By Iwona Witczak-Plisiecka
This quantity includes papers which replicate present discussions within the examine of speech activities. the gathering used to be encouraged through the papers awarded at Meaning, Context and Cognition, the 1st overseas convention integrating cognitive linguistics and pragmatics initiated through the dep. of English Language and utilized Linguistics of the collage of Łódź (Poland) in 2011 and held every year. The unavoidably heterogeneous box of study into speech activities is approached by way of the individuals from quite a few views and with specialize in kinds of information. The papers were grouped into 4 sections which accordingly emphasise theoretical linguistics matters, lexical pragmatics, speech act-theoretic difficulties, and cognitive techniques.
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However, we think that this divergence is less problematic than the divergence that would be introduced with the use of abstract operators such as quantifiers in a common first-order logic. After all, the perceptual systems can recognize processes that take place in the real world. Thus, providing IDs to processes on its own does not modify the basics. We end this section by showing that we can deal with a basic scope ambiguity between a universal quantifier and a negation. Consider (15). (15) a.
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Cognitive and Pragmatic Aspects of Speech Actions by Iwona Witczak-Plisiecka