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L'ANALYSE DES DISCOURS CONSTITUANTS
Dominique Maingueneau and Frédéric Cossutta
No. 117, Les analyses du discours en France (MARS 95), pp. 112-125
Published by: Armand Colin
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/23906733
Page Count: 14
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This article presents a type of discourse analysis suitable for discourses « constituent » (religious, philosophical, scientific, for example), whose function is to warrant the multiple verbal productions in a society. It is assumed that the remarkable status they have as founding discourses gives them common properties. This assumption is exemplified with religious and philosophical texts from the XVII th century.
Langages © 1995 Armand Colin