In Institutiones, XVII (De Constructione), devoted to the syntax, the distinction between the field of demonstratio ad oculos and that of demonstratio ad intellectum is mentioned. The Greek model for Priscian is the passage from the Syntax in which Apollonius exposes the difference between the forms of deixis of sight (δείξεις τῆς ὄψεως) and the forms of deixis of thought, intellect, or spirit (δείξεις τοῦ νοῦ) that a part of contemporary linguistics has wanted, not without reason, to bring closer to the anaphora. The integrated study of the two texts, enriched by those of the commentators, seems to show, on the contrary, that the process of deixis-demonstratio is always the same, moving towards the reality of extra-linguistic objects, both real and imagined.

Le domaine de la deixis entre les yeux et l’esprit.

merlin stella
2021

Abstract

In Institutiones, XVII (De Constructione), devoted to the syntax, the distinction between the field of demonstratio ad oculos and that of demonstratio ad intellectum is mentioned. The Greek model for Priscian is the passage from the Syntax in which Apollonius exposes the difference between the forms of deixis of sight (δείξεις τῆς ὄψεως) and the forms of deixis of thought, intellect, or spirit (δείξεις τοῦ νοῦ) that a part of contemporary linguistics has wanted, not without reason, to bring closer to the anaphora. The integrated study of the two texts, enriched by those of the commentators, seems to show, on the contrary, that the process of deixis-demonstratio is always the same, moving towards the reality of extra-linguistic objects, both real and imagined.
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deixis, demonstratio ad oculos, demonstratio ad intellectum, third person pronouns
deixis, demonstratio ad oculos, demonstratio ad intellectum, pronoms de troisième personne
Dans le livre XVII des Institutiones consacré à la construction Priscien évoque la distinction entre le domaine de la demonstratio ad oculos et celui de la demonstratio ad intellectum. Le modèle grec est le passage de la Syntaxe dans lequel Apollonius expose la différence entre les formes de deixis de la vue (δείξεις τῆς ὄψεως) et les formes de deixis de la pensée, de l’intellect, ou de l’esprit (δείξεις τοῦ νοῦ) qu’une partie de la linguis- tique contemporaine a voulu, non sans raison, rapprocher de l’anaphore. L’étude intégrée des deux textes, enrichis par ceux des commentateurs, semble bien montrer, au contraire, que le processus de deixis-demonstratio est toujours le même, se dirigeant vers la réalité des objets extra-linguis- tiques, tant réels qu’imaginés.
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