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Key Topics in Semantics and Pragmatics

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  10 June 2019

Sandrine Zufferey
Affiliation:
Universität Bern, Switzerland
Jacques Moeschler
Affiliation:
Université de Genève
Anne Reboul
Affiliation:
Institute for Cognitive Sciences-Marc Jeannerod, CNRS UMR 5304
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Implicatures , pp. ii
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Print publication year: 2019

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Meaning and Humour by Goatly, Andrew
Metaphor by Ritchie, L. David
Imperatives by Jary, Mark and Kissine, Mikhail
Modification by Morzycki, Marcin
Semantics for Counting and Measuring by Rothstein, Susan
Irony by Garmendia, Joana
Distributivity by Tsoulas, George and Zweig, Eytan
Semantics and Pragmatics in Sign Languages by Zaremba, Kathryn Davidson
Frame Semantics by Boas, Hans C.
Game-Theoretic Pragmatics by Benz, Anton
Propositional Logic by Hazen, Allen and Pelletier, Jeffrey
Compositionality by Bittner, Maria
The Semantics of Case by Kagan, Olga
Proper Names and Direct Reference by Bochner, Gregory
Attitude Reports by Grano, Thomas
Indirect Speech Acts by Ruytenbeek, Nicolas
Distributivity by Tsoulas, George and Zweig, Eytan
Semantics and Pragmatics in Sign Languages by Zaremba, Kathryn Davidson
Frame Semantics by Boas, Hans C.
Game-Theoretic Pragmatics by Benz, Anton
Propositional Logic by Hazen, Allen and Pelletier, Jeffrey
Compositionality by Bittner, Maria
The Semantics of Case by Kagan, Olga
Proper Names and Direct Reference by Bochner, Gregory
Attitude Reports by Grano, Thomas
Indirect Speech Acts by Ruytenbeek, Nicolas

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