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that would explain the same data by introducing an additional system (say, a hybrid system) of a different kind. Thus, the data of interest to proponents of the extended view do not motivate the commitment to an extended system. What could motivate such a commitment would be the discovery of an

In: Cognitive Semantics
Author: Laura A. Janda

of meaning containing transitional or hybrid types; functor words like prepositions and conjunctions are examples of hybrids that carry both lexical and grammatical semantic freight. From the supra- and segmental features of phonology through morphology, syntax, and discourse pragmatics, all of

In: Cognitive Semantics

forthrightly titled this hybrid rationale Agentive Cognitive Construction Grammar . Needless to say, this theoretical framework makes do with much more than deciding whether pairings of form and function (constructions) are stored, frequently used, register-driven, or discourse sensitive. The real problem

In: Cognitive Semantics
Author: Martina Lampert

and/or legalistic demands of the inaugurals’ cultural significance. References Brabanter De , Philippe. 2010 . The Semantics and Pragmatics of Hybrid Quotations . Language and Linguistics Compass 4 : 107 – 120 . Kasimir Elke . 2008 . Prosodic correlates of subclausal quotation

In: Cognitive Semantics

two sets of specifications in a sentence … in which a hearer generates an often imaginative conceptual hybrid that accommodates both the original conceptual inputs in some novel relation to each other.” With regard to the way -construction, the cognitive concept of blend—which, of course, has

In: Cognitive Semantics
Author: EunHee Lee

place. 1.5 A Uniform Treatment of Pronouns I argue that all pronouns, including indexical ones, refer to salient/prominent discourse entities. In ordinary conversations, indexical pronouns denote the features of the utterance context. When a different speech context/world is made prominent, as in hybrid

In: The Logic of Narratives
Author: EunHee Lee

if only the expressive component should be rejected. (12) A: Lessing was a Boche. B′: #No, I don’t approve this way of speaking. B′′: #No, I like Germans. Gutzman (2008) proposes to extend Potts’ system by including composition rules for pure and hybrid expressive types as well as mixed expressives

In: The Logic of Narratives
Author: EunHee Lee

supporting the original no-narrator hypothesis (Banfield, 1982). I further argued that FID is a third kind of speech and thought representation, occupying its own legitimate place in the logical typology of speech/thought reports, rather than a hybrid of the most ‘mimetic’ Direct Discourse ( DD ) and the

In: The Logic of Narratives
Author: EunHee Lee

, having no model-theoretic effects. In this sense, my new PDRS can be thought of as a hybrid representation that provides not only the truth conditions, as in formal semantics, but also the mental representations of the language user, as in cognitive linguistics. In (34) above, the time(pov) is updated

In: The Logic of Narratives
Author: EunHee Lee

together with a complementizer if in ID . The expressive adverb frigging is not included in ID . (15) a. Ove asked: “Am I frigging laid off now?” b. Ove asked if he was laid off then. A third form of speech/thought report, FID , appears to have a hybrid structure between DD and ID , as

In: The Logic of Narratives