Głos z zewnątrz w dyskursie publicznym. Przypadek Oriany Fallaci
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The paper presents the concept of “a voice from outside” — a specific discursive position of an author and their work which is constructed in a process of defining the social distances between an author and a public discourse. The category of a voice from outside derives from the tradition of social constructionism, Foucaultian approaches to discourse and the responsive phenomenology of „a stranger” by Bernhard Waldenfels. In this paper, the concept of the voice from outside is introduced on the basis of a case study of Oriana Fallaci, a journalist, and author of a controversial essay The Rage and the Pride. The discourse analysis covers the press articles published in Polish mainstream daily and weekly newspapers in 2001–2006 and discusses threemajor types representations of Fallaci’s text in the public discourse in Poland, as: (1) the voice of “a guilty” conscience, (2) a “politically incorrect” voice of Western elites and (3) an anti-voice.
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