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The Resource Discourse and the continuity of reference : representing mental categorization, by Cornelia Zelinsky-Wibbelt, (electronic resource)

Discourse and the continuity of reference : representing mental categorization, by Cornelia Zelinsky-Wibbelt, (electronic resource)

Label
Discourse and the continuity of reference : representing mental categorization
Title
Discourse and the continuity of reference
Title remainder
representing mental categorization
Statement of responsibility
by Cornelia Zelinsky-Wibbelt
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1952-
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Zelinsky-Wibbelt, Cornelia
Dewey number
401/.43/019
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
  • theses
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Reference (Linguistics)
  • Categorization (Psychology)
  • Psycholinguistics
  • Discourse analysis
  • Language and languages
Label
Discourse and the continuity of reference : representing mental categorization, by Cornelia Zelinsky-Wibbelt, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Revision of the author's Habilitationsschrift--Hanover University
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • ""Preface""; ""List of figures""; ""1 Introduction""; ""1.1 Reference and categorization""; ""1.2 Cognitive linguistics""; ""1.3 Non-focussed objectives""; ""1.4 Overview""; ""2 Philosophical issues in reference and truth""; ""2.1 Prom intension to extension""; ""2.2 The inextricability vs. the inscrutability of language""; ""2.3 The collective achievement of intensions""; ""2.4 The acquisition of knowledge and language""; ""2.5 Joining referential realism with referential holism""; ""2.6 Wittgensteinâ€?s empirical fallacy""; ""2.7 From linguistic object to the objective subject""
  • ""2.8 Intersubjectivizing empirical knowledge""""2.9 Mutual knowledge vs. relevance""; ""2.10 Chomskyâ€?s empirical paradox""; ""2.11 Linguistic competence as the atomistic residue""; ""2.12 The mind as a black box""; ""2.13 The encyclopedic unity of linguistic knowledge""; ""2.14 Conclusion""; ""3 Psychological theories of reference and categorization""; ""3.1 Gibsonâ€?s approach to ecological realism""; ""3.2 Neisserâ€?s ecological approach""; ""3.3 Piagetâ€?s constructivism""; ""3.4 Johnson-Lairdâ€?s mental model theory""; ""3.5 Conclusion""
  • ""4 Selecting the psychological model of reference""""4.1 The economical abstraction of prototypes""; ""4.2 The economical processing of prototypes""; ""4.3 The semantic priority of information processing""; ""4.4 Categorization and reference""; ""4.5 Conclusion""; ""5 Representing mental categorization""; ""5.1 The speakersâ€? VOLITION""; ""5.2 Prototypes and schemata""; ""5.3 Centre vs. periphery of a conceptual region""; ""5.4 Linguistic vs. encyclopedic meaning""; ""5.5 Top-down inheritance""; ""5.6 Categorization and the continuity of reference""
  • ""5.7 Categorization and referential integration""""5.8 The hierarchical representation of categorization""; ""5.9 Schematizing along the conceptual type hierarchy""; ""5.10 The unification-based formalism""; ""5.11 Distinguishing lexical vagueness from polysemy""; ""5.12 Different types of lexical vagueness""; ""5.13 Polysemy across basic cognitive domains""; ""5.14 The lexical representation of basic cognitive domains""; ""5.15 Autonomous vs. dependent predications""; ""5.16 Conclusion""; ""6 Domains of the conceptual type hierarchy""; ""6.1 Nominal predications""
  • ""6.2 Relational predications""""6.3 Conclusion""; ""7 Representing discourse domains""; ""7.1 Schemata, frames, and scripts""; ""7.2 Discourse representation by mental models""; ""7.3 Relating image schemata and mental models""; ""7.4 Inferring implicit information""; ""7.5 Conclusion""; ""8 Metonymy and metaphor as universals""; ""8.1 Metonymy as domain representation""; ""8.2 Langackerâ€?s billiard-ball model""; ""8.3 Metaphors as extensions across domains""; ""8.4 Metaphorical models of abstract domains""; ""8.5 Conclusion""; ""9 Contextual functions""
Control code
ocn811372203
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (x, 354 pages :)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783110808698
Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Other physical details
illustrations
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)811372203
Label
Discourse and the continuity of reference : representing mental categorization, by Cornelia Zelinsky-Wibbelt, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
Revision of the author's Habilitationsschrift--Hanover University
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • ""Preface""; ""List of figures""; ""1 Introduction""; ""1.1 Reference and categorization""; ""1.2 Cognitive linguistics""; ""1.3 Non-focussed objectives""; ""1.4 Overview""; ""2 Philosophical issues in reference and truth""; ""2.1 Prom intension to extension""; ""2.2 The inextricability vs. the inscrutability of language""; ""2.3 The collective achievement of intensions""; ""2.4 The acquisition of knowledge and language""; ""2.5 Joining referential realism with referential holism""; ""2.6 Wittgensteinâ€?s empirical fallacy""; ""2.7 From linguistic object to the objective subject""
  • ""2.8 Intersubjectivizing empirical knowledge""""2.9 Mutual knowledge vs. relevance""; ""2.10 Chomskyâ€?s empirical paradox""; ""2.11 Linguistic competence as the atomistic residue""; ""2.12 The mind as a black box""; ""2.13 The encyclopedic unity of linguistic knowledge""; ""2.14 Conclusion""; ""3 Psychological theories of reference and categorization""; ""3.1 Gibsonâ€?s approach to ecological realism""; ""3.2 Neisserâ€?s ecological approach""; ""3.3 Piagetâ€?s constructivism""; ""3.4 Johnson-Lairdâ€?s mental model theory""; ""3.5 Conclusion""
  • ""4 Selecting the psychological model of reference""""4.1 The economical abstraction of prototypes""; ""4.2 The economical processing of prototypes""; ""4.3 The semantic priority of information processing""; ""4.4 Categorization and reference""; ""4.5 Conclusion""; ""5 Representing mental categorization""; ""5.1 The speakersâ€? VOLITION""; ""5.2 Prototypes and schemata""; ""5.3 Centre vs. periphery of a conceptual region""; ""5.4 Linguistic vs. encyclopedic meaning""; ""5.5 Top-down inheritance""; ""5.6 Categorization and the continuity of reference""
  • ""5.7 Categorization and referential integration""""5.8 The hierarchical representation of categorization""; ""5.9 Schematizing along the conceptual type hierarchy""; ""5.10 The unification-based formalism""; ""5.11 Distinguishing lexical vagueness from polysemy""; ""5.12 Different types of lexical vagueness""; ""5.13 Polysemy across basic cognitive domains""; ""5.14 The lexical representation of basic cognitive domains""; ""5.15 Autonomous vs. dependent predications""; ""5.16 Conclusion""; ""6 Domains of the conceptual type hierarchy""; ""6.1 Nominal predications""
  • ""6.2 Relational predications""""6.3 Conclusion""; ""7 Representing discourse domains""; ""7.1 Schemata, frames, and scripts""; ""7.2 Discourse representation by mental models""; ""7.3 Relating image schemata and mental models""; ""7.4 Inferring implicit information""; ""7.5 Conclusion""; ""8 Metonymy and metaphor as universals""; ""8.1 Metonymy as domain representation""; ""8.2 Langackerâ€?s billiard-ball model""; ""8.3 Metaphors as extensions across domains""; ""8.4 Metaphorical models of abstract domains""; ""8.5 Conclusion""; ""9 Contextual functions""
Control code
ocn811372203
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (x, 354 pages :)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783110808698
Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Other physical details
illustrations
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)811372203

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