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Linguistic meaning and non-truth-conditionality

XosГ© Rosales Sequeiros

Linguistic meaning and non-truth-conditionality

by XosГ© Rosales Sequeiros

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Published by Peter Lang in Oxford, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Semantics

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    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementXosé Rosales Sequeiros
    SeriesContemporary studies in descriptive linguistics -- 32
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsP325 .R66 2012
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25151350M
    ISBN 109783034307055
    LC Control Number2011051962

    This volume examines the meaning of scalar modifiers - expressions such as more than, a bit, and much - from the standpoint of the interface between semantics and pragmatics. In natural language, scalar expressions such as comparatives, intensifiers, and minimizers are used for measuring an object or event at a semantic level. Suchst Du Linguistic Meaning and Non-Truth-Conditionality? Bei bekommst Du einen Linguistic Meaning and Non-Truth-Conditionality Preisvergleich und siehst ob ein Shop gerade eine Linguistic Meaning and Non-Truth-Conditionality Aktion hat! Suchen: Testberichte, mio. Produkte im Preisvergleich von Shops.

    Issuu is a digital publishing platform that makes it simple to publish magazines, catalogs, newspapers, books, and more online. Easily share your publications and get them in front of Issuu’s. KINDS OF MEANING. Topic – 22 Linguistic/ Conceptual Meaning. Linguistic meaning is called ‘denotative’, ‘logical’ or ‘cognitive’ meaning. This refers to the definition given in the dictionary. Any piece of language is structured simultaneously on more than one level – at least three levels are necessary for linguistic competence.

    The paper presented is concerned with the contrastive analysis of German weil and English because in their function as discourse markers, which requires the sine qua non of agreeing on non-language-specific criteria applying to discourse markers of both languages. Language-specific aspects such as semantic content, syntactic positions, and. Non-truth conditionality III Type of meaning encoded by Discourse Markers III Multi-categoriality Hence, the linguistic research has gotten many new insights on the nature of these lexical units over the past decades. Discourse markers in non-native English.


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This book offers a new perspective on current semantic theory by analysing key aspects of linguistic meaning and non-truth-conditional semantics. It applies non-truth-conditional semantics to various areas of language and critically considers earlier approaches to the study of semantic meaning, such as truth-conditional semantics, Speech Act.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: vi, pages ; 23 cm. Contents: Machine generated contents note: pt. I Traditional Approaches to Non-Truth-Conditional Meaning --ch. 1 Introduction: Linguistic Semantics and Meaning --ch. 2 Truth-Conditional and Non-Truth-Conditional Meaning --ch. 3 Speech Acts and Non-Truth-Conditional Semantics --ch.

4 Conventional. This book offers a new perspective on current semantic theory by analysing key aspects of linguistic meaning and non-truth-conditional semantics.

It applies non-truth-conditional semantics to various areas of language and critically considers earlier approaches to the study of semantic meaning, such as truth-conditional semantics, Speech Linguistic meaning and non-truth-conditionality book Author: Xose Rosales Sequeiros.

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It applies non-truth-conditional semantics to various. This book offers a new perspective on current semantic theory by analysingkey aspects of linguistic meaning and non-truth-conditional semantics.

Itapplies non-truth-conditional semantics to various areas of language andcritically considers earlier approaches to the study of semantic meaning,such as truth-conditional semantics, Speech Act theory. “Linguistic Meaning and Non-Truth-Conditionality” contributes to linguisticsemantics by focusing on non-truth-conditional meaning within the framework ofcognitive pragmatics and Relevance Theory (RT), in particular.

For some time now semanticists have been concerned with a range of phenomena which suggest that linguistic meaning cannot be defined in terms of truth conditions.

Karttunen & Peters ). And in discourse theory and theories of text representation, where the interest in non-truth conditionality is perhaps more incidental, the focus is on Cited by: 9. Relevance and Linguistic Meaning: The Semantics and Pragmatics of Discourse Markers Diane Blakemore The importance of discourse markers (words like "so," "however," and "well") lies in the theoretical questions they raise about the nature of discourse and the relationship between linguistic meaning and context.

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