[b-hebrew] 998 non-past wyyqtls

Sameer Yadav sameer_yadav2 at yahoo.com
Tue Nov 30 12:53:49 EST 2004


Hi Peter,

I am following the current thread with interest. I
havent read Gutt -- does this treatment differ from
the application of RT found in Sperber and Wilson?

- Sameer

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On 30/11/2004 17:00, Dave Washburn wrote:

> ...
>
>Hi Peter,
>I dont claim that meaning is encoded in a form, in
fact that was my 
>question, and that was why I brought in the citations
from other 
>grammarians who do in fact make such a claim. Im not
sure where I 
>stand on this question, which is why Im so interested
to hear Bryan 
>expand on his comments. That said, Ill be happy to
look at your 
>paper, and I hope well be able to interact about it
some when I get 
>done. Can you suggest one (fairly easily obtainable!)
introductory 
>work on Relevance Theory that I can examine in
addition?
>
> 
>
Thanks for the clarification.

I would recommend that you look at: E-A. Gutt,
Translation and
Relevance: Cognition and Context, 2nd edition, St.
Jerome, Manchester 2000. This starts with a clear
introduction to the theory as a whole, partly in the
context of biblical texts. I disagree with how Gutt
has applied it to translation, but that is the thrust
of my paper.

--
Peter Kirk
peter at qaya.org (personal)
peterkirk at qaya.org (work)
http://www.qaya.org/


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