nondiscursive

nondiscursive

(ˌnɒndɪˈskɜːsɪv)
adj
not discursive
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2) In Guattari's terms affect is a nondiscursive sensation that is generated by an environment; affect thus moves through human bodies without being mediated by cognition and thinking (Guattari, 1996).
The essay concludes this contribution by suggesting some reasons--of a theological nature--why Aquinas would have been drawn toward a nondiscursive or intuitive notion of contemplation.
The symbolic function "encompasses everything to do with communicative discourse, especially utterances with propositional content which say something (to someone)", while the semiotic function is "the nondiscursive aspect of meaning and subjectivity" and is responsible for "the less visible role of tone, gesture, and rhythm" (Beardsworth 25).
Packer (2010) argues that the archive refers to a wide-ranging set of discursive and nondiscursive practices that include positioning, grammars of architecture, diagrams, and codifications organizing the collection.
189), Ommen (2003), and Palczewski's 2001 keynote at the NCA/AFA Argumentation Conference, which detailed situations in which nondiscursive visuals function not only as part of an argument, but as the entirety of an argument, as a response to an argument, or as part of the process of arguing.
And the deeper I delve into questions of Filipino heritage, the more I am convinced that it is in the nonverbal, nondiscursive forms of art and culture (traditional dance, music, food, and crafts) that we can find commonality with our Asian neighbors, where we can experience the "oriental" in us, that part of our soul so often drowned out by the Westernization of daily life.
Language serves only the interest of descriptive science, although its logic is also important for mathematics, while whatever stands outside the exact recursion established by the general form of proposition, including things of the greatest value or importance in our lives, is nondiscursive, in many instances concerning things like value and logical, pictorial and representational form transcend linguistic expression, implying that our thoughts about them are inherently ineffable.
Rather, beauty's silence is that of the form of beings in their unmediated, nondiscursive reality.
Her goal is to describe the discursive and nondiscursive practices at stake in its circulation.
And additionally, in a footnote: 'Ibagiya would have operated, in terms of its structure, location, and discourse, in a similar way to the panopticon described by Foucault (1979), (8) which "ideally", produced subjectivity, through the control of discourse and nondiscursive space.
5) When pressed on what the notion of apparatus means in his work, Foucault stresses that he has in mind both discursive and nondiscursive elements.
9) But Masonic lodge activity also included a range of nondiscursive performative operations.