Pragmatică

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Pragmatica este o ramură a lingvisticii, care analizează relația dintre semne și interpretarea lor.

Termenul de pragmatică a fost, se pare, folosit prima dată de lingvistul și filosoful american Charles W. Morris (1903?-1979), care a împărțit semiotica în sintaxă (relația dintre semne), semantică (relația între semne și obiecte) și pragmatică.

În cadrul pragmaticii, analiza discursului este un obiect relativ recent de studiu.

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