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Further Advances in Pragmatics and Philosophy : Part 1 from Theory to Practice.

By: Capone, Alessandro.
Contributor(s): Carapezza, Marco | Lo Piparo, Franco.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Perspectives in Pragmatics, Philosophy and Psychology Ser: Publisher: Cham : Springer, 2018Copyright date: ©2018Description: 1 online resource (303 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783319721736.Subject(s): PragmaticsGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Further Advances in Pragmatics and Philosophy : Part 1 from Theory to PracticeDDC classification: 306.44 LOC classification: P99.4.P72P101-120P16Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Intro -- Dedication -- Acknowledgments -- Contents -- Contributors -- Introduction -- References -- Part I: Theoretical approaches to philosophy of language -- Semantically Empty Gestures -- 1 Two Theories of Demonstratives -- 2 An Alternative Theory -- 3 Frege's Puzzle -- 4 Further Considerations -- Aboutness and Quantifying Into Intensional Contexts: A Pragmatic Topic/Comment Analysis of Propositional Attitude Statements -- 1 The Grammarian and the Philosopher -- 2 Philosopher Nelson Goodman's Aboutness -- 3 Philosopher W.V. O. Quine: The Argument against Quantifying In -- 4 Linguistic Observations on Topic Noun Phrases -- 5 To Return to the Argument... -- 6 Ralph's Belief Statements: a Pragmatic Analysis (or, why opacity is not needed to resolve inconsistency) -- 7 Conclusions -- APPENDIX A -- References -- Sub-Sententials: Pragmatics or Semantics? -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Methodology -- 3 Implicit Demonstratives -- 4 The Role of Demonstrations -- 5 Other Examples -- 6 The Syntactic Ellipsis Objection -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.2 (A): The Syntactic Ellipsis Assumption -- 6.3 (B): No Syntactic Ellipsis in (1) to (5) -- 7 Stainton's Other Objections -- 7.1 Too Much Ambiguity -- 7.2 No Explanatory Work -- 7.3 Fails a Kripkean Test -- 8 The Assertion of Propositional Fragments -- 9 Conclusion -- References -- An Investigation of a Gricean Account of Free-­Choice or -- 1 Conjunctive Force -- 2 A Gricean derivation of and from or for epistemic possibility -- 3 A problem about epistemic possibility -- 4 An objection from non-monotonic logic -- 5 Other Modals -- References -- Negation as a window on the non-sequential nature of language interpretation and processing -- 1 Introduction -- 2 On the Concealed Pervasiveness of Double-negation Structures -- 3 Expletive Negation in Comparative and Temporal Clauses.
4 Expletive Negation in German Double-negation Structures -- 5 Some Remarks on the Non-sequential Nature of Negation Processing -- References -- Embedding explicatures in implicit indirect reports: simple sentences, and substitution failure cases -- 1 Introduction -- 2 The solutions so far -- 3 Implicit indirect reports -- 4 Simple sentences -- 5 Soames' problem -- 6 Objections -- 7 Free enrichment -- 8 On Corazza's dilemma (Corazza 2004) -- 9 Evaluating a different proposal -- 10 A fundamental objection: Davis (2016) -- 11 Objections by Stephen Schiffer (p.c.) -- 12 Conclusion -- References -- How Demonstrative Complex Pictorial Reference Grounds Contextualism -- 1 The problem with demonstratives -- 2 Demonstrative reference with complex pictures -- References -- Part II: Pragmatics in discourse -- Discourse, sentence grammar and the left periphery of the clause -- 1 Introduction -- 2 The syntax of the left periphery of the clause -- 3 An analysis of Clitic Left Dislocation -- 3.1 the pre-focal topic: generalities -- 3.2 The puzzle -- 3.3 Current theories -- 4 Why is CLLD possible at all? -- 4.1 CLLD and parentheticals -- 4.2 The comma feature projects a phrase in the syntax: -- 4.3 A brief discussion of some theoretical consequences of this proposal -- 5 Hanging Topics and Quotations -- 5.1 A brief discussion of Hanging Topic -- 5.2 A comparison with quotations -- 5.3 Towards an explanation -- 6 Conclusions -- References -- Getting a grip on context as a determinant of meaning -- 1 Common ground -- 2 Context -- 3 Looking at some data -- 4 Conclusions: getting to grips with context -- References -- Theory meets Practice - H. Paul Grice's Maxims of Quality and Manner and the Trobriand Islanders' language use -- 1 Introduction1 -- 2 Situational-Intentional Varieties in Kilivila and the Concept of biga sopa.
