RÊVES, VISIONS ET APPARITIONS DANS LES RÉCITS HAGIOGRAPHIQUES DE LANGUE FRANÇAISE : ÉTUDE LEXICALE ET DISCURSIVE

Posted On Dec 11 2017 by

The article focuses on a discursive analysis of the hagiographic texts written in French. It investigates the lexical relation among four terms : dream, vision, dream apparition, and relics discovery. It purports to offer a semantic and lexical analysis of these terms, the lexical phrases belonging to the same word family, as well as the discursive consequences their use has on the text structure of this specific literary genre, i.e. hagiographic text.


(Română) IMAGINAIRE(S) DU CORPS DANS LE MONACHISME ORTHODOXE

Posted On Nov 10 2015 by

In this paper, we aim to analyse the discursive marks of some collective imaginations that function with respect to the body, its role, its efforts and its asceticism within Orthodox monasticism. We will refer especially to a book of monastic spirituality written by archimandrite Placide Deseille, entitled Le monachisme orthodoxe (Deseille, 2013); we will try to analyze the lexicon that explains the (discursive) construction and the functioning of a “normative” collective imagination concerning the body, “prescribed” very discreetly by the Fathers of the Church and some monastic authors that wrote about the significance and the role of bodily asceticism in …