Shared ground in Translation Studies: Concluding the debate

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    The debate on “Shared ground in Translation Studies” has occupied a substantial part of the last four issues of Target : 12:1, 12:2, 13:1 and 13:2. As it turned out, this is not the kind of debate which is likely to ever exhaust itself: It could easily go on and on, possibly forever. We have therefore decided to give it an abrupt, somewhat arbitrary ending and asked the two initiators of the debate, Rosemary Arrojo and Andrew Chesterman, to respond to the respondents. They were glad to comply, but, interestingly enough, did so by writing two separate, and very different pieces...

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