Introduction
How about meta?

Yves Gambier and Luc van Doorslaer
University of Turku | Lessius University Collegel

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“Translation Studies has reached a stage where it is time to examine the subject itself. Let the meta-discussion begin”. These were the famous last sentences of the paper “The name and nature of Translation Studies” presented by James Holmes in 1972 (also in Holmes 1988: 79). 35 years later, metadiscussion is no longer at its beginnings, but where exactly has it arrived?

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