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Quand les exemples embrayés rencontrent la linguistique galiléenne

Abstract : Galilean linguistics (Chomsky, 1964 ; Milner, 1989) makes of the decontextualization of the utterance (Auroux, 1998) the condition of the validity of the example in grammars. On the contrary, other models in linguistics choose to analyze without decontextualizating it any natural data that can be observed (Damourette & Pichon, 1930-1950). We show that Ruwet (1972), though belonging to the generativist paradigm, constructs examples that are highly contextualized, and consequently out the boundaries of the Galilean ideal.
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Valelia Muni Toke, Benoît Habert. Quand les exemples embrayés rencontrent la linguistique galiléenne. Bernard Colombat, Jean-Marie Fournier, Valérie Raby. Vers une histoire générale de la grammaire française. Matériaux et perspectives , Honoré Champion, pp.275-290, 2012, 9782745324306. ⟨ird-01111973⟩



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