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to produce or make (speech sounds)

to declare by way of a systematic statement

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Lastly, the place of the subject directs analysis to two differing subjects: the enunciatory and the enunciated.
Against the grain of Levinas's, Bakhtin's, Mandel'shtam's, and Celan's insistence on enunciatory and ethical singularity," Eskin claims finally, it appears to be possible.
The notion of third culture informs us that when reading diaspora poetry, we can no longer continue to think of place as confined to geopolitical boundaries, and we must re-imagine place as a dynamic body of trans-local interelationships, where the enunciatory overlay of differential cultural passages contests singular teleology by, admitting foreignness of languages, alienated memories and marginal experiences.
In this wavering encounter, how should we judge, if it is the case that we are limited in our respective enunciatory processes by our history and geography?
The enunciatory moment of multiple belief is both a defence against the anxiety of difference, and itself productive of differentiations.
Go Piet"; "Thank you Otto") in the enunciatory registers of sports fans rooting for their team or star.
In order to denounce the act of colonization Bhabha attempts to articulate an enunciatory disorder with an ambivalent signification.
The compounding of narrative levels in the tale thus serves a dual function: it calls the reader's attention to the illocutionary circumstances of narration and undermines the enunciatory specificity of each act of narration.
In Godard's work, texts speak to other texts from a multiplicity of enunciatory spaces.
The attribution of this passage to Freud's Voice in the Benmussa version totally effaces the amusedly tolerant, if slightly disdainful, effect of the external enunciatory position.
In Bhabha's formulation, this understanding of culture as "an enactive, enunciatory site," rather than as an epistemological object, "opens up possibilities for other 'times' of cultural meaning (retroactive, prefigurative) and other narrative spaces (fantasmic, metaphorical)" (178).
10) By maintaining its speech/writing ambiguity, Dante's poem, like the Logos, might retain both its trans-temporality as a textual work and the singular actuality of an enunciatory event.
History writing itself, he observes, "seen as a mode of utterance, or enunciatory performance" is then revealed
like the sprawling irreducibility of the fiction he has ostensibly authored [constituting Ihimaera's The Matriarch], may [suggest] features of a postcolonial and post-patriarchal discursive performative that eludes the dualities of mastery and subjection, through the continual mobility of a third-person enunciatory position spiralling towards an encircling inclusivity.
This democratic and dialogic enunciatory position establishes a new power balance between the author and the reader, and allows the text to triumph.