For instance, reconfiguring the classical paradigm of structuralist linguistics from the "postclasical" perspective of cognitive science means focalization becomes less a question of the "regulation of information" than of how readers are deictically
oriented by textual cues that help produce mental models of the world.
This problem was resolved by substituting the expressions 'people here' and 'people in this place', which have the effect of deictically
'localising' the reference.
It seems that Pardee is right in suggesting that hlny is the particle that takes on "locative nuance"; (25) though hi can function deictically
, the locative sense is well attested in Ugaritic letters.
If the spectators were in any doubt about the implicit ambiguity, the actors representing the Negotiators would have deictically
, the wife is suitably repositioned.
Yet, some of the lexical items are used deictically
and provide a correlation between space and time.
When there is no spatio-temporal location and it is impossible to designate a nominal entity deictically
, nominal entities become purely intensional objects that we refer to as propositions.
Immediately after his declaration, Amleth asks the Queen to say nothing about the matter: 'rien informe de cecy', where 'cecy' ('this') deictically
refers to his intention to take revenge.
The anaphora of "ours" asserts a freedom in communal dispossession that deictically
defies "thou," the freeholder who cannot know the delights of letting go.
In the first and second part I will analyse the ways in which, in political rhetoric, the above-mentioned ideological shift was semantically and deictically
reflected in the construction of the figure of "own" and "other" by the authorities.
Ablative" for goal is not restricted to first person; there are also some examples for place where the first person is or for a deictically
closer third person.
Commencing, tellingly, in reiteration of Oliver's opening and deictically
fraught question, "Why, what make you here?