1887
Volume 10, Issue 3
  • ISSN 0302-5160
  • E-ISSN: 1569-9781
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Abstract

SUMMARYIn the Prague School, and particularly in its most illustrious representative, Roman Jakobson, two discrete yet somewhat convergent themes of linguistic speculation appear to have come together. First, the notion that word order is a crucial testing ground for observation of the structures of thought and language. Second, the borrowing of rhetorical figures to explain contrasting modes of expression on the mental, linguistic, as well as stylistic-poetic levels. Both themes ultimately derive from traditional speculation on style and language in a characteristic and exemplary process of joining rhetoric and grammar.RESUMÉDans l'école de Prague, et particuliérement chez son plus illustre rep-résentant, Roman Jakobson, deux courants de la speculation linguistique, bien distincts et toutefois historiquement convergeants, semblent se réunir. D'abord, la notion que l'ordre des mots est un terrain d'essai décisif pour l'analyse des structures de la pensée et de la langue. Deuxiémement, l'em-prunt de figures rhétoriques pour expliquer des modalités contrastives de l'ex-pression, aux niveaux soit mental et linguistique, soit stylistique-poétique. Les deux thémes dérivent, en derniére instance, de la speculation tradition-nelle sur le style et la langue, par un processus de fusion de grammaire et rhétorique.
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1983-01-01
2019-10-13
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