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to produce or make (speech sounds)

to declare by way of a systematic statement

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Second-person fiction particularly lends itself to such rigorous and radical deconstructions and therefore helps to question the narratological necessity or primariness of categories like story and discourse, the narrator figure, the system of interlocking narrative and communicatory levels, and the basic (realistic) presupposition that enunciators and characters exist (physically) on some level of the fictional world.
My assumption is that when the negative statement occurs within a right dislocated construction involving pronominal repetition, that is to say Je ne sais pas moi (I don't know, me), the speaker distances himself from the enunciator who says Je sais moi (I know, me).
Such procedure (i) marks the socio-historical and ideological determination of discourses; (ii) gives semantic coherence to the thematic-figurative discourses; (iii) takes part in the strategies of argumentative persuasion in the thematic discourses," (iv) turns abstract themes into concrete ones and create effects of reality; (v) shapes the body of discourse and relations between the enunciator and the enunciatee; (vi) contributes to the production of originality effects and aesthetic creativity to provide aesthetic pleasure to the receiver and the possibility for both the enunciator and the enunciatee to share moments of perfection.
ABSTRACT: In this paper I assume that the enunciatee is as much of a producer of the discourse as the enunciator, since the latter produces a text according to an image of the former.
Bakhtin (1986) postulates that the impossibility of printing the personal style obscures the view of its enunciator, because style is the element that best explains its enunciator and it is fundamentally connected to the theme, since style is inseparable from thematic units.
A contradiction is performative when it occurs not between enunciations but between the enunciation and the enunciator.
The analyst has the role of looking for the discursive marks used by the enunciator, the images constructed and sustained in the text, manifested in linguistic materiality, which point to what one wishes to find: a) the main aspects of lexical analysis; b) the main themes and figures (explicit or implicit) in the discourses, c) the main semantic paths structured from the themes and figures; d) the main interdiscursive and intradiscursive aspects; and e) the main aspects of the discursive syntax.
The Moor's Last Sigh consequently excludes the recognition of any kind of universalism: any universalist assertion supposes a stable enunciator.
2) "Para mas informacion sobre el concepto de colonialidad, ver la notoria explicacion que ofrece Walter Mignolo: a diferencia del colonialismo, "'[c]oloniality' is instead a logical matrix, an epistemic mechanism to classify people around the planet and to rank them in relation to the invisible matrix provided by the enunciator that naturalizes hierarchies and justifies domination.
Tenders are invited for the work of this single-bid project will replace obsolete fire alarm systems (smoke, and heat detectors, pull stations, alarms, enunciator panels, fire smoke dampers, and the installation of co2 detectors) in the biomedical education building (beb), which is a 4-story 24/7 science building that contains labs, classrooms, office space, gross anatomy labs, animal labs, and surgical suites.
On doubtful grounds, Hamlet proceeds to an investigation consisting in a fictional reenactment of the crime, which would demonstrate not only the truth of the enunciation (the murder) but that of the enunciator (the ghost) as well.
Results reveal that the sambamusic not only comprises specific composition structure but forms a genre in and by discourse since it mobilizes several scenographies in its enunciation: the founding deixis, with the enunciator trying to validate the carnival scene.
At first, I am going to introduce Cantu and the genre of autoethnobiography within which she has chosen to inscribe her text, paying special attention to the ways in which "truth" in the singular is relativized once the enunciator becomes geopolitically located in a cultural borderland.
The victory led to all sorts of 'suggestions' and 'proposals relating from the elevation of the Bhagwad Gita to a level never imagined by its enunciator on the battlefield of Kurukshetra to the declaration that India is a 'Hindu' country.