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Cognitive practices : human language and human knowledge

Cognitive practices : human language and human knowledge (Loan 2 times)

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Nolan, Rita.
Title Statement
Cognitive practices : human language and human knowledge / Rita Nolan.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Oxford, UK ;   Cambridge, USA :   Blackwell ,   1994.  
Physical Medium
x, 171 p. ; 24 cm.
ISBN
0631189742 (pbk.) 0631189734
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [158]-164) and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Psycholinguistics. Language acquisition. Cognition. Language and languages --Philosophy.
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Contents information

Table of Contents


CONTENTS
Preface = ⅶ
Introduction = 1
1 Language and Cognitive Dynamics = 9
 1 The Question = 9
 2 Language Realism = 10
 3 Cognitive Dynamics = 13
 4 Society and Language = 15
 5 Desiderata for a Theory of Language = 16
 6 The Standard Theory = 18
 7 Foci for Revision = 24
2 The Code Metaphor for Languages = 27
 8 The Semantic Content of the Code Metaphor = 29
 9 Referential Semantics: Breaking the Code? = 38
 10 The New Code Theory = 45
 11 Mature Competency and Language Learning = 48
3 Language Entry = 51
 12 Linguistic Constructionalism = 51
 13 The Fallacy of Linguistic Supervenience = 52
 14 Semantic Theory and Language Learning = 56
 15 Reconceptualizing Language Acquisition = 62
 16 How Long Does It Take? = 62
 17 Superordination = 63
 18 The Cognitive Import of Superordination = 67
 19 The Categorial Structure of Discourse = 71
 20 Conclusion = 73
4 Society in Mind = 78
 21 The Superordination Hypothesis = 78
 22 Unavailable Routes to Language Entry = 85
 23 Two Questions = 88
 24 Interpreting Early Speech = 89
 25 Early Syntax = 100
 26 But What Is Predication? = 104
5 From Response to Assertion = 108
 27 Is There a Transition from Response to Assertion? = 109
 28 Subjects and Predicates = 113
 29 Formal Approaches to Predication = 116
 30 Sensation, Perception, Conception and Judgment = 118
 31 Categories of Perception, Categories of Conception = 119
 32 The Generality Constraint = 121
 33 Developmental Data = 122
 34 From Perceptual Categories to Conceptual Categories = 124
 35 The Emergence of Predication = 125
 36 Some Consequences of "Thick" Superordination = 127
6 Discursive Practices = 133
 37 Mutant Predicates = 134
 38 Conceptual Structures = 137
 39 Towards a Topology of Concepts = 138
 40 Conceptual Spaces and Cognitive Practices = 140
 41 Meaning as Analogical = 142
 42 Discourse Genres = 145
 43 Non-Gricean Pragmatics = 149
 44 Socially Contingent Phenomena = 151
 45 The Attitudes as Socially Contingent = 152
 46 Substructural Indeterminacy = 153
References = 158
Index = 165


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