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But this means that scientists have all along been treating physical and biological processes as realizations—and hence as inherently communicative (Prigogine and Stengers refer to science as ‘man’s dialogue with nature’). ) The problem, now that semiotic systems are being explicitly invoked as explanatory models in science, is to direct the beam of scientific enquiry on to such systems and study them as phenomena in their own right. They can hardly serve an explanatory role if they are not themselves understood.
Rule/resource—To begin, SFL is oriented to the description of language as a resource for meaning rather than as a system of rules. It is oriented, in other words, to speakers’ meaning potential (what they can mean) rather than neurologically based constraints on what they can say. This orientation has made it easier for us to focus on the semogenesis of scientific discourse, including phylogenesis (evolution in the professional community), ontogenesis (apprenticeship in education) and logogenesis (development in text)—with genesis interpreted as expanding meaning potential.
For scientific English these serve as a useful point of departure. If one then compares the language of these texts with that of Newton, one can sense the change of direction that is being inaugurated in Newton’s writing, where the grammar undergoes a kind of lateral shift that leads into ‘grammatical metaphor’ on a massive scale. , will not be refracted enough is picked up by for want of a sufficient Refraction, are seldom found in the earlier texts. Expressions such as a sufficient Refraction and the indistinctness of this Picture, each by itself so slight as to be almost unnoticeable, foreshadow a significant change of orientation in the discourse.