Telling how texts talk : from readings of Wittgenstein, Schutz, ethnomethodology and the sociology of literature to the analysis of readings
Considering the possibility of its employment in the production of a linguistic sociology of literature, an argument for the theory of 'meaning as-use' (associated with the later Wittgenstein) is presented in Part One by contrasting it with the theory o 'meaning-as-object-referred-to'(associated with the early Wittgenstein) and the theory of 'meaning-as-mental-process' (associated with Alfred Schutz). Part Two examines the ways in which ethnomethodology has already taken up the...[Show more]
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