StatusThe thesis was presented on the 30 September, 2005
Approved by NCAA on the 22 December, 2005
Abstract– 0.29 Mb / in romanian
The goal of the written paper consists in defining and working out the means of effective communication on the level of the philosophical discourse. For achieving this goal we have proposed ourselves a complex analysis of the philosophical discourse from the perspective of communication. The paper is devoted to issues regarding the metacommunication. The main objective of this paper is to emphasize the factors contributing to bettering the efficiency of the didactic discourse, in general, and of that philosophical one, in particular. Such an objective was possible to achieve through alethic validation. In analysing the philosophical discourse we have paid much attention to the linguistic universe.
We analyse the phenomenon of communication from the perspective of competence and linguistic performance. The coherence of a philosophical discourse is related to the presence of theoretical and methodical presupositions and to their metacontextual implication and this thing involves 2 subjects as participators in a philosophical discourse: a creator and a receiver. A big importance within the analysis of a philosophical communication is paid to the phenomenon of understanding. Two essential factors of philosophical hermeneutics are interpretation and addressing to tradition. Interpretation is perceived as a way of human activity and as a precedure of content processing. The work reveals the role of pragmatic operators within a philosophical discourse. Thus, categorial deconstruction and reconstruction represent a procedure of transforming some fundamental presupositions in an explicit discourse. In order to emphesize the basic strategies of argumentation we have resorted to explaination as a component part of hermeneutics and to argumentation as a philosophical one, as well.
The argumentative discourse is a final one, structured in sentenses or theses which constitute a judgement and translate either directly or indirectly the position of the locutor in order to achieve a change of the epistemic universe of the interlocutor. For an effective argumentative strategy, the locutor must determine the relevancy of an argument in connection with the relation locutor-interlocutor, the circumstances of the interaction the relation interlocutor-problem.
In the work we have analysed and systematized the concepts of the philosophers from abroad and in, as well. Finally we have defined the ways of effective communication on the level of a philosophical discourse, we have tackled the philosophical discourse for the purpose of didactic effectiveness. Thus, the performance of a philosophical discourse can be achieved on the highest level in the situations in which the receiver assimilates the discursive part, the concept, the problems in the discourse that is in the highlight.