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By Iwona Witczak-Plisiecka

ISBN-10: 3631641567

ISBN-13: 9783631641569

This quantity comprises papers which mirror present discussions within the learn of speech activities. the gathering was once encouraged by way of the papers provided at Meaning, Context and Cognition, the 1st foreign convention integrating cognitive linguistics and pragmatics initiated by way of the dep. of English Language and utilized Linguistics of the collage of Łódź (Poland) in 2011 and held each year. The inevitably heterogeneous box of analysis into speech activities is approached via the participants from quite a few views and with specialize in varieties of information. The papers were grouped into 4 sections which accordingly emphasise theoretical linguistics concerns, lexical pragmatics, speech act-theoretic difficulties, and cognitive approaches.

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Consider (2). (2) a. Reasoning: Circle(c), Triangle(t), LeftOf(c,t)} b. ’ For convenience, we use lower-case letters such as ‘c’ and ‘t’ to identify the objects that appear in reasoning. In (2a), we have used the notations of a common first-order logic (FOL) for convenience. This does not mean that our reasoning system uses the rules of FOL. The notation in (2b), which is meant to capture some visual representations, is also chosen for convenience. The essential point in (2b) is that the vision recognizes two distinct objects, one of which is recognized as having the shape of a circle and the other is recognized as having the triangular shape.

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