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5 Research Items
September 2015 - present
This paper explores the interface between pragmatics and argumentation by considering the impact of different types of implicit meaning on different types of rhetorical effects. On the rhetorical front and drawing on classical rhetoric but going beyond the Aristotelian rhetorical triangle (ethos, logos, pathos), the paper discusses an open list of...
Background: Fibromyalgia (FM) is a chronic pain disease characterized by multiple symptoms whose interactions and implications in the disease pathology are still unclear. This study aimed at investigating how pain, sleep, and mood disorders influence each other in FM, while discriminating between the sensory and affective pain dimensions. Methods...
Abstract: Perception of randomness, patterns in visual noise, and coincidences have been associated with propensity to endorse paranormal and conspiracist beliefs. There is, however, controversial evidence about the relationships and related explanatory paths. Whereas some studies report a strong association between pattern and randomness perceptio...
1. TÉLÉCHARGEMENT ET INSTALLATION DE RSTUDIO 5 1.1 INSTALLATION DE R 5 1.2 INSTALLATION DE RSTUDIO 6 2. PREMIERS PAS AVEC RSTUDIO 7 2.1 COMMENT COMMENCER ? – CRÉATION D’UN NOUVEAU PROJET RSTUDIO 7 2.2 VUE D’ENSEMBLE DU PROGRAMME 8 2.3 LA SYNTAXE UTILISÉE DANS RSTUDIO 9 2.4 INSTALLATION DE PACKAGES 11 2.5 ACTIVATION DE PACKAGES 12 2.6 COMPILATION DE...
Master's thesis: The misconception of randomness and conjunction has often been associated with a propensity to adhere to the paranormal and conspiracy theories. Most of the literature provides evidence of a positive relationship between illusory pattern perceptions and paranormal beliefs while conspiracist beliefs appear to be rooted in a greater...
The project seeks to (i) map types and functions of implicit meaning in argumentative discourse, and (ii) characterise types of rhetorical effects from a pragmatic vantage point. Through experimental designs, the project will furthermore investigate (iii) how different types of implicit meaning are conducive to different types of rhetorical effects and (iv) provide insights on how implicit meaning – and its problematic uses – can affect norms of public argument.