DISCURSUS (DISCOURSE)

рассуждение, дискурс, речь; движение познания от одного понятия к другому, как в силлогизме; противопоставляется непосредственному, или интуитивному, познанию. Существует два вида дискурсов: последовательный (движение от познанного к непознанному) и каузальный (движение от оснований знания к выводам).


Латинский словарь средневековых философских терминов. . 1998.

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  • discourse — [dis′kôrs΄; ] also, & for v. usually [, dis kôrs′] n. [ME & OFr discours < L discursus, discourse < pp. of discurrere, to run to and fro < dis , from, apart + currere, to run: see CURRENT] 1. communication of ideas, information, etc.,… …   English World dictionary

  • Discourse — Dis*course , n. [L. discursus a running to and fro, discourse, fr. discurrere, discursum, to run to and fro, to discourse; dis + currere to run: cf. F. discours. See {Course}.] 1. The power of the mind to reason or infer by running, as it were,… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • discourse — (n.) late 14c., process of understanding, reasoning, thought, from Fr. discours, from L. discursus a running about, in L.L. conversation, from pp. stem of discurrere run about, from dis apart (see DIS (Cf. dis )) + currere to run (see CURRENT …   Etymology dictionary

  • discourse — ► NOUN 1) written or spoken communication or debate. 2) a formal discussion of a topic in speech or writing. ► VERB 1) speak or write authoritatively about a topic. 2) engage in conversation. ORIGIN Latin discursus running to and fro , from… …   English terms dictionary

  • Discourse — For other uses, see Discourses (disambiguation). Sociology …   Wikipedia

  • discourse — dis|course1 W3 [ˈdısko:s US o:rs] n formal [Date: 1400 1500; : Late Latin; Origin: discursus conversation , from Latin, running around , from currere to run ] 1.) a serious speech or piece of writing on a particular subject discourse on/upon ▪ a… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • discourse — I. noun Etymology: Middle English discours, from Medieval Latin & Late Latin discursus; Medieval Latin, argument, from Late Latin, conversation, from Latin, act of running about, from discurrere to run about, from dis + currere to run more at car …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • discourse — (Lat., discursus, a running from one place to another) A continuous stretch of language containing more than one sentence: conversations, narratives, arguments, speeches. Discourse analysis is the social and linguistic description of norms… …   Philosophy dictionary

  • discourse — discourser, n. n. /dis kawrs, kohrs, dis kawrs , kohrs /; v. /dis kawrs , kohrs /, n., v., discoursed, discoursing. n. 1. communication of thought by words; talk; conversation: earnest and intelligent discourse. 2. a formal discussion of a… …   Universalium

  • discourse — noun dɪskɔ:s, dɪs kɔ:s written or spoken communication or debate. ↘a formal written or spoken discussion of a topic. ↘Linguistics a text or conversation. verb dɪs kɔ:s speak or write authoritatively about a topic. ↘engage in conversation. Origin… …   English new terms dictionary

  • discourse — dis•course n. [[t]ˈdɪs kɔrs, koʊrs, dɪsˈkɔrs, ˈkoʊrs[/t]] v. [[t]dɪsˈkɔrs, ˈkoʊrs[/t]] n. v. coursed, cours•ing 1) communication of thought by words; talk; conversation 2) a formal discussion of a subject in speech or writing, as a treatise or… …   From formal English to slang

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