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Jean-Jacques Lecercle is Professor of English at the University of Paris at Nanterre. He has published widely in the fields of philosophy of language and literary theory, and is the author of The Violence of Language, Philosophy of Nonsense, Interpretations of Pragmatics and Deleuze and Language/5.
Book Description. First published inthis book argues that any theory of language constructs its ‘object’ by separating ‘relevant’ from ‘irrelevant’ phenomena — excluding the latter.
This leaves a ‘remainder’ which consists of the untidy, creative part of how language is. mutual violence, where both parents are equally at fault” (Jess Hill, Daily Life). This is an example of our mutual language directly affecting perceptions of domestic violence, and therefore how victims and offenders are treated.
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I have slowly begun to realise that this is putting the cart before the horse. Instead we have to take a much more important and simple first step: [ ]. The book focuses on the "loaded" language of conflict, with many of the entries demonstrating the function of given terms as euphemisms, propaganda, or circumlocutions.
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We can begin this discussion of violence from the normative perspective that views a violence. Discipline and Debate: The Language of Violence in a Tibetan Buddhist Monastery Paperback – Ap by Michael Lempert (Author) › Visit Amazon's Michael Lempert Page.
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Year: The Language of Abuse provides the first comprehensive examination of marital violence in later medieval England. Drawing from a wide variety of legal and literary sources, this book develops a nuanced perspective of the acceptability of marital violence at a time when social expectations of gender and marriage were in transition.
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The Violence of Language In recent years, notably in the post-Cold War era, the phenomenon of violence has come to the fore again with a renewed force, eliciting a wealth of publications and analytical models that have sought to come to grips with its troubling geopolitical dimensions and.
And language – yes, language – plays a key role in the history and culture of American violence. The freedom of speech, protected in the United States under the First Amendment, is undeniably a national treasure and a source of American pride. The Little Black Book of Violence will arm you with the knowledge and good sense to make informed choices in hazardous situations.
While some yahoo spewing insults about your favorite sports team is worlds apart from a drug-crazed lunatic lunging at you with a sharp knife in his hands and bloodlust in his eyes, there is a large gray area in between these two extremes where hard and fast rules Reviews: This volume includes selected papers from the 20th Southeast Conference on Foreign Languages, Literatures and Film, held on Marchat Stetson University in DeLand, Florida.
It represents a cross section of current approaches to questions of violence and trauma; identity subjectivity and the national; race and gender; and teaching in foreign languages, literatures and film. Review: This book is a definite page turner and quite entertaining.
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The author vividly describes the hell that women go through in an attempt to find love. On Violence and Language in "The Book of Eli" by Angela Walker Denzel Washington, one of Hollywood's most successful and highly respected figures, stars in The Book of Eli, the story of a man of faith on a mission to protect the last copy of the Bible.
Violence and Creation. Although the term ḥāmas is a logical starting point for a study of. We cannot separate violence in fiction from violence in the world no matter how hard we try.
As Laura Tanner notes in her book Intimate Violence, “the act of reading a representation of violence is defined by the reader’s suspension between the semiotic and the real, between a representation and the material dynamics of violence which it.
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Routledge, - Language and languages - pages. The psychology of violence explores not only the nature of violence, its types and most typical representatives, but also its roots and causes.
Psychologists study the reasons and circumstances that make an individual become violent, but also identify patterns and trends that are typical for certain type of violent individuals.
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This pathbreaking study traces the career of the modern liberal subject in the Tibetan diaspora in. The Better Angels of Our Nature: Why Violence Has Declined is a book by Steven Pinker, in which the author argues that violence in the world has declined both in the long run and in the short run and suggests explanations as to why this has occurred.
The book uses data simply documenting declining violence across time and geography. This paints a picture of massive declines in violence of. The remainder, the dictionary, and the encyclopedia; 4 Metaphor; Hints about metaphor Metaphor and the remainder Two poems The effect of metaphor Metaphor and sense; 5 Corruption; Corruption Etymology Linguistic conjuncture Linguistic intervention Corruption revisited: Russell Hoban's Riddley Walker Flowers; 6 The Violence of Language; The non.
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Includes some excellent chapters on symbolic domination/power/violence and also the most explicit explanation of Bourdieu's 'market' analogy that I've seen so far/5(18).Pinker's The Language Instinct was the first of several books to combine cognitive science with behavioral genetics and evolutionary introduces the science of language and popularizes Noam Chomsky's theory that language is an innate faculty of mind, with the controversial twist that the faculty for language evolved by natural selection as an adaptation for communication.