of language conceives the subject-in-community as a truth-sayer, a communicator, and a player-economist. The major ontology of the human community reconstructs being-together as a system of interactions and transactions subject to the rules of economic rationality and, as a consequence, the community as source and target of finite strategical games. The primordial value then is  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Herman Parret
ISBN: 9789401117739 940111773X
OCLC Number: 851383793
Description: 1 online resource (viii, 174 pages).
Contents: Aestheticizing Pragmatics --
The Gamut of Pragmatics --
Homo Economicus and Homo Sociologicus --
Antilope, Albertine and Penelope: Three Little Ontologies --
Modus Logicus and Modus Aestheticus --
1 Strategic Rationality --
1. Philia and Ens --
2. Calculus and Manipulation --
3. The Art of War or Kriegskunst --
4. Games of Society and Games of Culture --
2 Time, That Great Sculptor --
1. Saying Time --
2. Sensing Time --
3. Remembering Time --
4. Epilogue: Suffering Time --
3 Abductive Understanding --
1. Intuition --
2. Presumption --
3. Habit --
4. Sensibility --
4 Reasonable Pathos --
Prolegomena: The Discursive Economy of Pathos --
2. The Logic of Sentiments --
3. The Reasons of Passion --
4. The Reasons for Desiring Passion --
5 The Sublime and the Ambiance of Seduction --
1. Hypostasis and Critique of the Sublime --
2. The Schema of Aesthetic Values --
3. The (Sublime) Ambiance of Seduction --
6 The Attitude of Good Taste --
1. Understanding the Acceptable --
2. Desiring the Obligatory --
3. The Royal Way --
7 Communicating Through Aisthesis --
1. The Pursuit and Crisis of Foundations --
2. The Argumentative and Communicative Community --
3. The Affective Community --
4. Socializing the Sensible, Sensibilizing the Social.
Series Title: Library of rhetorics, 2.
Responsibility: by Herman Parret.

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AESTHETICIZING PRAGMATICS The Gamut of Pragmatics Pragmatics emerged among the sciences of language at the end of the 1960's in reaction to certain totalizing models in linguistics: structuralism  Read more...

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