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Pragmatics, an Introduction

Informacje ogólne

Kod przedmiotu: WH-R-Pragmatics Kod Erasmus / ISCED: (brak danych) / (brak danych)
Nazwa przedmiotu: Pragmatics, an Introduction
Jednostka: Wydział Nauk Humanistycznych
Grupy:
Punkty ECTS i inne: (brak)
Język prowadzenia: angielski
Poziom przedmiotu:

podstawowy

Symbol/Symbole efektów kształcenia:

wpisz symbol/symbole efektów kształcenia

DRL_W03

DRL_U01


Skrócony opis:

Summary

Pragmatics is the study of language in context. In this curricular unit the main and seminal authors and themes will be presented. From Austin to Searle it will be offered an introduction to the main issues to an understanding of human interlocutions. The concept of “speaker-meaning” will be an important issue under discussion.

Pełny opis:

This course is dedicated to PhD., MA or BA students from UKSW, as well as visiting students.

1. Pragmatics : an introduction

1.1. Syntax / Semantics / Pragmatics

1.2. An historic perspective

1.3. New tendencies

2. Communication as action

2.1. The theory of speech acts (Austin)

2.2. Communication as a language game (Wittgenstein)

2.3. Meaning intention (Grice)

2.3.1. Implicatures

3. Searle’s philosophy of language

3.1. A new approach to speech acts

3.2. Philosophy of language and philosophy of mind

3.3. Indirect speech acts

3.4. Non literal speech acts

Furthermore there are a workshops in the urban settings

Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw

Frederic Chopin Museum in Warsaw

together 30 hours (2x7.5x2)

Coordinators:

Professor : Mafalda Gomes

Prof. UKSW dr hab. Anna Szczepan-Wojnarska

Dr Piotr Dejneka

Agata Mikołajko PhD candidate UKSW

Mariola Lekszycka PhD candidate UKSW

Workshop combined with an exhibition entitled “THE BEGUILING SIREN IS THY CREST” in the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw

The Warsaw’s symbol is a pretext to follow an idea and an image of the sirens in various contexts. The pragmatic concept of “speaker-meaning” and additional receiver-interpretation could be discussed from historical perspective (the historic materials – works of art and artefacts) – as well as from modern one (the creations of modern artists). The exhibition focuses on diversity of forms according to mythology, hybridity, national identity. Meaning intention, philosophy of language and philosophy of mind would be verified in the artworks.

Coordinators:

Prof. UKSW dr hab. Anna Szczepan-Wojnarska

Agata Mikołajko PhD candidate UKSW

Second workshop session on XIX roots of modern polish philosophical thought will take place at Frederic Chopin Museum.

Coordinators

Dr Piotr Dejneka

Mariola Lekszycka PhD candidate UKSW

Literatura:

Mandatory literature

Austin, J. (1962) How to do things with words, Oxford University Press.

Grice, H. Logic and Conversation, in Studies in the Way of Words, Harvard University Press, 1991.

- Meaning (1948), in Studies in the Way of Words, Harvard University Press, 1991.

- Further Notes on Logic and Conversation in Studies in the Way of Words, Harvard University Press, 1991.

Searle, J. (1985), Expression and Meaning: Studies in the Theory of Speech Acts, Cambridge University Press.

Efekty kształcenia:

DRL_W03 (PhD student owns established knowledge In the field of Humanities)

DRL_U01 (PhD student can use information critically and independently, can perform analysis of various range of data, resources and literature)

Metody i kryteria oceniania:

Learning outcomes

Students will be able to understand the importance of main and seminal works in pragmatics from both a philosophical and a communicational paradigms

Students will acquire instruments for a better understanding of everyday interlocutions as well as will be prepared to a better comprehension of the interaction processes

From a theoretical point of view students will be able to confront different schools and authors in order to understand language, communication and special non literal and non direct speech acts.

Assessment methods

- Oral presentation (teamwork) - 60%

- Individual short exercise - 30%

- Participation in class - 10%

Assessment Methodology:

Each subject will be firstly provided as a lecture on the particular Issue, then further discussed in accordance with further readings allocated for presentations and obligatorily written by students.

All required readings are available in The Library of Humanities room 303 at Devaitis Campus New Building in the Folder called: Cultural Communication and the Public Sphere in Contemporary World. Folder will be provided to use in place at student request by the library staff. grade based on triple factorial assessment :

1.Attendance (up to one absence allowed)

2. Activity (constant assessment based on student activities during the spam of the course and academic knowledge of required readings.)

