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Alaric Naudé

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Professor

Alaric Naudé

Ed.D, PhD
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Naudé at the KOTESOL National Conference 2017
Born
Durban
NationalitySouth Africa
Other names노디아 앨러릭,
CitizenshipAustralia
OccupationProfessor
Known forLinguistics, Human Rights, Apoliticism
TitleProfessor of Linguistics
Academic work
DisciplineEducation, Social Science
Sub-disciplineApplied Linguistics, Neurolinguistics, Sociolinguistics, Human Rights
InstitutionsSuwon Science College, University of Suwon
Notable worksThe Naudé Hypothesis. A tool for Semantic Listening

The Tetragrammaton: Its Phonetics, Phonology, Semantics and Argument for Rendering in Vernacular Languages

Neurolinguistics and Multiculturalism for Language Instructors -Fundamental Knowledge for Language Acquisition

Theoretical Framework of Gender Equivalentism
Notable ideasThe Naudé Hypothesis.
Websitehttp://www.naude.eu/

Biography[edit | edit source]

A linguist and professor in South Korea, believed to be a descendant of Gabriel Naudé.,[1] His work focuses on multilingualism, neurolinguistics[2] , sociolinguistics, education reform and women's rights.[3] He has been critical of feminism ideology. Some of his views regarding freedom of speech are shared with Jordan B Peterson.

Affiliations[edit | edit source]

Organisations with which he is known to be affiliated include;

  • The Heterodox Academy
  • National Research Foundation of Korea[4]
  • Cognitive Linguistics Association (Netherlands)[5],
  • Belgium-Netherlands Cognitive Linguistics Association[6]
  • KOTESOL -Korean TESOL Association[7]
  • Global Listening Centre[8]

Career and Research[edit | edit source]

Naudé Hypothesis[edit | edit source]

The Naudé Hypothesis is a tool for measuring bias or leaning within language to gauge the overall tone and message of a text or other form of communication[9] The hypothesis draws on Newton’s Third Law as a basis and states that every reaction in language will cause opposite and equal reactions that can be measured. It states that a measurable undertone or message to any news broadcast, article or other form of language will be present and that propaganda creates measurable patterns caused by actions and reactions of the audience or consumer.

The hypothesis is comprised of the formula FA = (+FB ) + (-FB ). FA being the overall message of the text or communication and "B" acting as place-markers for inferred values. (+FB ) referring to the positive aspects of the message and (-FB ) which referring to the negative aspects are calculated to produce a final value which may be positively or negatively dominant. The final result being considered the overall tone is equal to FA.

Translation[edit | edit source]

Naudé's works concerning ancient texts have been critical of church traditions[10][11] most notably the replacement the Tetragrammaton with titles.[12]

Gender Equality[edit | edit source]

In 2018, Naudé published an apolitical framework for education reform known as "Theoretical Framework of Gender Equivalentism" and conceptualised women’s rights as being a part of basic human rights rather than purely feminist[13]. Theoretical Framework of Gender Equivalentism consists of eight precepts originating from human rights concepts.This is thought to be the first use of the term "Gender Equivalentism". He argues that feminism is the opposite of gender equality and that biology defines only two genders.

Works[edit | edit source]

  • Neurolinguistics and Multiculturalism for Language Instructors -Fundamental Knowledge for Language Acquisition
  • The Tetragrammaton: Its Phonetics, Phonology, Semantics and Argument for Rendering in Vernacular Languages
  • Phonetic and Syntactical Difficulties in Korean Learners of English- 韓國學生의 音聲과 統辭的인 英語學習 關聯한 問題
  • Translation of fragment c. 1450 of the Torah from Ben Ezra synagogue, Egypt
  • Interlinear Transliteration of Plate 538 in 3 Fragments of Greek Minor Prophets Scroll from Nahal Hever
  • Ghost in the Shell: Discussing the Future of Language Teaching
  • Theoretical Framework of Gender Equivalentism

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Naudé Official Page[1]
  2. Naudé, Alaric (2015) Neurolinguistics and Multiculturalism for Language Instructors -Fundamental Knowledge for Language Acquisition GRIN Verlag (December 4, 2015)ISBN-10: 3668102023 ,ISBN-13: 978-3668102026
  3. Naudé, Alaric. 2018. “Theoretical Framework of Gender Equivalentism”. BROLLY. JOURNAL OF SOCIAL SCIENCES 1 (1), 69-85. https://www.journals.lapub.co.uk/index.php/Brolly/article/view/26.
  4. National Research Foundation of Korea[2]
  5. Cognitive Linguistics Association- Radboud University[3]
  6. Belgium-Netherlands Cognitive Linguistics Association[4]
  7. KOTESOL-Korean TESOL Association[5]
  8. Global Listening Centre[6]
  9. The Naudé Hypothesis. A tool for Semantic Listening© GRIN Verlag / Open Publishing GmbH. Germany ISBN(pdf): 9783668622883 PDF version ISBN(Book): 9783668622890
  10. Naudé, Alaric. "TRANSLATION OF FRAGMENT c. 1450 OF THE TORAH FROM BEN EZRA SYNAGOGUE, EGYPT." European Journal of Language Studies Vol 4.2 (2017)[7]
  11. Naudé, Alaric "Interlinear Transliteration of Plate 538 in 3 Fragments of Greek Minor Prophets Scroll from." European Journal of Academic Essays 4.7 (2017): 199-202.[8]
  12. Naudé, Alaric. "The Tetragrammaton: Its Phonetics, Phonology, Semantics and Argument for Rendering in Vernacular Languages." European Journal of Academic Essays 2.9 (2015): 47-55.[9]
  13. Naudé, Alaric. 2018. “Theoretical Framework of Gender Equivalentism”. BROLLY. JOURNAL OF SOCIAL SCIENCES 1 (1), 69-85. https://www.journals.lapub.co.uk/index.php/Brolly/article/view/26.


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