Catherine Moreau


Université de Bordeaux 3 TELANCO (JE2385) ; catherine.moreau@u-bordeaux3.fr

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Cycnos | Volume 21 n°1

Identification et validation fictive

Le concept d’identification est envisagé à travers la construction du domaine fictif, à la fois dissocié et identifié au repère origine. Une prise en compte de différentes formes en contexte met en évidence des phénomènes tels que synchronisme, projection d’une image, simulation, ajustement, inclusion, congruence et similitude, qui participent à une acception plus large de l’identification comme une conformité entre des éléments qui sont à la base en relation de rupture ou d’altérité. This paper is an attempt at defining the concept of identification through the construction of a fictive domain, both disconnected from its referential point and sharing similarities with it. A survey of various forms in context is proposed, focusing on phenomena such as synchronism, projection of an image, simulation, adjustment, inclusion, congruence and similitude. Such phenomena are part of a wider acceptation of identification as congruence between elements that are basically disconnected or stand in a complementary relationship.

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Cycnos | Volume 23 n°1

Altérité et valuation dans les emplois absolus de enough et too

This paper sets out to characterize the qualitative values of enough and too when used in elliptic constructions in which the referential norm is not realised. It is shown that enough may take two values. It is negatively oriented when any progress towards the zone of excess on the gradual scale is blocked (I’ve had enough of it); it is positively oriented when such a zone is not taken into account, thus opening the access to the associated notion, may it be gradable or not (she’s happy enough; your word is enough). Also considered is the use of too that takes a value of high degree in the associated notion (too kind of you). This investigation accounts for corresponding zones of valuation between the semantic scale of degrees and the gradient of the associated notion.

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