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I think part of the problem is an ongoing overconfidence in the lq of linguistic analysis in a vacuum. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Elie added it Jul 25, Nathalie rated it liked it Dec 03, Surely colonization is a betrayal of those values, not an expression of them?
Sivoj marked it as to-read Feb 07, Ddlf rated it really liked it Nov 13, Open Preview See a Problem? I am with him in thinking that Christine Boutin is a bad egg, but I’m not sure I agree that she’s insincere. A couple major downsides There is a moment when detached irony and reading against the grain transform you from a charming literary theorist with a penchant for Derrida and a slight tendency toward conspiracy theory into a total and complete loon. Iris Iris marked it as to-read Nov 03, Abdelvettah rated it really liked it Mar 03, Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
Aunbrey marked it as to-read May 16, If there is an upside, it is the occasional pleasure to be found in reading someone who is just as outraged as I am about the pollution of the language.
LQR : La propagande du quotidien by Eric Hazan
The fact that linguistic manipulation accompanies power and is one of its tools does not mean you can work backward and derive corruption from the use of language.
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It relies not only on the words themselves, but on a network of interlocking change. Jake rated it liked it Jun 27, He does explain a lot of the nonsense we are being told in a daily basis. It relies not only on the wo A couple major downsides Jul 23, Nicolas Baygert added it.