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to declare by way of a systematic statement

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Some theoreticians have consistently and relatively successfully introduced the distinction between the subject of the enunciation and the subject of the enounced (similar to Bakhtin's distinction between author and hero) into poetry primarily on the basis of Benveniste (Karlheinz Stierle, in the 1970s) and a combination of Benveniste and Lacan (Antony Easthope, in the 1980s).
the emplacement of the term enounced in the user's query
Putnam's Sons 1899) ("[T]o consider the will of the society enounced by the majority of a single vote, as sacred as if unanimous, is the first of all lessons of importance.
The National Foundation for Fighting Human Trafficking enounced the crime against Nusaiba, saying the crime is a deviation from human values and an abandonment of all ethics and feelings.
The texts are performed, narrated, studied, and enounced (ritual enunciation.
The Coordination of the School Feeding Program" of the Educative Zone No 14 is a case that allows the observation of the tendency and which was the object of study and in the process were enounced bases and norms to rule the present financial-budgetary model.
Hence we have appealed strongly to the imagination to create an array of clerks who must be anything but dummies, and we have reasoned out everything from the principles enounced.
This allows him to move from Jakobsonian "shifters" to an opposition between "the subject of the enunciation" and the "subject of the enounced.
The French mathematician Poincare enounced the three-bodies problem concerning the dynamics of the interactions of three celestial bodies and proved that no precise solution could be calculated if no arbitrary simplification was introduced (1892-99).
Realist novels thus bury this metaphoric equation (between enunciating and enounced subjects) beneath a presumed identity upon which they can predicate metonymic chains.
Thus, the conclusions can be inferred by each of us, and the last enounced, is, maybe, the most serious.
The 'I' is a shifter; through it, the enounced articulates itself on the enunciation situation.
In his proposal made on the 8th of pluviose year II (27 January 1794), he enounced before the National Convention that "it is impossible to destroy federalism which is based on not communicating thoughts".
The best ratings were saved from both results and enounced with cm numbers in parts drawn on measure table.
Shortly after the IRNA report, IRNA carried an interview with Mottaki in which the foreign minister enounced "foreign" news reports for saying he had met with American members of Congress.