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|Title:||L'enunciazione letteraria secondo Ānandavardhana|
|Publisher:||Padova, Editoriale Programma|
|Abstract:||The paper deals with the concept of literary meaning developed by Ānandavardhana (9th century A.D.) in his monumental book "Dhvanyāloka" (Light on or Doctrine of Dhvani). In literary enunciation, according to him, the most important role of signification is played by a process called vyañjanā ("implicitation") which is quite different from the concept of "implication" as used in logic but very similar to the concept of meaning developed by P. Grice (1975 in 1989) under the term "implicature", although "implication" and "implicature" are operational on two different levels of signification. Implicature is speaker's meaning which is besed on the "shared knowledge" between speaker and hearer, while "implicitation" is a process of signification intended by the writer to communicate an "implicited" meaning which is an open-ended process of signification|
|Appears in Collections:||Annali di Ca' Foscari. Serie orientale|
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