Context-dependence in the analysis of linguistic meaning

edited by Hans Kamp, Barbara Partee

Does context and context-dependence belong to the research agenda of semantics - and, specifically, of formal semantics? Not so long ago many linguists and philosophers would probably have given a negative answer to the question. However, recent developments in formal semantics have indicated that analyzing natural language semantics without a thorough accommodation of context-dependence is next to impossible. The classification of the ways in which context and context-dependence enter semantic analysis, though, is still a matter of much controversy and some of these disputes are ventilated in the present collection. This book is not only a collection of papers addressing context-dependence and methods for dealing with it: it also records comments to the papers and the authors' replies to the comments. In this way, the contributions themselves are contextually dependent. In view of the fact that the contributors to the volume are such key figures in contemporary formal semantics as Hans Kamp, Barbara Partee, Reinhard Muskens, Nicholas Asher, Manfred Krifka, Jaroslav Peregrin and many others, the book represents a quite unique inquiry into the current activities on the semantics side of the semantics/pragmatics boundary.

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[目次]

  • I. Papers
  • Empty-domain Effects for Presuppositional and Non-presuppositional Determiners, D. Abush, M. Rooth
  • From Discourse Macro-Structure to Micro-Structure and Back Again: Discourse Semantics and the Focus/Background Distinction, N. Asher
  • Fixing the Reference Situations: German Temporal Conjunctions, R. Bauerle
  • Accommodating Topics, D. Beaver
  • On Context and Identity, P. Dekker
  • Are Context Change Potentials Functions?, T. Fernando
  • A Minimal Theory of Adverbial Quantification, Kai von Fintel
  • Focus and the Boundaries of the Language System, E. Haji 0d
  • ova
  • Focus and/or Context: A Second Look at Second Occurrence Expressions, M. Krifka
  • Topic, Focus, and Some Aspects of the Semantics of Discourse, P. Kubon
  • Why not Kim Basinger? On the Art des Gegebenseins of a Contextually Given Set, A. Merin
  • Order-Independence and Underspecification, R. Muskens
  • Dynamic Semantics with Choice Functions, J. Peregrin, K. von Heusinger
  • Topics and the Conceptual Interface, T. Reinhart
  • Presuppositions of Existence and of Uniqueness, and Allegation, P. Sgall
  • Tertiumne Datur? Possessive Pronouns and the Bipartition of the Lexicon, T.E. Zimmermann
  • II. Comments
  • Comments on Tim Fernando: Mathematical Treatments of Contexts, N. Asher
  • Comments on Manfred Krifka: Can Pragmatic Accounts Explain Pseudo-Secondary Effects of Focus?, N. Asher
  • Comments on Asher and Krifka: Acoustic Correlates of Second Occurrence Focus: Toward and Experimental Investigation, C. Bartels
  • Comments on Beavers and von Fintels Theories of Presuppostition Accommodation, S. Berman
  • Comments on Zimmermann: Tertium Evitari Non Potest: On Ede Zimmermanns Bipartition of the Lexicon, M. Bierwisch
  • Cases, Adverbs, Situations and Events, P. Dekker
  • Comments on Beaver: Presupposition Accomodation and Quantifier Domains, Kai von Fintel
  • Comments on Reinhart: The Syntactic Roots of Discourse Cohesion, Kai von Fintel
  • Comments on von Fintel, E Haji 0d
  • ova
  • Remarks on Focus Sensitive Particles (to Krifkas and von Fintels Papers), E. Haji 0d
  • ova, Petr Sgall
  • Remarks on DRT and TFA, E. Haji 0d
  • ova, P. Sgall
  • Comments on Kaplans Demonstratives and Zimmermanns Tertiumne Datur? Possessive Pronouns and the Bipartition of the Lexicon, H. Kamp, A. Robetadeutcher
  • Comments on Dekker, J. Peregrin
  • Comments on Krifka, J. Peregrin
  • A Comment on Reinhard Muskens Paper: Order Independence and Underspecification, M. Pinkal
  • Comments on Krifkas Paper, M. Rooth
  • Topichood and the Stage/Individual Distinction, H. de Swart
  • Negation: Scope and Anaphora, H. de Swart
  • Topic, Focus, and Presupposition, H. de Swart
  • Remarks on the Epistemic Role of Discourse Referents, T.E. Zimmermann
  • III. Authors Replies
  • Minimal Replies to: Dekker, Haji 0d
  • ova & Sgall, Berman and De Swart, K. von Fintel
  • Replies to: Rooth, Bartels, Asher and Peregrin, M. Krifka
  • Replies to: Bierwisch, Kamp & Robetadeutscher and Muskens, T.E. Zimmermann

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書名 Context-dependence in the analysis of linguistic meaning
著作者等 Kamp, Hans
Partee, Barbara Hall
Partee Barbara B. H.
シリーズ名 Current research in the semantics/pragmatics interface
出版元 Elsevier
刊行年月 2004
ページ数 xii, 554 p.
大きさ 24 cm
ISBN 0080436943
NCID BA70489237
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言語 英語
出版国 オランダ
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