5 edition of Ambiguities in Intensional Contexts (Studies in Linguistics and Philosophy) found in the catalog.
January 25, 2007
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Sebastian Schuster, Ranjay Krishna, Angel Chang, Li Fei-Fei, and Christopher D. Manning. Resolving Scope Ambiguities of Determiner Phrases in Intensional Contexts with a CCG. pdf. Ambiguities in adhesion contracts (e.g. certificates of incorporation, insurance contracts) should be contract in the context of a burgeoning litigation, many litigators turn immediately to the “boilerplate” or “miscellaneous provisions.” That’s where the contract-interpretation andFile Size: KB.
Page ix - Language is a social art. In acquiring it we have to depend entirely on intersubjectively available cues as to what to say and when. Hence there is no justification for collating linguistic meanings, unless in terms of men's dispositions to respond overtly to socially observable stimulations/5(3). The English ordinary language has ambiguities that need to be clarified as we sometimes refer to an object with a word, e.g., a cat. We refer to the name by using scare quotes, the name of the cat, e.g., the word “cat”. There is ambiguity in the language as regards referring to the cat as a concept, and cat as an object. Intensional context.
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: Ambiguities in Intensional Contexts (Studies in Linguistics and Philosophy) (): Frank Heny: Books. The essays in this book deal with a number of problems in the analysis of intensional language - more especially with the analysis of the personal modalities in natural language.
Together they cover a representative spectrum of the problems of contemporary,interest in this area, in a way that should make them of interest to linguists, logicians and philosophers concerned with natural language.
Quantifier Phrases Are (At Least) Five Ways Ambiguous in Intensional Contexts --On Semantic Scope --Defensible Descriptions --The Ortcutt Connection --Reference and Relational Belief: On Causality Ambiguities in Intensional Contexts book the Pragmatics of 'Referring to' and 'Believing About' --A Pragmatic Analysis of Specificity --Pronouns, Reference and Semantic Laziness --Tense as a Source of Intensional Ambiguity --On Intensionality.
The essays in this book deal with a number of problems in the analysis of intensional language - more especially with the analysis of the personal modalities in natural language. Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first.
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Ejerhed E. () Tense as a Source of Intensional Ambiguity. In: Heny F. (eds) Ambiguities in Intensional Contexts. Synthese Language Library (Texts Cited by: 7.
Ambiguities related to intension and their consequent inference failures are a diverse group, both syntactically and semantically. One particular kind of ambiguity that has received little. Intension and extension, in logic, correlative words that indicate the reference of a term or concept: “intension” indicates the internal content of a term or concept that constitutes its formal definition; and “extension” indicates its range of applicability by naming the particular objects that it denotes.
For instance, the intension of “ship” as a substantive is “vehicle for. an intensional (more accurately, non-extensional) context. The main criterion for calling something an intensional context is the “failure of substitutivity of co-extensional expressions.” • Substitution of extensionally equivalent expressions in an intensional context (on the opaque reading) does not always preserve Size: KB.
Subject as a Conflation of Role and Topicality Factors. Les Bruce | pp. 1– Semantic Extension in the Colour Lexicon. The chapter ends with discussion and treatment of scope ambiguities. Chapter 6 is an introduction to intensional semantics, motivated by classic problems of sense versus reference.
After a brief and approachable survey of intensional contexts, a domain of possible worlds (or indices) is addedto our models and individual concepts. Quantiﬁcational NPs give rise to scope ambiguities when they interact with other quantiﬁers, or when they are embedded under intensional verbs.
In these contexts, we ﬁnd the so-called ‘split’ readings of negative quantiﬁers. Intensional contexts An indeﬁnite NP gets a speciﬁc reading if it takes wide scope over the intensional. Out of that experience grew the introduction that follows.
In contrast with the rest of the book, the introduction is frankly pedagogical. I hope and believe that many who would otherwise find the papers themselves hard to digest will ~e helped on their way by that summary. Ambiguities in Intensional Contexts reduces your potential stress.
The. The chapter ends with discussion and treatment of scope ambiguities. Chapter 6 is an introduction to intensional semantics, motivated by classic problems of sense vs reference. After a brief and approachable survey of intensional contexts, a domain of possible worlds (or indices) is added to our models and individual concepts.
Typically a context that is intensional can be recognized by a failure of the substitutivity of equality when naively applied. Thus, the morning star equals the evening star; you know the morning star equals the morning star; then on substituting equals for equals, you know the morning star equals the evening star.
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1 Conjunction and Contradiction Achille C. Varzi Department of Philosophy, Columbia University, New York (USA) [final version published in G.
Priest, J. Beall, and B. Armour-Garb (eds.), The Law of Non- Contradiction: New Philosophical Essays, Oxford: Oxford University Press,pp. 93–] The Law of Non-Contradiction (LNC) says that no contradiction can be true.
Intensional transitive verbs are also involved in another puzzle of substitution-resistance besides the one already discussed. In the literature on propositional attitude reports, it’s the received view that the complement clauses in such reports refer to propositions.In philosophy of language, a context in which a sub-sentential expression e appears is called extensional if and only if e can be replaced by an expression with the same extension and necessarily preserve extension of a term is the set of objects that that term denotes.
Take the case of Clark Kent, who is secretly e that Lois Lane fell out of a window and.An overview of the information provided in Chapter 15 (excluding subchapter ): Intensional Contexts from Kroeger, Paul.
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