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L'étonnement chez Antoine Culioli, "linguiste philosophe"

Abstract : First, a connection is made between what is called “philosophical thaumazein” (astonishment/wonder) and Antoine Culioli’s various reads in philosophy. Then, the emphasis is laid on the claim that as “linguist and philosopher” (Ducard in Culioli 2018: 255, “un linguiste philosophe”) Antoine Culioli put into practice what can be called linguistic astonishment. The following case study deals with the language of astonishment, both lexically and syntactically – in particular with exclamative and interrogative constructions which convey the disqualification of the co-speaker as a subject worthy of stating his/her notional representations in dialogues.
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Catherine Filippi-Deswelle. L'étonnement chez Antoine Culioli, "linguiste philosophe". Anglophonia, French Journal of English Studies, Presse universitaires du Mirail, 2021, Contribution d'A. Culioli à la linguistique anglaise : 1960-2022 / A. Culioli's Contribution to English Linguistics: 1960-2022, 31|2021, ⟨10.4000/anglophonia.4216⟩. ⟨hal-03581551⟩

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