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Depraetere, Ilse

Semantics and Pragmatics: Drawing a Line

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Table of contents

1. Introduction
Ilse Depraetere, Raphael Salkie

Part I. Drawing a Line

2. Free Pragmatic Enrichment, Expansion, Saturation, Completion: A View from Linguistics
Ilse Depraetere, Raphael Salkie

3. Drawing More Lines: Response to Depraetere and Salkie
Kent Bach

Part II. Crossing Borders

4. Is Pragmatics About Mind Reading?
Siobhan Chapman

5. Pragmatics Between Experiment and Rationality: Response to Chapman
Anton Benz

6. Lexical Pragmatics, Explicature and Ad Hoc Concepts
Alison Hall

7. A Cognitive, Usage-Based View on Lexical Pragmatics: Response to Hall
Maarten Lemmens

8. What’s Pragmatics Doing Outside Constructions?
Bert Cappelle

9. Constructions, Templates and Pragmatics: Response to Cappelle
Frank Liedtke

10. Early Intervention at the Interface: Semantic-Pragmatic Strategies for Facilitating Conversation with Children with Developmental Disabilities
Susan Foster-Cohen, Tze Peng Wong

11. Appropriate Pragmatic Behaviour: Response to Foster-Cohen and Wong
Gerhard Schaden

12. About Concerns
Max Kölbel

13. About the Lekton: Response to Kölbel
François Recanati

Part III. Exploring New Territory

14. Why Quotation Is Not a Semantic Phenomenon, and Why It Calls for a Pragmatic Theory
Philippe Brabanter

15. Demonstrating vs. Depicting: Response to De Brabanter
Raphael Salkie

16. The Meanings of have and the Semantics/Pragmatics Interface
Ilse Depraetere

17. The Comprehension of Indirect Requests: Previous Work and Future Directions
Nicolas Ruytenbeek

18. Prosody, Procedures and Pragmatics
Kate Scott

19. Drawing Things Together: Concluding Remarks
Billy Clark

Keywords: Philosophy, Philosophy of Language, Theoretical Linguistics, Logic

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2017
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Logic, Argumentation & Reasoning
Category
Philosophy
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9783319322476
Printed ISBN
978-3-319-32245-2

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