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By Gérard Macé

La carte de l’empire est un nouveau quantity de Pensées simples (le most suitable a été publié dans los angeles assortment Blanche en 2011). Les réflexions, notes de lectures, souvenirs et anecdotes qu’il rassemble au gré de trois sections pourraient passer pour disparates aux yeux d’un lecteur distrait.

Un principe d’ensemble en émerge néanmoins peu à peu, qui est justement l. a. négation de tout principe d’ensemble. Pour Macé il n’existe pas d’origine, ni de l’homme, ni des langues, ni de los angeles tradition. Tout est affaire de glissements, de déplacements d’un can pay à un autre, d’un sens à un autre, d’un son àl’autre, and so forth. (Un aspect de vue qu’il étaye de très beaux exemples, puisés dans l’œuvre de Rabelais, dans l’histoire du Japon, comme dans Lévi-Strauss.). Pas plus qu’il n’y a d’origine, il n’y a pour lui de centre (le présent manuscrit d’ailleurs n’en a pas). Macé s’exerce à regarder le monde, non depuis l’Europe, mais depuis le Japon, ou l’Afrique. Il met face à face les grands totalitarismes du XXe siècle quand on a l’habitude de les opposer. Il juxtapose les regards de cinéastes aussi différents qu’Ozu et Michael Cimino. Et quand il parle de littérature, il récuse le roman et sa domination, affirmant : l. a. poésie m’a sauvé l. a. mise.

Ces fragments opèrent entre eux et forment un discours de plus en plus internet et pénétrant. Un livre en forme de cupboard de curiosités, patiemment composé par un écrivain flâneur et érudit au goût et au regard très sûrs.

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Now the terms 'unique' and 'elementary' can be considered. " (MacLaury 1997a:536). A unique hue in this case is defined solely by its hue, whether or not it is perceived to contain achromatic elements. Other writers use the phrase 'unique colours' to denote the purest or best examples (without achromatic elements) of six irreducible (indivisible) sensations: the four primary hues, plus black and white (Wooten & Miller 1997:75). These different usages have a 'knock-on' effect on the usage of 'elemental colour/hue'.

Miller. 1997. "The Psychophysics of Color". 59-88. THE NOTIONAL STRUCTURE OF THESAURUSES ANDREAS FISCHER University ofZürich 1. Introduction In his review of the Thesaurus of Old English (Roberts & Kay 1995) Manfred Görlach has the following to say on the notional structure of thesauruses: There are two ways of organizing the lexis of a period language in thesaurus form: the compiler can use an 'accepted' pattern, say of an established edition of Roget, or von Wartburg, to permit diachronic or cross-cultural comparisons - but forcing the lexis in question into the bed of Procrustes.

6. Wierzbicka The answers to questions about the motivation for encoding colour categories may emerge from Anna Wierzbicka's concept of prototypes. She suggests that colour concepts are anchored in prototypes consisting of natural phenomena, rather than in Rosch's salient colour areas. Before considering her prototypes, it should be noted that she too, like Rosch, warned of imprecise terminology. In 1985, she included in her latest book a section entitled "The Many Senses of the Notion 'Prototype'".

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