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Kompetenz – Funktion – Variation / Competencia – Función – Variación

Linguistica Coseriana V

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Gerda Haßler and Thomas Stehl

Dieser Band enthält Beiträge der V. Internationalen Tagung zur Linguistica Coseriana. 26 Autoren behandeln theoretische Aspekte des Werks Coserius, seine Stellung in der Geschichte und Gegenwart der Sprachtheorien, sprachliche Kompetenz, Kreativität und Fixierung, Funktionen im Text und im Diskurs sowie Variation von Sprachen. Die Beiträge geben theoretisch orientierte Antworten auf einige von Coseriu aufgeworfene Fragen, sie sind empirisch fundiert und beinhalten auch historiographische Überlegungen. Dabei geht es nicht um eine Exegese der Texte Coserius, sondern um produktive Weiterentwicklungen einer kompetenzorientierten, funktionalen und auf sprachliche Variation bezogenen Linguistik.

Este volumen contiene contribuciones a la V. Conferencia Internacional sobre Linguistica Coseriana. 26 Autores tratan aspectos teóricos de la obra de Coseriu, su postura con respecto a la historia y presente de las teorías del lenguaje, competencia lingüística, creatividad y fijación, funciones en el texto y discurso, así como la variación de lenguas. Las contribuciones ofrecen respuestas teóricas sobre algunos planteamientos de Coseriu, están fundamentadas empíricamente y contienen también reflexiones historiográficas. No se trata de una exégesis de los textos de Coseriu, sino de desarrollos productivos de una lingüística funcional orientada a la competencia lingüística y que tiene en cuenta a la variación lingüística.

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Coseriu oltre Coseriu. Andare con Coseriu al di là dello strutturalismo (Frank Jablonka)

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Frank Jablonka

(Université de Picardie Jules Verne, Amiens & Universität Wien)

Coseriu oltre Coseriu. Andare con Coseriu al di là dello strutturalismo

Abstract: If structuralism has imposed himself as the dominant paradigm in Romance and general linguistics during the 20th century, Coseriu himself proposed to “go beyond” structuralism. This theoretical turn has become fruitful in empirical research on language contact: it is no more possible to conceptualize vertical contact dynamics (like those between standard language and dialect) in a merely structuralist framework. The integration of a “linguistics of parole” turned out to be necessary in order to “go beyond” structuralism in the analysis of the emergence of interlects as “functional languages” in Coseriu’s sense. In spite of this epistemological evolution, functionally orientated variational linguistics remains confined to the structuralist paradigm. For variationist research on language contacts on geographically defined fields, the loyalty to structuralism seems undoubtedly legitimate. On the other hand, Coserian structuralism turns out to be problematic if we consider the evolution of the notion of ‘field’ itself in contact linguistics. If we open contact linguistics to the field of the media, the classical concept of ‘structure’ appropriated to classical fields is no longer useful in the same sense as before. In order to conceptualize dynamics in media communication, we need theoretical approaches that “go beyond” structuralism, such as “French Theory” deconstructionism (Derrida) and the theory of social systems (Luhmann), i.e. poststructuralist approaches. In this perspective, we outline a...

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