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The Routledge handbook of semantics [electronic resource]

The Routledge handbook of semantics [electronic resource]

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E-Book(소장)
Personal Author
Riemer, Nick, 1972-.
Title Statement
The Routledge handbook of semantics [electronic resource] / edited by Nick Riemer.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon ;   New York, NY :   Routledge,   2016.  
Physical Medium
1 online resource (xvi, 534 p.).
기타형태 저록
Print version:   Riemer, Nick.   Routledge handbook of semantics.   Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge,   2015   9780415661737   (211009) 000045846375  
Series Statement
Routledge handbooks in linguistics
ISBN
9781317412458 (electronic bk.) 1317412451 (electronic bk.) 9780415661737
요약
The Routledge Handbook of Semantics provides a broad and state-of-the-art survey of this field, covering semantic research at both word and sentence level. It presents a synoptic view of the most important areas of semantic investigation, including contemporary methodologies and debates, and indicating possible future directions in the field. Written by experts from around the world, the 29 chapters cover key issues and approaches within the following areas:meaning and conceptualisation; meaning and context; lexical semantics; semantics of specific phenomena; development, change and variation.
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Title from e-Book title page.  
Content Notes
The Routledge Handbook of Semantics-Front Cover; The Routledge Handbook of Semantics; Title Page; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Figures; Tables; Contributors; Acknowledgements; Introduction: Semantics -- a theory in search of an object; References; Part I: Foundational issues; Chapter 1: (Descriptive) Externalism in semantics; 1 Introduction; 2 Varieties of externalism and internalism; 3 Against externalism; 4 For externalism; 5 Concluding remark; Acknowledgments; Further reading; References; Related topics; Chapter 2: Internalist semantics: Meaning, conceptualization and expression.
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
이용가능한 다른형태자료
Issued also as a book.  
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Semantics --Handbooks, manuals, etc. Semantics, Historical --Handbooks, manuals, etc. Lexicology.
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505 8 ▼a 1 Introduction2 Features of concepts; 3 Critiques of internalist semantics; 4 Future directions; Further reading; References; Related topics; Chapter 3: A history of semantics; 1 Naming; 2 Realism vs. nominalism; 3 The earliest forays into lexical semantics; 4 Componential analysis; 5 Prototype and stereotype semantics; 6 Frame semantics; 7 Semantics within syntactic structures; 8 Alternatives to Katzian semantics; 9 Conceptual semantics; 10 The importance of truth conditions; 11 The development of formal semantics; 12 Dynamic semantics; 13 Conclusion; Further reading; References.
505 8 ▼a Related topicsPart II: Approaches; Chapter 4: Foundations of formal semantics; 1 Introduction; 2 Formal semantics; 3 Rules, binding and quantification; 4 Structure of models; 5 The relation of semantics to context; 6 Conclusion; Further reading; References; Related topics; Chapter 5: Cognitive semantics; 1 Introduction; 2 Critical issues and topics; 3 Conclusions; Further reading; References; Related topics; Chapter 6: Corpus semantics; 1 Data, definitions and initial examples; 2 Historical perspectives; 3 Current contributions and research; 4 Future directions; 5 Conclusions; Further reading.
505 8 ▼a 3 Beyond thinking for speaking: Whorfian psychophysics4 When are the effects of language on thought "important"?; 5 Varieties of linguistic relativity effects; Acknowledgements; Further reading; References; Related topics; Part IV: Meaning and context; Chapter 10: Semantics and pragmatics; 1 Introduction; 2 Grice's conversational implicature; 3 Detaching sentence meaning from truth-conditions; 4 The growth of contextualism; 5 Restricting context; 6 Dynamic semantics; 7 Cognitive semantics; 8 Conclusion; Further reading; References; Related topics; Chapter 11: Contextual adjustment of meaning.
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Table of Contents

