Perspectives On Linguistic Pragmatics by Alessandro CaponePerspectives On Linguistic Pragmatics by Alessandro Capone

Perspectives On Linguistic Pragmatics

byAlessandro CaponeEditorFranco Lo Piparo, Marco Carapezza

Paperback | August 27, 2016

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Title:Perspectives On Linguistic PragmaticsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:543 pages, 23.5 × 15.5 × 1.73 inPublished:August 27, 2016Publisher:Springer NatureLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1. Noel Burton-Roberts, Meaning, semantics and semiotics.- Chapter 2. Louise Cummings, Clinical pragmatics and theory of mind.- Chapter 3. Nicholas Allott, Relevance Theory.- Chapter 4. Alison Hall, Relevance theory, semantic content and pragmatic enrichment.- Chapter 5. Alessandro Capone, Explicatures are NOT cancellable.- Chapter 6. Alessandro, Capone, The pragmatics of indirect reports and slurring.- Chapter 7. Eleni Gregoromichelaki and Ruth Kempson, Grammars as processes for interactive language use: incrementality and the emergence of joint intentionality.- Chapter 8. Yan Huang, Logophoricity and neo-Gricean truth-conditional pragmatics.- Chapter 9. Eros Corazza, Some notes on point of view.- Chapter 10. Keith Allan, Referring to what counts as the referent.- Chapter 11. Keith Allan, What is common ground?.- Chapter 12. Bart Geurts and Emar Maier Layered Discourse Representation Theory.- Chapter 13. Mandy Simons, On the conversational basis of some presuppositions.- Chapter 14. Klaus von Heusinger, The salience theory of definiteness.- Chapter 15. Istvan Kecskes and Fenghui Zhang, On the dynamic relationship between common ground and presupposition.- Chapter 16. Alan Libert, What can pragmaticists learn from studying artificial languages?.- Chapter 17. Sorin Stati, Implicit propositions in an argumentative approach.- Chapter 18. Marco Mazzone, Automatic and controlled processes in pragmatics.- Chapter 19. Dorota Zielinska, The mechanism of the form-content correlation process in the paradigm of empirical sciences.- Chapter 20. Marco Carapezza and Pierluigi Biancini, Language game: calcolus or pragmatic act?