Un habitat collectif pour la langue : écolinguistique, codification et aménagement linguistique

Abstract : The juxtaposition of habitat, a product of architecture, and speech, a product of language, enables us to envisage a dual orientation for what could be called "architexture". The architectural text focuses on the analysis of architects’ discourse, architectural metaphors or spatial markers and prepositions. Textual architecture, meanwhile, explores composition, syntactic ordering, text structure or "construction" grammars. Through verbalisation or spatialization, through verbal or architectural communication, the speaker and the architect are subjected to numerous constraints despite a certain freedom of speech and freedom of construction. Both this constructed speech and this spoken construction summon the architect-speaker to his or her language domus. It is this dual position that the articles in this collection aim to occupy.
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Christian Lagarde. Un habitat collectif pour la langue : écolinguistique, codification et aménagement linguistique. Rémi Digonnet. Inhabiting Language, Constructing Language / Habiter la langue, construire la langue, Peter Lang B, 2018, 978-2-8076-0262-5. ⟨hal-02112182⟩

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