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René Lemieux

Dans mon dernier billet, je commentais l’usage que fait Ianik Marcil d’un passage tiré de Friedrich Nietzsche.

René Lemieux

L’économiste Ianik Marcil a récemment publié le livre Les passagers clandestins : métaphores et trompe-l’œil de l’économie, dans lequel il propose une étude des métaphores à partir de son champ d’étude, l’économie.

Philippe Lynes

The thesis of the seventh chapter of John Sinclair’s Trust the Text (2004) is difficult, as it highlights the necessity of refraining from taking a stance on an emotionally charged problem (neoliberalism, for our purposes) in order to describe how language makes its meaning.

Philippe Lynes

Norman Fairclough, it seems, might follow Bourdieu in suggesting that a critical awareness of language, or CLA, can serve to challenge the dominant discourses of global capitalism.

Philippe Lynes

I want to flesh out certain descriptive and normative, theoretical and practical, ontological and ethical aporetics in the concept of flexibility in financial discourse through the work of Pierre Bourdieu.

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