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Then I entered into a serious discourse with the Spaniard, whom I call governor, about their stay in the island; for as I was not come to carry any of them off, so it would not be just to carry off some and leave others, who, perhaps, would be unwilling to stay if their strength was diminished.
He came to me one morning (for he lodged among us all the while we were upon the island), and it happened to be just when I was going to visit the Englishmen's colony, at the furthest part of the island; I say, he came to me, and told me, with a very grave countenance, that he had for two or three days desired an opportunity of some discourse with me, which he hoped would not be displeasing to me, because he thought it might in some measure correspond with my general design, which was the prosperity of my new colony, and perhaps might put it, at least more than he yet thought it was, in the way of God's blessing.
She wouldn’t so much as hold discourse with me when I wanted to ask her how she felt on coming home and missing her mammy.
Hence virtuality should be understood as a combination of a distinct type of conversational discourse with technological specific character of network environment.
Not only is the narrator suddenly descending in all force, but the mode (gid) seems to be narration in English due to the preterit; discourse with the subjunctive and narration with the preterit in German; yet consistently unambiguous discourse in Russian due to the present tense.
2) This "Endnote" offers a perspective of a Muslim who has been part of that international discussion for over a decade and who has closely watched, analyzed, and discussed this discourse with many Muslim, Christian, and Jewish participants.
Jesus begins the next segment of the mission discourse with a menacing warning regarding the danger of the disciples' mission ("See, I am sending you out like sheep into the midst of wolves, so be wise as serpents and innocent as doves," 10:16).
James Paul Gee has published An Introduction to Discourse Analysis: Theory and Method, a textbook that focuses on his well-known distinction between discourse with a small d (language in use, from the more specific perspective of studying stretches of language in specific contexts) and discourse with a capital D (language constituting social practices, from the broader perspective of studying socio-cultural ways of performing and recognizing identity).
discourse with her comments on Haitian cultural practices, voodoo in Hurston's work emerges as a subversive, international political gesture that helps to produce a global trans-Caribbean space.
Library and Information Science has both helped to create this form of discourse with its visions of electronic libraries and scholarly workstations and has been heavily influenced in turn because the application of information technology is everywhere assumed to have a transformational effect on modern organizations, especially organizations such as academic libraries that specialize in "knowledge work.
Our discourses are the substance of lived cultural life, and the most we can hope for is to replace one discourse with another.
In this way, conflicts are not solved through coercion but by reason, in the sense that "within the very structures of language use there exists a cognitive exigency to redeem one's views in discourse with others" (246).