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La question des rapports entre l'Église et l'État dans la rhétorique parlementaire en Bulgarie

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This chapter attempts to reveal the spontaneous ways in which neo-rhetorical ideas are reflected in Bulgarian parliamentary eloquence. It examines how the distorting lens of the debates twists the neo-rhetorical concepts of norm and deviation as well as of discourse ethos. It also examines the sophistic tactics of verbal adaptation to the political situation, the constantly recurring interpretations and play with mirror-repetitions, which reproduce the postmodern themes of the labyrinth and pseudorepresentations. The verbal ritual context at the Bulgarian National Assembly becomes particularly visible through the analysis of the specific patterns of thought and expression.

Keywords: Bulgarian National Assembly; neo-rhetorical concepts



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