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Die Stellung Der Sprechakttheorie in Hebraistik Und Exegese

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In the second half of the 20th century, broke in the study of language and literature, among other things, triggered by Ludwig Wittgenstein, John L. Austin and John R. Searle, a new direction train: the 'pragmatics'. At this major research direction is one of the speech act or speech act theory. The main idea of speech is very simple in spirit. The novelty of the speech act theory and pragmatics is the concentration that is focused on aspects of the transaction, which came in too late in pragmatic language interpretation. The recent theory of speech no longer asks what actions are performed and which are not. The speech act has its greatest strength in the field of small, manageable expressions. Here one can make an essential contribution to the understanding of linguistic processes. The original context of the chapter is in French.

Keywords: linguistic processes; Ludwig Wittgenstein; pragmatics; speech act theory

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