Revue Algérienne des Sciences du Langage



The Journal “Revue Algérienne des Sciences Du Langage” (RASDL) is a twice-yearly journal with an international reading committee that offers a digital space for the exchange of work carried out in disciplines relevant to this field of research such as linguistics, sociolinguistics, didactics, discourse analysis (media, literary, scientific, etc.), cognitive psychology, sociology of language, automatic language processing (ALP), translation, translatology, terminology, lexicography, lexicology, onomastics, intercultural studies, etc. The languages of publication are Arabic, French, English. Frequency of publication: Two regular issues per year. Type of journal: Academic. Review policy: Double-blind review. Access: Open access; free of charge. Publication/processing costs : None. NB: The journal no longer accepts submissions by email. All submissions must be made online after registering in the system as an author. All articles submitted for publication are checked by anti-plagiarism software: Compilatio.







From semantics to pragmatics: analysis and interpretation of some adversave connectors according to Ducrot and Anscombre

مصباحي خالد, 

Résumé: Summary Between the potter who shapes his piece with the genius of the skilful movements of his fingers and the researcher who shapes his writing with the genius of the skilful movements of his cognitive operations, the text offers itself more to interpretative complexity. From Ducrot and Anscombre to Moeschler and Reboul, a semantic-pragmatic conception where meaning and interpretation come from semantic immanence is built at the crossroads of approaches aimed at the construction of meaning. We try, in a strongly reductionist approach (discourse is reduced to the statements that compose it) and strongly contextualist (the principles that govern the interpretation of discourses are the same as those that govern the interpretation of statements), to explain how the speaker represented in the statement can become, in the complexity of the speeches, a source of confusion on the part of the reader or the listener in certain argumentative movements. We will explain, for example, the cases where the speaker uses the opinion of a third person to support his own thesis, or when he presents the thought of others in a negative way in order to indicate his disagreement, or again, when he agrees to make a concession to an opposing idea but in reality it is only to refute it with another statement. If we have chosen to work on politic discourse, it is because that politics is the excellent meeting place, the breeding ground for conflicts of opinions in polemical and controversial aspect

Mots clés: interpretation ; adversary ; argumentative orientation ; enunciation