Not So 'Common' Sense : Same Words, Different Grammar
The present study attempts to investigate what is referred to as “common sense.” More precisely, it attempts to demonstrate that not only what people tend to see as the natural order of things changes with time and space but also, and more importantly, that what we come to believe as common sense is the result of a very complex ideological enterprise. This study argues that while common sense differs from one social formation to another, its workings remain the same. -- publisher site
Common Sense, Sociolinguistics, Words, Meaning, Language, Beliefs, Religion, Judgment, Understanding, Reason, Insight, Intuition, Powers of Reasoning, Discernment, Sensible, Ideology, Social Reality
Comparative Methodologies and Theories | Language Interpretation and Translation | Religion
French & Francophone Studies
Zidouh, Amine, "Not So 'Common' Sense : Same Words, Different Grammar" (2017). Faculty Books. 50.