False Discourse in Politics The Fascination of Speech and Conditions of Interpretation

Dr. Jalila YACOUB

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This research paper addresses the political discourse and the relationship between linguistics and ideology. Those two domains may not match, except by clarifying the speech acts and the nature of structure in text and influence, which justifies the care in choosing words and structures, argument, and evidence, and setting up a model for them within the fascination of speech in text and its delivery. Almost all functions of reporting and communication are negated until the illusion of the other's existence fusion is realized under the survival of the ego’s conditions that represent power. Hence, the focus on discourse in politics and the specificity of polarization, as well as what is convincing by several names calls for the necessity of the duality of truth and falsehood whenever expression and meaning are compared with what can be done in reality and management. Thus, that loses lying its normative characteristic to be part of a typical discourse, except for political opponents in terms of understanding and interpretation from which the research objectives emanate, namely: 1. The interactions with the word "lying" in the lexicon, grammar, semantics, and pragmatics; 2. Politics: field and manifestation when the objective contradicts subjectivity and is moved to what contradicts it under the mask of coherence in delivery and reception; 3. Setting a model for dazzling speech which collides with the reality of thought and the limitation of interpretation.


Concept, lexicon, and terminology; Lie, synonym, and antonym; Policy, field, and rebuttals; Formulation of discourse and meaning; Speech, understanding, and interpreting.