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The process of translation

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Alejandra Baez

on 16 October 2013

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photo credit Nasa / Goddard Space Flight Center / Reto Stöckli
The process of translation
The translator process is divided into:
INSTINCT
EXPERIENCES (ABDUCTION, INDUCTION AND DEDUCTION)
Habit and experience difference
Peirce said process consist of three stages:
Instinct
Experience
Habit
For Peice the process of experience is divided into:
Abduction
Induction
Deduction
Karl Weick
The most important cycle for the translator is what Weick calls the act-response-adjustment cycle.
In conclusion the translation process is based:
Translate intuitively
Edit
Sublimate
The model assumes that the translator is at once:
a professional
a learner
Habit is the contact we have whit language
Experience are converted knowledge habits
Charles Sanders Peirce
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