par van Noppen, Jean Pierre
Référence Foi et Langage, 6, 2, page (119-127)
Publication Publié, 1982
Article sans comité de lecture
Résumé : Alternative creeds are problematic if they are understood as essentially representative, normative speech acts. While creeds do sometimes fulfil this function, they may, on other occasions, be viewed as illocutionary expressives or commissives which do not necessarily require integral underrstanding of, or adhesion to, all the propositions at the locutionary level. the Protestant and Roman Catholic attitudes to this phenomenon differ widely.