The Inscience of Translation

Douglas Robinson

Volume 2, Issue 2 (Special Issue on Translation, Society and Culture) , September 2014, , Pages 25-40

  Drawing on Henri Meschonnic’s notion of an “inscient ethics,” and putting “inscience” into dialogue with the old ideal of a “science” of translation, the article explores the collective socio-affective ecologies that organize and regulate social and professional ...  Read More