3 Biga Sopa and the Gricean Maxims of Quality and Manner -- 4 The Case: The Trobriand Islanders - and Others - versus H. Paul Grice -- References -- ABDUCTIVE INFERENCES IN PRAGMATIC PROCESSES -- 1 The notion of inference in current debate -- 2 Recanati's proposal -- 3 Pragmatic processes -- 3.1 Primary pragmatic process -- 3.2 Secondary pragmatic processes -- 4 Types of inferential processes in relevance-based perspectives -- 5 Abductive inferences -- 5.1 Three types of abductions -- 5.2 Automatic Abduction -- 5.3 Abduction by selection -- 5.4 Creative abduction -- 6 Types of abduction and language usages -- 6.1 Automatic abduction in language usages -- 6.2 Abduction by selection -- 6.3 Creative abduction -- 7 Conclusions: an (enriched) model of linguistic inferences -- References -- Coordinating Meaning: Common Knowledge and Coordination in Speaker Meaning -- 1 SPEAKER MEANING -- 2 THE ASSURANCE GAME MODEL -- 2.1 Assurance Games -- 2.2 Speaker Meaning As An Assurance Game -- 2.3 Lack of Common Knowledge Cases -- 3 HOW COMMON KNOWLEDGE ARISES -- 3.1 Generating the Infinite Sequence -- 3.2 Sentence Meaning as a Common Knowledge Generator -- 4 THE GRICEAN EXPLANATION -- 5 CONCLUSION -- Dworkin's "Semantic Sting" and Behavioral Pragmatics -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Dworkin's "Semantic Sting" -- 3 From the "Semantic Sting" to a Behavioral Pragmatics of Law -- 4 Behavioral Pragmatics and Neuropragmatism -- 5 Behavioral Pragmatics and Law -- 6 Conclusion -- References -- Stories and the transmission of knowledge: Narrative, evidence, credibility and epistemic vigilance -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Narratives transmit knowledge -- 3 Epistemic vigilance -- 4 Tellers bolster credibility -- 5 The role of the listener -- 6 Undermining competence -- 7 Conclusions -- References.
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Intro -- Dedication -- Acknowledgments -- Contents -- Contributors -- Introduction -- References -- Part I: Theoretical approaches to philosophy of language -- Semantically Empty Gestures -- 1 Two Theories of Demonstratives -- 2 An Alternative Theory -- 3 Frege's Puzzle -- 4 Further Considerations -- Aboutness and Quantifying Into Intensional Contexts: A Pragmatic Topic/Comment Analysis of Propositional Attitude Statements -- 1 The Grammarian and the Philosopher -- 2 Philosopher Nelson Goodman's Aboutness -- 3 Philosopher W.V. O. Quine: The Argument against Quantifying In -- 4 Linguistic Observations on Topic Noun Phrases -- 5 To Return to the Argument... -- 6 Ralph's Belief Statements: a Pragmatic Analysis (or, why opacity is not needed to resolve inconsistency) -- 7 Conclusions -- APPENDIX A -- References -- Sub-Sententials: Pragmatics or Semantics? -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Methodology -- 3 Implicit Demonstratives -- 4 The Role of Demonstrations -- 5 Other Examples -- 6 The Syntactic Ellipsis Objection -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.2 (A): The Syntactic Ellipsis Assumption -- 6.3 (B): No Syntactic Ellipsis in (1) to (5) -- 7 Stainton's Other Objections -- 7.1 Too Much Ambiguity -- 7.2 No Explanatory Work -- 7.3 Fails a Kripkean Test -- 8 The Assertion of Propositional Fragments -- 9 Conclusion -- References -- An Investigation of a Gricean Account of Free-­Choice or -- 1 Conjunctive Force -- 2 A Gricean derivation of and from or for epistemic possibility -- 3 A problem about epistemic possibility -- 4 An objection from non-monotonic logic -- 5 Other Modals -- References -- Negation as a window on the non-sequential nature of language interpretation and processing -- 1 Introduction -- 2 On the Concealed Pervasiveness of Double-negation Structures -- 3 Expletive Negation in Comparative and Temporal Clauses.

