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Andrea Musumeci: Equivocal… Equivalence?

21 November 2014

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General theory of translation has notoriously suffered the blow inflicted by the inability of scholars to find a homogeneous academic dialect. James S. Holmes feared that this lack of cooperation could confine translators to a status of “glorified typist” (1994: 103) and nothing more than that.

How did this status quo originate? Could the ‘equivalence precept/culture’ in Translation Studies (hereinafter TS) have played its role in this situation? Has equivalence been a major obstacle for translators, created by translators themselves? In addition, what could be done to change it?

http://alphaomegatranslations.com/2014/11/17/equivocal-equivalence/

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