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Mon Apr 05 2010

Books: Pragmatics: Capone (Ed)

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        1.    Ulrich Lueders, Perspectives on Language Use and Pragmatics: Capone (Ed)

Message 1: Perspectives on Language Use and Pragmatics: Capone (Ed)
Date: 07-Mar-2010
From: Ulrich Lueders <lincom.europat-online.de>
Subject: Perspectives on Language Use and Pragmatics: Capone (Ed)
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Title: Perspectives on Language Use and Pragmatics
Subtitle: A volume in memory of Sorin Stati
Series Title: LINCOM Studies in Pragmatics 16
Published: 2010
Publisher: Lincom GmbH
                http://www.lincom.eu

Editor: Alessandro Capone
Paperback: ISBN: 9783929075724 Pages: 332 Price: Europe EURO 72.80
Abstract:

Note: This is a new version of a previously announced book.

This volume is written in memory of Sorin Stati. The authors of this volume
mainly deal with perspectives on language use and pragmatics. Each of them
has his/her own approach, so the volume should not be taken as representing
a single school of thought. Of course, the ideas expressed in all of the
articles are reminiscent of Wittgenstein's position which privileged
meaning as use. We use language to do many things, to give and to obtain,
to persuade and to order, to interact and create human bonds. Words and
sentences acquire meaning in context, thus a decontextualized approach must
be delegitimized. What the authors in this collection do is to place
emphasis on the power of context and cotext to create meaning through
myriad relations among the constituents of sentences, and among utterances
themselves, which are arranged in discourse following an argumentative logic.

Henriette Walter, Sorin Stati, l'homme et le savant

Jeanne Martinet, Sorin Stati et la SILF (Société Internationale de
Linguistique Fonctionnelle)

Milena Srpová, La variété culturelle dans la traduction et ses traitements
linguistiques

Frans H. van Eemeren, Bart Garssen, Linguistic criteria for judging
composition and division fallacies

Catherine Kerbrat-Orecchioni, Pour une approche transphrastique des actes
de langage

Marcelo Dascal, Types of Polemics and Types of Polemical Moves

Fabio Paglieri, Cristiano Castelfranchi, In parsimony we trust:
non-cooperative roots of linguistic cooperation

Cornelia Ilie, Ideologically biased definitions as institutionally
legitimating arguments

Alessandro Capone, On Pragmemes again. Dealing with death

Alessandro Capone, Pragmemes revisited (conflicts and power within the class)

Dorota Zielinska, Prepositions and explicature from the perspective of the
selective mode of language use in the quantized c-field (SMLU) approach

Maria Helena Araújo Carreira La désignation de la personne en portugais :
le point de vue de la proxémique verbale

Jacques Moeschler, Is pragmatics of discourse possible?

Daniela Pirazzini, Concessivity on the argumentative level of reported
discourse

Bernard Pottier, À propos des relations sémantiques interlexicales

Michael Metzeltin, Larissa A. Drechsler, How much can we expect of the
study of semantics if we accept the indefinable nature of meaning?

Franco Lo Piparo, Gramsci and Wittgenstein. An intriguing connection

Henriette Walter, Face à la mondialisation, le français et les langues
règionales en France

Harro Stammerjohann, Vom unauffälligen Sprechen. Explication de texte

Jacob L. Mey, Discours prononcé à l'occasion de la promotion à 'Docteur
Honoris Causa', Université de Bucharest, le 10 octobre 2006

Jackie Schön, De l'inégalité dans les échanges langagiers avec exemples en
français

Linguistic Field(s): Pragmatics

Written In: English (eng )

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