In this paper I propose to discuss how the research mechanisms are generated and how theoretical models can be related among themselves. The centrality of this discussion focuses mainly on enunciation as a relevant strand for the study of language semantics. In this way, it aims to contribute to the definition of an epistemological frontier in the analysis of languages, also triggering a theoretical frontier, especially in the different ways of integrating the domain of semantics into the grammatical description. From the rereading of three texts on 'enunciation', I will try to discuss if the boundaries and limits that characterize each of these texts do not end up being interconnected, constituting a continuum based on the images generated in a mise en abyme. To exemplify this hypothesis, I will focus on the proposals made by Benveniste 1970 and Culioli 1993 on temporality.
|Place of Publication||Lisbon|
|Publisher||NOVA FCSH - CLUNL|
|Number of pages||7|
|Publication status||Published - 2017|
|Volume||Comente o Seguinte Texto / Org.: M. T. Brocardo e C. N. Correia|
- theoretical model