3 Attendance in the workshops

Conservatory English and fluency in reading are required Conservatory English and fluency in reading are required.

Praktyki zawodowe:

N/A

Zajęcia w cyklu "Semestr letni 2016/17" (zakończony)

Okres: 2017-02-01 - 2017-06-30
Wybrany podział planu:


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Typ zajęć: Ćwiczenia terenowe, 30 godzin więcej informacji
Wykład, 30 godzin więcej informacji
Koordynatorzy: Piotr Dejneka, Mafalda Gomes, Mariola Lekszycka, Agata Mikołajko, Anna Szczepan-Wojnarska
Prowadzący grup: Piotr Dejneka, Mafalda Gomes
Lista studentów: (nie masz dostępu)
Zaliczenie: Zaliczenie na ocenę
Typ przedmiotu:

obowiązkowy

Skrócony opis:

Summary

Pragmatics is the study of language in context. In this curricular unit the main and seminal authors and themes will be presented. From Austin to Searle it will be offered an introduction to the main issues to an understanding of human interlocutions. The concept of “speaker-meaning” will be an important issue under discussion.

Pełny opis:

This course is dedicated to PhD., MA or BA students from UKSW, as well as visiting students.

1. Pragmatics : an introduction

1.1. Syntax / Semantics / Pragmatics

1.2. An historic perspective

1.3. New tendencies

2. Communication as action

2.1. The theory of speech acts (Austin)

2.2. Communication as a language game (Wittgenstein)

2.3. Meaning intention (Grice)

2.3.1. Implicatures

3. Searle’s philosophy of language

3.1. A new approach to speech acts

3.2. Philosophy of language and philosophy of mind

3.3. Indirect speech acts

3.4. Non literal speech acts

Furthermore there are a workshops in the urban settings

Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw

Frederic Chopin Museum in Warsaw

together 30 hours (2x7.5x2)

Coordinators:

Professor : Mafalda Gomes

Prof. UKSW dr hab. Anna Szczepan-Wojnarska

Dr PIotr Dejneka

Agata Mikołajko PhD candidate UKSW

Mariola Lekszycka PhD candidate UKSW

Workshop combined with an exhibition entitled “THE BEGUILING SIREN IS THY CREST” in the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw

The Warsaw’s symbol is a pretext to follow an idea and an image of the sirens in various contexts. The pragmatic concept of “speaker-meaning” and additional receiver-interpretation could be discussed from historical perspective (the historic materials – works of art and artefacts) – as well as from modern one (the creations of modern artists). The exhibition focuses on diversity of forms according to mythology, hybridity, national identity. Meaning intention, philosophy of language and philosophy of mind would be verified in the artworks.

Coordinators:

Prof. UKSW dr hab. Anna Szczepan-Wojnarska

Agata Mikołajko PhD candidate UKSW

Second workshop session on XIX roots of modern polish philosophical thought will take place at Frederic Chopin Museum.

Coordinators:

Dr Piotr Dejneka

Mariola Lekszycka PhD candidate UKSW

Room allocation:

Campus Dewajtis

Ul Dewajtis 5 01815 Warszawa

29.05.2017 – room 326, 16:45-20:00 (4h.)

30.05.2017 – room 324, 16:45-20:00 (4h.)

1.06.2017 – room 321, 16:45-20:00 (4h.)

2.06.2017 – room 326, 16:45-20:00 (4h.)

3.06.2017 – room 225, 9:45-13:00 (4h.)

8.06.2017 – room 321, 16:45-20:00 (4h.)

9.06.2017 – room 321,. 16:45-20:00 (4h.)

10.06.2017 – room 321,. 9:45-11:15 (2h.)

Literatura:

Mandatory literature

Austin, J. (1962) How to do things with words, Oxford University Press.

Grice, H. Logic and Conversation, in Studies in the Way of Words, Harvard University Press, 1991.

- Meaning (1948), in Studies in the Way of Words, Harvard University Press, 1991.

- Further Notes on Logic and Conversation in Studies in the Way of Words, Harvard University Press, 1991.

Searle, J. (1985), Expression and Meaning: Studies in the Theory of Speech Acts, Cambridge University Press.

Uwagi:

Conservatory English and fluency in reading are required Conservatory English and fluency in reading are required.

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