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Production et compréhension de l’implicite dans le discours. Une analyse de la communication intentionnelle

Abstract : The emergence of pragmatic, the consideration that language is action and not just a means of knowledge or representation, raises the issue of the link between semantic and pragmatic dimensions of language. In this project, we focus on the implicit that can exist in verbal communication. We ask the question of the delimitation of "what is said" and "what is communicated", between code and inference models of verbal communication. Our questioning involves understanding the mechanisms of production and comprehension those of the implicit in speech. We study successively the works of Grice (Chapter 1) and Sperber and Wilson (Chapter 2), which are seminal works on the issue of communication. The study of Grice allows us to lay the conceptual foundation on which rest Sperber and Wilson’s work. These last authors, by supporting their analysis of communication on a broader theory of human cognition based on the psychological concept of relevance, open up for us research perspectives that we will develop in the full dissertation. These perspectives relate to both the study of psychological theories that can support the philosophical study of communication and the prospect of empirically test the implications of the theory of relevance.
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Nicolas Galy. Production et compréhension de l’implicite dans le discours. Une analyse de la communication intentionnelle . Philosophie. 2015. ⟨dumas-01266805⟩

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