The Routledge Handbook of Semantics-Front Cover -- The Routledge Handbook of Semantics -- Title Page -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Contents -- Figures -- Tables -- Contributors -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction: Semantics – a theory in search of an object -- References -- Part I: Foundational issues -- Chapter 1: (Descriptive) Externalism in semantics -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Varieties of externalism and internalism -- 3 Against externalism -- 4 For externalism -- 5 Concluding remark -- Acknowledgments -- Further reading -- References -- Related topics -- Chapter 2: Internalist semantics: Meaning, conceptualization and expression -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Features of concepts -- 3 Critiques of internalist semantics -- 4 Future directions -- Further reading -- References -- Related topics -- Chapter 3: A history of semantics -- 1 Naming -- 2 Realism vs. nominalism -- 3 The earliest forays into lexical semantics -- 4 Componential analysis -- 5 Prototype and stereotype semantics -- 6 Frame semantics -- 7 Semantics within syntactic structures -- 8 Alternatives to Katzian semantics -- 9 Conceptual semantics -- 10 The importance of truth conditions -- 11 The development of formal semantics -- 12 Dynamic semantics -- 13 Conclusion -- Further reading -- References -- Related topics -- Part II: Approaches -- Chapter 4: Foundations of formal semantics -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Formal semantics -- 3 Rules, binding and quantification -- 4 Structure of models -- 5 The relation of semantics to context -- 6 Conclusion -- Further reading -- References -- Related topics -- Chapter 5: Cognitive semantics -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Critical issues and topics -- 3 Conclusions -- Further reading -- References -- Related topics -- Chapter 6: Corpus semantics -- 1 Data, definitions and initial examples -- 2 Historical perspectives -- 3 Current contributions and research -- 4 Future directions -- 5 Conclusions -- Further reading -- References -- Related topics -- Part III: Meaning and conceptualization -- Chapter 7: Categories, prototypes and exemplars -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Word meaning and semantic categories -- 3 Future directions -- 4 Conclusions -- Further reading -- References -- Related topics -- Chapter 8: Embodiment, simulation and meaning -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Current research on simulation -- 3 Toward a simulation semantics -- 4 Current and future directions -- Further reading -- References -- Related topics -- Chapter 9: Linguistic relativity -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Are Whorfian effects limited to effects of “thinking for speaking”? -- 3 Beyond thinking for speaking: Whorfian psychophysics -- 4 When are the effects of language on thought “important”? -- 5 Varieties of linguistic relativity effects -- Acknowledgements -- Further reading -- References -- Related topics -- Part IV: Meaning and context -- Chapter 10: Semantics and pragmatics -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Grice’s conversational implicature -- 3 Detaching sentence meaning from truth-conditions -- 4 The growth of c.
ontextualism -- 5 Restricting context -- 6 Dynamic semantics -- 7 Cognitive semantics -- 8 Conclusion -- Further reading -- References -- Related topics -- Chapter 11: Contextual adjustment of meaning -- 1 Introduction: sentence meaning and speaker meaning -- 2 Linguistic communication: semantics and pragmatics -- 3 Pragmatic enrichment -- 4 Occasion-specific word meanings -- 5 Encoded word meanings: concepts or semantically underspecified? -- 6 Conclusion: contextual adjustment of meaning and pragmaticism -- Further reading -- References -- Related topics -- Part V: Lexical semantics -- Chapter 12: Lexical decomposition -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Motivations and rationales for decomposition -- 3 Questions and problems -- 4 Conclusion -- Further reading -- References -- Related topics -- Chapter 13: Sense individuation -- 1 Drawing distinctions -- 2 Blurring the lines -- 3 Exploring the consequences -- 4 Defining a programme -- Further reading -- References -- Related topics -- Chapter 14: Sense relations -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Historical perspective -- 3 Critical issues -- 4 Current methodologies, approaches and accounts -- 5 Hyponymy, incompatibility and meronymy -- 6 Future directions -- Further reading -- References -- Related topics -- Chapter 15: Semantic shift -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Critical issues -- 3 Conceptual tools -- 4 Empirical methods -- 5 Future directions -- Further reading -- References -- Related topics -- Part VI: Semantics of specific phenomena -- Chapter 16: The semantics of nominals -- 1 Nouns and noun phrases -- 2 The nucleus -- 3 The layers of determination -- 4 Concluding remarks -- Further reading -- References -- Related topics -- Chapter 17: Negation and polarity -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Negation -- 3 Negative polarity items -- 4 Conclusion and open issues -- Further reading -- References -- Related topics -- Chapter 18: Varieties of quantification -- 1 What is a quantifier in natural language? -- 2 Uniformity: generalized quantifiers -- 3 Diversity in the behaviour of quantifiers -- 4 Compositionality in quantifier words and future directions -- Further reading -- References -- Related topics -- Chapter 19: Lexical and grammatical aspect -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Lexical aspect -- 3 Grammatical aspect (viewpoint aspect) -- 4 Typology versus individual languages: the case of Slavic -- 5 Parallels between nouns and verbs -- 6 Current approaches and future directions -- Further reading -- References -- Related topics -- Chapter 20: Tense -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Some controversial issues -- 3 Theories of tense -- 4 Future directions: tense, semantics and pragmatics -- Further reading -- References -- Related topics -- Chapter 21: Modality -- 1 Introduction -- 2 The meaning of modals: some controversial issues -- 3 The diachronic development of modal meaning -- 4 Conclusion and future directions -- Further reading -- References -- Related topics -- Chapter 22: Event semantics -- 1 The nature of events -- 2 Classifying events on the.
basis of time schemata -- 3 The ins and outs of predicate decomposition -- 4 Are there limits on the complexity of verb meaning? -- 5 Deriving categories of situations -- 6 Which event properties matter to syntax? -- Further reading -- References -- Related topics -- Chapter 23: Participant roles -- 1 Overview of participant roles and of role-related notions -- 2 Main topics -- 3 Theoretical approaches -- 4 Future directions -- Further reading -- References -- Related topics -- Chapter 24: Compositionality -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Challenges to compositionality: critical issues and topics -- 3 Context -- 4 Attempting to reconcile context and compositionality -- 5 Current contributions and research -- 6 Conclusion -- Acknowledgments -- Further reading -- References -- Related topics -- Chapter 25: The semantics of lexical typology -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Critical issues -- 3 Componential analysis -- 4 Natural semantic metalanguage -- 5 Denotation-based or etic-grid semantics -- 6 Combinatorial lexical typology -- 7 Semantic maps -- 8 Future prospects -- Further reading -- References -- Related topics -- Part VII: Extensions -- Chapter 26: Acquisition of meaning -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Current contributions and research -- 3 Conclusion and future directions -- Further reading -- Related topics -- References -- Chapter 27: Expressives -- 1 The expressive function of language -- 2 The expressive function in early twentieth-century linguistics -- 3 Expressives in cognitive and formal semantics -- 4 The demarcation of expressives and descriptives -- 5 Expressive forms on different linguistic levels -- 6 Speech acts and discourse -- 7 Conclusion -- Further reading -- References -- Related topics -- Chapter 28: Interpretative semantics -- 1 Some context -- 2 General principles -- 3 Scales of description -- 4 Methodology of an instrumental semantics -- 5 Applications -- Further reading -- References -- Related topics -- Chapter 29: Semantic processing -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Incrementality -- 3 Predictability -- 4 Lexical semantics -- 5 Combinatorial semantics -- 6 (Im)plausibility -- 7 Semantics in language production -- 8 Summary and conclusions -- Further reading -- References -- Related topics -- Index -- .

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