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An understanding of intentions requires much effort in assumptions, inferencing and presupposition on the part of the subject and is therefore necessarily uncertain. In understanding the 42 Uncertainty and Communication conscious act of the other, the 'interpreter puts himself in the place of the other person and imagines that he himself is selecting and using the signs. He interprets the other person's subjective meaning as if it were his own' (SchUtz, 1972: 127). The tensions between this interpretive leap and the uncertainty that SchUtz is quite prepared to recognize in the work of the interpreter are manifest and possibly irreconcilable.
Thus the tension between idea and reality breaks into the very facticity of linguistically structured forms of life. (Habermas, 1996: 4) A fundamentally realist epistemology which assumes an objective world to which reference can be made, thus converges with a counterfactual theory of social pragmatics and a theory of reflexive development. 6. The end of the 'semantic of interaction'? A radical turn in communication theory took place in Germany with the systems theory of Niklas Luhmann and the debates surrounding radical constructivism initiated by Siegfried ].
4 Its reception outside literary and translation studies has tended to focus on theories of multivoicedness or heteroglossia and has been fed back into educational theories of autonomy and social interaction. In the 1930s and 1940s Bakhtin's strangely displaced voice was amongst the first to challenge the deterministic linguistic orthodoxy that the arbitrariness of the linguistic sign 'should not suggest that the signifier depends on the free choice of the speaking subject' (Saussure, 1968: 101 - my emphasis) and that the language systemlangue - constitutes a 'sum of impressions deposited in each brain' (Saussure, 1968: 38).
Uncertainty and Communication: New Theoretical Investigations by Colin B. Grant (auth.)