Consider the Vocabulary of Association

Jena-Louis Schneider, FSC, MA

Abstract


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Understanding certain words and expressions in John Baptist de La Salle’s cultural and linguistic context:

Associate, To Associate Myself, Society, Together (together and by association), To Unite Myself, To Remain (in Society), Company

We must consider the meaning of these words as people use them in the 17th and 18th centuries, that is, by reading the definitions in the dictionaries published at the time. I consulted the Dictionary by Furetière (1680); two editions of the Dictionary of l’Académie Française, indicated below as AF 1694 and AF 1762; the Dictionary by Trévoux (1743-1752); and Le Robert, Dictionnaire Historique de la Langue Française (1992), indicated below as DHLF.


Keywords


Lasallian; Association; De La Salle

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