Language Of Amarna Language Of Diplomacy

Author: Jana Mynářová
Publisher: Czech Institute of Egyptology Charles University
ISBN: 9788073081911
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It is a generally accepted presumption that during the Late Bronze Age the language accepted for the 'international' or 'diplomatic' written communication between the representatives or members of the particular polities within the Ancient ...

Diskurse Der Gelehrtenkultur In Der Fr Hen Neuzeit

Author: Herbert Jaumann
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter
ISBN: 3110241064
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Vorbemerkungen* Vor einigen Jahren begann der damalige Botschafter
Kroatiens in Ungarn einen Konferenzvortrag über »The Use of Language in
Diplomacy« mit folgender Anekdote: »Eine alte und lustige Binsenwahrheit
besagt, dass man viele Sprachen verwenden solle, um richtig verstanden zu
werden: um mit Gott zu sprechen, Latein; mit den Militärs, Deutsch; mit Händlern,
Griechisch und Arabisch; mit Musikern, Italienisch; mit dem Leibkoch, Chinesisch
; mit Matrosen und ...

Status Change Of Languages

Author: Ulrich Ammon
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter
ISBN: 9783110126686
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On the Stereotype "French is the Language of Diplomacy, German the Language
of Science, and English the Language of Trade." 3. The Use of German and
Other Languages in Governmental Treaties 4. The Position of German in
International Organizations 5. Final Remarks 6. References 1 . Preliminary
Remarks A language's status may change either in respect to its speakers, i. e.
their number and/or their social attributes, or in respect to the domains in which it
is used, to make just ...

Recueil Des Cours Collected Courses

Author: Hague Academy of International Law
Publisher: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers
ISBN: 9789024733231
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optimistically believed that international lawyers all over the world speak the
same language. From the Roman Empire until the eighteenth century the Latin
language was the language of diplomacy, succeeded by French in the late
seventeenth century until the First World War — notwithstanding a certain decline
following the Napoleonic wars — and perhaps in turn supplanted by English in
the twentieth ...

On The Way To Diplomacy

Author: Costas M. Constantinou
Publisher: U of Minnesota Press
ISBN: 9780816626854
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meneutical task. It is both linguistic and political, for hermeneutics is explicitly
associated with Hermes, the deity of language and diplomacy: "Hermes is the
divine messenger. He brings the message of destiny; hermeneuein is that
exposition which brings tidings because it can listen to a message.'" For
Heidegger, consequently, hermeneutics does not mean "just interpretation but,
even before it, the bearing of message and tidings" (29). Heidegger defines his
philosophical project in ...

English For Diplomatic Purposes

Author: Patricia Friedrich
Publisher: Multilingual Matters
ISBN: 1783095490
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The connection between language and diplomacy is a close one. Clearly, without
language there is no diplomacy, and with careless language diplomacy is unable
to achieve its goals. Yet this simplicity and straight forwardness masks its
opposite – the complexity of finding ways to engage linguistically that enhance
rapport rather than hamper it and to send the right messages at the right time. As I
write this introduction, I am reminded of one favorite Buddha quote about the
nature of ...

The Palgrave Macmillan Dictionary Of Diplomacy

Author: G. Berridge
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137017619
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In its modern form – that is, throughout the last half millennium or so – diplomacy
has retained a broadly constant character and given rise to a burgeoning
diplomatic profession. Like all professions, it has spawned its own terminology
and categories; and inasmuch as its activity concerned relations between proud
and jealous sovereigns, later replaced by no less proud and jealous sovereign
states, diplomatic language has been finely honed and carries very precise

From Paris To Nuremberg

Author: Jesús Baigorri-Jalón
Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing Company
ISBN: 9027269971
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Conference interpreting was born in Paris Interpreting has existed since time
immemorial, and there were many international diplomatic conferences before
this century. Günther Haensch (1965, 3) believes that conference interpreting
was born at the Congress of Berlin in 1878, when Disraeli insisted on speaking
English, thereby establishing the precedent that French was not the only
language of diplomacy. It is undeniable that the privileged status of French began
to be threatened ...