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J. den Boeft

the pages devoted to principles, Duval refrains from linguistic elucidation. He obviously assumes that his readers will have no difficulty in understanding Ambrose’s Latin. Th is may well be a shade too optimistic and, moreover, the accomplishments of ‘discourse analysis’ have proved to be quite helpful

Cyril Hovorun

and sociolinguistics are applicable not only to languages in the proper sense, but also to theological languages. Particularly useful in the analysis of both kinds of patristic languages can be a branch of sociolinguistics know as Critical discourse analysis (CDA). 2 It deals with complex textual