• El espectador real (Siendo leídos)

    Author(s):
    José Angel GARCÍA LANDA (see profile)
    Date:
    2021
    Group(s):
    English Literature, Linguistics, Literary theory, Narrative theory and Narratology, Philosophy
    Subject(s):
    Narratology, Discourse analysis, Rhetorical criticism, Stylistics, Literary theory
    Item Type:
    Article
    Tag(s):
    Adam Smith, Implied reader
    Permanent URL:
    http://dx.doi.org/10.17613/6sy3-qf20
    Abstract:
    from A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LITERARY THEORY, CRITICISM AND PHILOLOGY http://bit.ly/abibliog Spanish abstract: En su 'Teoría de los sentimientos morales' habla Adam Smith de cómo en la comunicación pública el espectador virtual que emana de nuestro discurso puede no coincidir con los receptores reales de dicho discurso. Y ve Smith en esa no coincidencia ciertas virtudes educativas, no en este caso para el receptor, sino para el autor o emisor. Estas observaciones de Smith pueden ponerse en relación con las teorías estructuralistas de la comunicación que distinguen entre el lector o receptor implícito y el receptor real, especialmente a la hora de adaptar estos conceptos a un entorno comunicativo en red que combina la idealización inherente a la comunicación escrita en la presentación del sujeto, por una parte, y la inmediatez interactiva de la conversación, por otra. ____________________________________________________________________________________ English abstract: In his 'Theory of Moral Sentiments' Adam Smith notes how in public communication the virtual spectator emanating from our discourse may not coincide with the actual receivers of the said discourse. Smith perceives an educational potential in this non-coincidence, not, as it happens, for the receiver, but for the sender or author. These insights of Smith's may be usefully correlated to structuralist theories of communication which distinguish between the implied reader or receiver and the real reader, and they may be especially helpful when it comes to adapting these concepts to a networked communicational environment which combines the idealization in the subject's presentation of self which is inherent to written communication, on the one hand, with the interactional immediacy of conversation, on the other.
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