Une énonciation sans communication : les tatouages scripturaux

Abstract : Scriptural tattoos let us think that the human body is a support for discourse production in the traditional way of indexical communication, meaning the existence of two speakers, a linguistic form and its interpretation. In fact, tattooed enunciation is a very peculiar one and proposes [allows] strong arguments to claim the noncommunicative enunciation thesis : speakers are disconnected and even absent from interaction ; they are also most of the time anonymous ; texts are sometimes hidden and therefore set unspeakable sentences up. Consequently the standard enunciation theory must be revisited and one has to propound other hypothesis as biosubjectivity and bioreferentialism.
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Marie-Anne Paveau. Une énonciation sans communication : les tatouages scripturaux. Itinéraires. Littérature, textes, cultures, Pléiade (EA 7338), 2009, pp.81-105. ⟨hal-00516246⟩

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