perlocution


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perlocution

(ˌpɜːlɒˈkjuːʃən)
n
(Linguistics) philosophy the effect that someone has by uttering certain words, such as frightening a person. Also called: perlocutionary act Compare illocution
[C16 (in the obsolete sense: the action of speaking): from Medieval or New Latin perlocūtiō; see per-, locution]
ˌperloˈcutionary adj
Translations
Perlokution
perlocutie
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Austin's Speech Act Theory is very effective as it divides a speech event into intention (illocution), speaking (locution) and its effect on the listener (perlocution) but it does not seem to establish a clear relationship between locution, illocution, and perlocution.
The perlocution is causing someone to hand the container of salt over or "pass it" (Searle 1969, 53).
Its meaning- potential is, nevertheless, undermined in face of an infelicitous perlocution.
As Vanhoozer (2002) looks to the Trinitarian formulation offilioque to suggest a parallel hermeneutical consideration for the speech-act movement from illocution to perlocution, so it may be helpful to propose that interdisciplinary conversation "proceeds" from two interdisciplinary partners to a third space, which itself can be considered a part of the interdisciplinary process (p.
Kurzon, Dennis (1998) "The Speech Act of Incitement: Perlocution Revisited.
As if trying to create a sort of advertising messianism, the three dimensions of the discourse--locution (connected to the linguistic component), illocution and perlocution (that regard the effects of this type of discourse) (88)--are combined in the advertisement "Japan: Fascinating Diversity".
Maybe that is the reason that the perlocution of the speech brings on completely contrasting results.
Hale (1996: 63) anade que los componentes de illocution y perlocution en un entorno empresarial pueden variar dependiendo del entorno socio-cultural en el que estos se desarrollen, pudiendo causar mal entendidos, situaciones incomodas o perdida de negocio si no se conocen las costumbres y expectativas culturales de los interlocutores.
It is likely indeed that all of this holds for genetics; access to entities like perlocution seems to demand knowledge of oneself as the object of another's wishes, and therefore consciousness, and is not relevant to genetics.
We can illustrate the distinction between illocution and perlocution by looking at the difference between warning and convincing.
However, if we return to speech act theory's forgotten claim that all utterances have locutionary, illocutionary and perlocutionary elements, then it is possible for perlocution to precede illocution.
77) The image-hinge can therefore be explicitly imperatival and other-directed, pointing to its own perlocution or effective change of receptive context, while by itself it is an instance of illocution--an act, so to speak, in saying that aims to be an act by saying (a refinement on the discussion in [section] 2).