THE DOXA AND THE IMPLICATION AS PRAGMATIC ELEMENTS IN THE ARGUMENTATIVE ANALYSES

Nertila Zani

Abstract


In this work we are going to discuss about the pragmatic elements which help in the argumentative process. We are going to notice the argumentative interaction which is based on the doxa, also focusing on the way arguments flow. In this work we are going to reflect the theories and concepts in a study, thus providing our opinion about them.

We are going to stop on some essential aspects of the lexical elements on the role of the implication and its forms which appear in the discourse.  The implication strengthens even more the argumentative strength, thus distinguishing and classifying it according to two criteria. First, according to its semantic versus its pragmatic nature, and secondly according to its discursive function. The implication may transmit beliefs and opinions which deal with uncontestable premises but, even the ironic implication plays a vital role in conveying the message. The acquisition of these elements in the Albanian language will be noticed in the politics discourse, concretizing it with examples from various politicians’ speeches in different periods of time.  The aim of this work is not only the approach among linguistic pragmatics and its elements, but even how these elements influence in the argumentative speech and how they are obtained in the Albanian language. 

Keywords:  Pragmatics, argument, implication, political, speech.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.0001/ijllis.v7i11.1795

DOI (PDF): http://dx.doi.org/10.0001/ijllis.v7i11.1795.g2240

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