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    Title: Semantics and Cognitive: An Introduction
    Authors: 蕭宇超
    Hsiao, Yuchau E.
    Date: 2003-04
    Issue Date: 2009-01-17 09:34:24 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: Langackerians and Chomskyites alike would probably agree that the purpose of
    linguistic analysis is to explicate the mental representations and processes resulting in
    linguistic behavior, and so a fundamental issue of current linguistic theory is the cognitive
    processing of meaning. The intersection of semantics and cognition has developed along
    at least four lines: (1) Meaning is equivalent to conceptualization, schematically and
    structurally represented in the human mind; (2) the meanings of clauses or sentences are
    essentially based on the semantic properties of predicates with reference to their argument
    roles; (3) phrasal constructions carry independent meanings which interact with the
    meanings of verbs in non-trivial ways; (4) interpretation of meaning does not rely solely
    on semantic structure, but is crucially ascribed to pragmatic factors (such as discourse
    manipulation or talk-in-interaction). The discussion that follows will sketch out these four approaches.
    Relation: 語言暨語言學 4(2),197-205
    Data Type: article
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