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Discourse, beliefs, and intentions : semantic defaults and propositional attitude ascription 1st ed

Discourse, beliefs, and intentions : semantic defaults and propositional attitude ascription 1st ed

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Jaszczolt, Katarzyna.
서명 / 저자사항
Discourse, beliefs, and intentions : semantic defaults and propositional attitude ascription / K.M. Jaszczolt.
판사항
1st ed.
발행사항
Amsterdam ;   New York :   Elsevier,   1999.  
형태사항
xxii, 362 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
총서사항
Current research in the semantics/pragmatics interface ; v. 2
ISBN
0080430600
서지주기
Includes bibliographical references (p. 341-356) and index.
일반주제명
Semantics. Ambiguity. Pragmatics.
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저자소개

Katarzyna Jaszczolt(지은이)

정보제공 : Aladin

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CONTENTS

Preface = xi

List of Abbreviations and Symbols = xv

Introduction = xvii

1 Semantic Ambiguities and Semantic Underspecification = 1

 1.1 Ambiguous Discourse? = 2

 1.2 Highlights from the Ambiguity Debates = 5

  1.2.1 Logical Form and Propositional Representation = 5

  1.2.2 Ambiguity Tests = 9

  1.2.3 Ambiguity of if then? = 11

  1.2.4 Ambiguity of Negation? = 13

  1.2.5 Ambiguity of and? = 18

  1.2.6 Ambiguity of Number Terms? = 20

  1.2.7 Ambiguity of Definite Noun Phrases? = 23

  1.2.8 Ambiguity of Indefinite Noun Phrases? = 24

  1.2.9 Ambiguity of Propositional Attitude Sentences? = 26

  1.2.10 Interim Conclusions = 26

 1.3 What Is Said = 27

 1.4 Towards Delimiting Implicatures = 37

  1.4.1 Neo-Griceans and Ineradicable Conventions = 37

  1.4.2 Relevance Theory and Frames = 42

 1.5 Conclusions = 44

2 Semantic Defaults = 47

 2.1 Setting the Scene = 48

 2.2 Intentions in Communication = 49

 2.3 The Primary Intention Principle and Definite Descriptions = 51

 2.4 The Principle of the Parsimony of Levels = 56

 2.5 Default Semantics? = 58

  2.5.1 Default Reasoning = 58

  2.5.2 Defeasible Knowledge = 60

  2.5.3 Defaults for Definite Descriptions : Interaction of Intentions = 62

  2.5.4 Defaults for Indefinite Descriptions = 65

 2.6 Other Applications = 66

  2.6.1 On Semantic Representation and Negation Again = 66

  2.6.2 And, or, and if = 67

  2.6.3 Number Terms = 68

 2.7 Defaults in Dynamic Semantics = 70

 2.8 Interim Conclusions = 75

 2.9 The Doubly-Dynamic Approach : Assumption Recovery or Creation? = 76

 2.10 Conclusions = 85

3 Intentionality and Propositional Attitudes = 87

 3.1 'Directedness' of Acts of Consciousness : The Phenomenological Tradition = 88

 3.2 Intentional Relation and Defaults = 92

 3.3 Intentionality and Voluntariness = 94

 3.4 Intentions and Intentionality = 96

 3.5 De Re, De Dicto, and the Horizons = 99

 3.6 Speech Acts : Double Level of Intentionality? = 104

 3.7 Are Intentions in the Head? = 111

 3.8 Intentionality and Ambiguity : Concluding Remarks = 119

4 The Default De Re Principle = 121

 4.1 Propositional Attitudes : A Close-Up = 122

  4.1.1 Propositional Attitudes, Attitude Sentences, and Attitude Reports = 122

  4.1.2 The 'Ortcutt Puzzle' and Its Interpretations = 124

  4.1.3 Factives and Non-Factives = 130

  4.1.4 The Object of Belief = 131

  4.1.5 Defaults for Belief Reports or Defaults for Referring Expressions? = 133

  4.1.6 Varieties of De Re and De Dicto = 135

  4.1.7 Substitutivity? = 137

 4.2 Whose Meaning? On Sense and Mode of Presentation = 142

  4.2.1 In Defence of Speaker-Dependent Senses = 142

  4.2.2 Types of Modes of Presentation and Default Semantics = 147

  4.2.3 The Persistence of Sense = 158

  4.2.4 Sense-Based Semantics? = 161

 4.3 De Re, De Dictol, and De Dicto Proper = 166

 4.4 Red Giants and White Dwarfs : Context-Dependence of Attitude Ascription = 176

 4.5 Default De Re = 183

 4.6 Interim Conclusions = 192

 4.7 Loose Ends : Context and Presupposition Projection = 194

5 The Lexicon and the Power of Referring = 203

 5.1 An Overview = 204

 5.2 Redefining Referring Expressions = 205

 5.3 Proper Names and Modes of Presentation = 211

 5.4 Degrees of Referring : A Unified Approach = 215

 5.5 Referring by Indexicals = 216

 5.6 Referent Accessibility and the Strength of Referring = 223

  5.6.1 The Givenness Hierarchy = 223

  5.6.2 Accessibility Theory = 227

  5.6.3 Classification and Explanation = 230

  5.6.4 Intentions Again = 232

 5.7 Conclusions = 234

6 Vehicles of Thought in Attitude Ascription = 237

 6.1 Thoughts and Acts of Thought = 238

 6.2 Vehicles of Thought = 244

 6.3 Vehicles and Attitudes = 249

  6.3.1 Beyond Language = 249

  6.3.2 Language : The First Vehicle and the Identification of the Referent = 251

  6.3.3 Concepts and the First Vehicle = 256

  6.3.4 Mental Images : The Second Vehicle = 262

  6.3.5 Actions : The Third Vehicle = 267

 6.4 Default Interpretations = 271

 6.5 The Core of Meaning = 272

 6.6 Summary = 274

7 Discourse Representation Theory and Propositional Attitudes = 277

 7.1 Semantics and Pragmatics Revisited = 278

 7.2 Context = 280

 7.3 Belief Expressions and Belief Reports in DRT = 284

 7.4 DRT and Intentions = 296

 7.5 Concluding Remarks = 298

8 Belief Reports in a Contrastive Perspective = 301

 8.1 Belief, Culture, and Translation = 302

 8.2 Contrastive Semantics and Pragmatics = 306

 8.3 Context and Markedness = 310

 8.4 Complementizer That in Contrast = 306

  8.4.1 English and Polish : A Surface Overview = 311

  8.4.2 Degree of Clausiness = 311

  8.4.3 A Lambda-Categorial Language and Sensitivity to Structure = 320

  8.4.4 The Application : Defaults and Clausiness = 324

 8.5 Final Remarks : What Languages Reveal and Hide = 332

9 D$$\acute e$$nouement : Double Occam's Razor = 335

 9.1 The Semantics of Common Sense = 336

 9.2 Beyond Propositional Attitudes = 337

 9.3 Final Remarks = 338

Bibliography = 341

Index = 357



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