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59) Fricker offers the examples of (1) an extremely shy testifier whose failure to meet the eyes of his interlocutor and self-conscious pauses are taken to indicate a general insincerity; (2) an "honest second-hand car salesman" who is taken for being dishonest by virtue of his profession; and 3) a habitual liar who is disbelieved when she is telling the truth due to being a confirmed liar.
If we wish to participate fully in the meaning-generating process, we need to respect and take account of the disconnection itself, as well as its abstract origins, a process that allows us to perceive the past events--receive them, in fact--on behalf of the testifier.
The testifier is surprised by its sudden visitation, and resists in vain its shaking impact.
Using this data, the testifier concluded that there is "ample room
For instance, it was pointed out that the effect on the testifier, and any merits or demerits claimed for the opportunity to testify, cannot be delinked from the conditions of testimony and the way that testimony was going to be "used" or "mobilized" for different agendas.
These roles include: Standards Developer, Reviewer, Testifier, Educator, and Constant Student.
not simply a factual given that is reproduced and replicated by the testifier, but a genuine advent, an event in its own right" (Felman and Laub 62).
Both these uses of the early jury as testifier of fact made some sense.
161) Although the Yates defense brought forth evidence of Dietz's brochure distribution during cross-examination in an effort to portray Dietz as a "professional testifier," (162) Dietz did not seem apologetic.
The relational nature of morality found in the personal testimony of pro-choice films is distinct from the rule-based standards typically found both in public policy debate and in pro-life rhetoric; and 3) Personal testimony in pro-choice films illustrates a feminist epistemology which relies on women's positions as testifier and/or witness.
Knowledge in the testimony is, in other words, not simply a factual given that is reproduced and replicated by the testifier, but a genuine advent, an event in its own right" (Felman and Laub 62).
3) Although many agree that "the presence of the prostitute as true speaker, rather than as testifier to the speech of another, has been an important or even revolutionary development," tensions understandably remain about sharing authority with others.