4 Expletive Negation in German Double-negation Structures -- 5 Some Remarks on the Non-sequential Nature of Negation Processing -- References -- Embedding explicatures in implicit indirect reports: simple sentences, and substitution failure cases -- 1 Introduction -- 2 The solutions so far -- 3 Implicit indirect reports -- 4 Simple sentences -- 5 Soames' problem -- 6 Objections -- 7 Free enrichment -- 8 On Corazza's dilemma (Corazza 2004) -- 9 Evaluating a different proposal -- 10 A fundamental objection: Davis (2016) -- 11 Objections by Stephen Schiffer (p.c.) -- 12 Conclusion -- References -- How Demonstrative Complex Pictorial Reference Grounds Contextualism -- 1 The problem with demonstratives -- 2 Demonstrative reference with complex pictures -- References -- Part II: Pragmatics in discourse -- Discourse, sentence grammar and the left periphery of the clause -- 1 Introduction -- 2 The syntax of the left periphery of the clause -- 3 An analysis of Clitic Left Dislocation -- 3.1 the pre-focal topic: generalities -- 3.2 The puzzle -- 3.3 Current theories -- 4 Why is CLLD possible at all? -- 4.1 CLLD and parentheticals -- 4.2 The comma feature projects a phrase in the syntax: -- 4.3 A brief discussion of some theoretical consequences of this proposal -- 5 Hanging Topics and Quotations -- 5.1 A brief discussion of Hanging Topic -- 5.2 A comparison with quotations -- 5.3 Towards an explanation -- 6 Conclusions -- References -- Getting a grip on context as a determinant of meaning -- 1 Common ground -- 2 Context -- 3 Looking at some data -- 4 Conclusions: getting to grips with context -- References -- Theory meets Practice - H. Paul Grice's Maxims of Quality and Manner and the Trobriand Islanders' language use -- 1 Introduction1 -- 2 Situational-Intentional Varieties in Kilivila and the Concept of biga sopa.

3 Biga Sopa and the Gricean Maxims of Quality and Manner -- 4 The Case: The Trobriand Islanders - and Others - versus H. Paul Grice -- References -- ABDUCTIVE INFERENCES IN PRAGMATIC PROCESSES -- 1 The notion of inference in current debate -- 2 Recanati's proposal -- 3 Pragmatic processes -- 3.1 Primary pragmatic process -- 3.2 Secondary pragmatic processes -- 4 Types of inferential processes in relevance-based perspectives -- 5 Abductive inferences -- 5.1 Three types of abductions -- 5.2 Automatic Abduction -- 5.3 Abduction by selection -- 5.4 Creative abduction -- 6 Types of abduction and language usages -- 6.1 Automatic abduction in language usages -- 6.2 Abduction by selection -- 6.3 Creative abduction -- 7 Conclusions: an (enriched) model of linguistic inferences -- References -- Coordinating Meaning: Common Knowledge and Coordination in Speaker Meaning -- 1 SPEAKER MEANING -- 2 THE ASSURANCE GAME MODEL -- 2.1 Assurance Games -- 2.2 Speaker Meaning As An Assurance Game -- 2.3 Lack of Common Knowledge Cases -- 3 HOW COMMON KNOWLEDGE ARISES -- 3.1 Generating the Infinite Sequence -- 3.2 Sentence Meaning as a Common Knowledge Generator -- 4 THE GRICEAN EXPLANATION -- 5 CONCLUSION -- Dworkin's "Semantic Sting" and Behavioral Pragmatics -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Dworkin's "Semantic Sting" -- 3 From the "Semantic Sting" to a Behavioral Pragmatics of Law -- 4 Behavioral Pragmatics and Neuropragmatism -- 5 Behavioral Pragmatics and Law -- 6 Conclusion -- References -- Stories and the transmission of knowledge: Narrative, evidence, credibility and epistemic vigilance -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Narratives transmit knowledge -- 3 Epistemic vigilance -- 4 Tellers bolster credibility -- 5 The role of the listener -- 6 Undermining competence -- 7 Conclusions -- References.

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