By Alessandro Capone, Ferenc Kiefer, Franco Lo Piparo
This quantity deals the reader a unique evaluation of present pondering on oblique studies. The participants are eminent researchers from the fields of philosophy of language, theoretical linguistics and verbal exchange concept, who solution questions about this crucial factor. This fascinating zone of controversy has in the past typically been handled from the point of view of philosophy. This quantity provides the perspectives from semantics, dialog research and sociolinguistics.
Authors tackle concerns comparable to the difficulty of semantic minimalism vs. radical contextualism, the attribution of accountability for the modes of presentation linked to Noun words and the way to tell apart the oblique reporter’s accountability from the unique speaker’s accountability. in addition they discover the relationship among oblique reporting and direct quoting. essentially oblique reporting has a few concerning the semantics/pragmatics debate, notwithstanding, there's a lot controversy on “what is said”, even if this can be a minimum semantic logical shape (enriched by way of saturating pronominals) or a miles richer and completely contextualized logical shape. This factor might be mentioned from numerous angles. some of the authors are contextualists and the dialogue brings out the necessity to take context under consideration while one offers with oblique studies, either the context of the unique utterance and the context of the file. it's fascinating to work out how wealthy cues and clues can notably rework the said message, assigning illocutionary strength and the way they are often mobilized to tell apart numerous voices within the utterance. Decoupling the voice of the reporting speaker from that of the mentioned speaker at the foundation of wealthy contextual clues is a crucial factor that pragmatic idea has to take on. Articles at the factor of slurs will deliver new gentle to the difficulty of decoupling accountability in oblique reporting, whereas others are theoretically orientated and take care of deep difficulties in philosophy and epistemology.
Read Online or Download Indirect Reports and Pragmatics: Interdisciplinary Studies PDF
Similar semantics books
Littlewood-Paley concept is a vital instrument of Fourier research, with purposes and connections to PDEs, sign processing, and chance. It extends the various merits of orthogonality to occasions the place orthogonality doesn’t relatively make experience. It does so via letting us keep an eye on sure oscillatory endless sequence of services when it comes to countless sequence of non-negative services.
This is often a kind of collections of classics that simply will get misplaced one of the multitude of books at the subject, however it continues to be the best i have encounter. lots of the classics are right here, Davidson's 'Truth and Meaning', Lewis' 'General Semantics', Kamp's unique presentation of DRT, Groenendijk & Stokhof's 'Dynamic Predicate Logic', Barwise & Perry's 'Situations and Attitudes', Barwise & Cooper's 'Generalized Quantifiers and traditional Language' and the not easy to come back via (except within the ridiculously pricey 'Themes from Kaplan') 'Demonstratives' through Kaplan, to say a number of.
Includes revised papers from a September 1996 symposium which supplied a discussion board for synchronically and diachronically orientated students to interchange principles and for American and ecu cognitive linguists to confront representatives of other instructions in ecu structural semantics. Papers are in sections on theories and types, descriptive different types, and case stories, and think about components akin to cognitive and structural semantics, diachronic prototype semantics, synecdoche as a cognitive and communicative procedure, and intensifiers as pursuits and resources of semantic switch.
This quantity specializes in the interaction of syntactic and semantic components in language swap. The contributions draw on info from various Indo-European languages and deal with the query of the way syntactic and semantic swap are associated and even if either are ruled by way of comparable constraints, ideas and systematic mechanisms.
Additional info for Indirect Reports and Pragmatics: Interdisciplinary Studies
In C. ), Pragmatics (syntax and semantics 9) (pp. 261–280). New York: Academic Press. , & Ofer, F. (2001). Salience and context effects: Two are better than one. 3(4), 173–192. Searle, J. R. (1979). Expression and meaning: Studies in the theory of speech acts. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. , & Vanderveken, D. (1985). Foundations of illocutionary logic. Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press. Wieland, N. (2010). Context sensitivity and indirect reports. Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, 81(1), 40–48.
Xxx R. Bill let me know that he was frustrated by my silly questions. CH3. Bill complained that he’s tired of answering your silly questions. Others used different sentence structures to highlight the evaluative element. Here there was a difference between NSs and NNSs. The former generally used a simplified structure while NNSs came up with more complex sentence structures as in the examples: E2. Bill is annoyed about my silly questions. E6. Bill is tired of my silly questions. xxx J. Bill is asking not to bother him with any more questions.
On the social practice of indirect reports (further advances in the theory of pragmemes). Journal of Pragmatics, 42, 377–391. Capone, A. (2015). Slurring in indirect-reporting. International Journal of Language Studies, 9(2), 25–42. , & Lepore, E. (1997). On an alleged connection between indirect speech and the theory of meaning. Mind & Language, 12, 278–296. , & Lepore, E. (2004). Insensitive semantics. Oxford: Blackwell. Cie´slicka, A. (2004). Bilingual language users’ sensitivity to semantic analyzability of L2 idioms: Testing the effect of idiom analyzability in L2 metalinguistic tasks.