10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «UTTERER»
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Communication and Reference
either because the interpreter does not recognize that the utterer intended his
action to be meaningful or because, although he recognizes this intention, he
cannot figure out what the utterance is supposed to mean. In such a case, no act
Semiotics and the Problem of Translation: With Special ...
Both an utterer and an interpreter must be somehow subsumed under the
semiosic act of (human) translation (in its three Jakobsonian guises involving
language, that is symbolic signs). In translation they participate conjointly, if in
First, assume that speaking-falsely holds of u's utterer at k. Then u is true at k.
Since u is the only assertion produced by u's utterer over some period
comprisingk, every assertion produced byu's utterer over any period comprising k
is true at k.
Peirce's Philosophy of Communication: The Rhetorical ...
A fact concerning our quaesitum, which we can know in advance of all study, is
that, because this quaesitum will function as a sort of substitute for an utterer, in
case there be no utterer, or at any rate fulfills nearly the same, but a more
The Essential Peirce: Selected Philosophical Writings ...
When this is the case, there must be a sign without an utterer and a sign without
an interpreter. Indeed, there are two pretty conclusive arguments on these points
that are likely to occur to the reader. But why argue, when signs without utterers ...
Peirce Edition Project, 1998
Legislative Drafting for Democratic Social Change: A Manual ...
Suppose the Auditor said to the Utterer 'Iamunclearastowhat the Symbol (i.e., the
words at issue) refers'.HowmighttheUttererreply? The reply depends upon the
sort of Referent involved. Suppose the Utterer used as a Symbol the English
Ann Willcox Seidman, Robert B. Seidman, Nalin Abeyesekere, 2001
Literary Discourse: A Semiotic-pragmatic Approach to Literature
And even if we know the name and some other data concerning the utterer, as for
instance in the case of Shakespeare, we ascribe most of our knowledge about
him to our reading of his plays and to our knowledge of his times through other ...
Jørgen Dines Johansen, 2002
Aesthetics and the Philosophy of Art: An Introduction
to say that they hear (abstract) music as having a persona or utterer. The idea
that musical pieces are to be heard as uttered does not have the inevitability it
has in the case of poetry.7 So far I have been noting pros and cons of the idea
that we ...
Biosemiotic Research Trends
the object of sign is more characteristic of sign than the utterer itself. The object is
present even in cases with an absent utterer. The interpretation of natural signs,
for instance, proceeds as if there were some omniscient utterer who wants to ...
Aesthetics and Literature
identified with the meaning that a suitably informed receiver would ascribe, as
intended, to 'an idealized, hypothetical [utterer], an [utterer] who can be held
responsible for everything in the [utterance], being aware of all relevant features
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «UTTERER»
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Analysis: Trump Makes a Point About the Unfair Economy
The nation's premier real estate mogul-turned-reality TV star, utterer of the phrase “You're fired” and, for the moment, Republican presidential front-runner, has ... «Valley News, Aug 15»
It's Trumponomics versus the establishment
You shall not crucify Donald Trump upon a cross of economic coherence. America's premier real estate mogul-turned-reality TV star, utterer of the phrase ... «Sydney Morning Herald, Jul 15»
Donald Trump kind of has a point about the unfair economy
America's premier real estate mogul-cum-reality TV star, utterer of the phrase "you're fired," and, for the moment, Republican presidential frontrunner, has risen ... «Washington Post, Jul 15»
EastEnders: who gets arrested for the murder of Lucy Beale?
His daughter Abi, utterer of the famous "things die" line and who scrapped with Lucy on the night she met her end? Or maybe the cops will finally get to nail one ... «Radio Times, Jul 15»
J D Fergusson on modern Scottish painting
At the time, the early 1990s, his remarks were seen as incendiary, even ignorant, and there were calls for their utterer to be removed from his fastness on ... «Herald Scotland, Jul 15»
David Starkey branded 'serial utterer of bile and bilge' for 'offensive …
"He has become little more than a serial utterer of bile and bilge," she added. SNP John Nicholson said David Starkey's comments on his party were offensive to ... «The Independent, Jun 15»
Oculus Touch was the first worthy 'One more thing' since Jobs
"One more thing" remains a magical phrase for technology, even if its most famous utterer, Steve Jobs, is sadly no longer around to beguile us with the last ... «TechRadar, Jun 15»
Strengthening sedition in Malaysia – Amanda Whiting
The intention of the utterer or publisher is irrelevant (Section 3), although there is a defence for innocent possession or publication in section 6. Furthermore ... «The Malaysian Insider, Apr 15»
'Daily Show's' Jon Stewart challenges Fox News to a 'lie-off'
At that point, he played a Vine showcasing 50 alleged lies that have appeared on Fox News, complete with date, quotation and a head shot of the utterer. “Plenty ... «Washington Post, Feb 15»
Preview Modern Seafood Leaves Us Craving More
We were at Preview Modern Seafood in Sugar Land and it was a nasty thing to say, though in all fairness, its utterer was moved not by imperious standards of ... «Houstonia Magazine, Feb 15»