Systèmes sociaux et traduction

Sergey Tyulenev
Université de Durham

Traduction par Isabelle Cossette

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Depuis toujours, la traduction est associée, implicitement ou explicitement, à des structures la dépassant, tout comme elle est considérée comme un facteur important dans les échanges entres les langues, les cultures et les domaines sémiotiques. Les penseurs de l’école de la manipulation et de la théorie du polysystème ont théorisé la traduction en termes de théories des systèmes, dans le sillage des études systémiques et structuralistes en littérature (notamment celles des formalistes russes et du cercle linguistique de Prague; pour plus de détails, voir Polysystem theory and translation).

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