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100 1  Levinson, Stephen C.|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/
       n82130989 
245 10 Presumptive meanings :|bthe theory of generalized 
       conversational implicature /|cStephen C. Levinson. 
264  1 Cambridge, Mass. :|bMIT Press,|c2000. 
300    1 online resource (xxiii, 480 pages). 
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490 1  Language, speech, and communication 
500    "A Bradford book." 
504    Includes bibliographical references (pages 425-450) and 
       indexes. 
505 00 |tConventions --|tPreface --|tNote to Students --
       |tAcknowledgments --|tIntroduction --|g1.|tOn the Notion 
       of a Generalized Coversational Inplicature --|g2.|tThe 
       Phenomena --|g3.|tGeneralized Conversational Implicature 
       and the Semantics/ Pragmatics Interface --|g4.|tGrammer 
       and Implicature: Sentential Anaphora Reexamined --|g5.
       |tEpilogue --|tNotes --|tReferences --|tName Index --
       |tSubject Index. 
520 8  Annotation|bWhen we speak, we mean more than we say. In 
       this book Stephen C. Levinson explains some general 
       processes that underlie presumptions in communication. 
       This is the first extended discussion of preferred 
       interpretation in language understanding, integrating much
       of the best research in linguistic pragmatics from the 
       last two decades. Levinson outlines a theory of 
       presumptive meanings, or preferred interpretations, 
       governing the use of language, building on the idea of 
       implicature developed by the philosopher H.P. Grice. Some 
       of the indirect information carried by speech is presumed 
       by default because it is carried by general principles, 
       rather than inferred from specific assumptions about 
       intention and context. Levinson examines this class of 
       general pragmatic inferences in detail, showing how they 
       apply to a wide range of linguistic constructions. This 
       approach has radical consequences for how we think about 
       language and communication. 
546    English. 
588 0  Print version record. 
650  0 Semantics.|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/subjects/
       sh85119870 
650  0 Formal languages|xSemantics.|0http://id.loc.gov/
       authorities/subjects/sh85050803 
650  0 Implication (Logic)|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/
       subjects/sh85064647 
650  0 Pragmatics.|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/subjects/
       sh85106058 
650  0 Grammar, Comparative and general.|0http://id.loc.gov/
       authorities/subjects/sh85056260 
655  4 Electronic books. 
776 08 |iPrint version:|aLevinson, Stephen C.|tPresumptive 
       meanings.|dCambridge, Mass. : MIT Press, 2000|z0262621304
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970 01 |tConventions 
970 01 |tPreface 
970 01 |tNote to Students 
970 01 |tAcknowledgments 
970 01 |tIntroduction|p1 
970 11 |lCh. 1|tOn the Notion of a Generalized Conversational 
       Implicature|p11 
970 12 |l1.0|tThe Argument|p11 
970 12 |l1.1|tGrice's Program|p12 
970 12 |l1.2|tThree Layers versus Two in the Theory of 
       Communication|p21 
970 12 |l1.3|tThe Argument from Design: The Maxims as Heuristics
       |p27 
970 12 |l1.4|tA Typology of GCIs|p35 
970 12 |l1.5|tNon-monotonicity and Default Reasoning|p42 
970 12 |l1.6|tAgainst Reduction of GCIs to Nonce Speaker-Meaning
       |p54 
970 12 |l1.7|tGeneralized Implicature and Stable Patterns of 
       Lexicalization|p64 
970 12 |l1.8|tConclusions|p71 
970 11 |lCh. 2|tThe Phenomena|p73 
970 12 |l2.1|tIntroduction|p73 
970 12 |l2.2|tThe Q Principle|p75 
970 12 |l2.3|tExploring I-Inferences|p112 
970 12 |l2.4|tM-Implicatures and Horn's Division of Labor|p135 
970 12 |l2.5|tThe Joint Effect of Q-, I- and M-Implicatures|p153 
970 11 |lCh. 3|tGeneralized Conversational Implicature and the 
       Semantics/Pragmatics Interface|p165 
970 12 |l3.1|tBackground|p165 
970 12 |l3.2|tThe Received View: Semantics as Input to Pragmatics
       |p170 
970 12 |l3.3|tIntrusive Constructions|p198 
970 12 |l3.4|tThe Argument from Reference|p217 
970 12 |l3.5|tSome Implications|p236 
970 12 |l3.6|tConclusions|p259 
970 11 |lCh. 4|tGrammar and Implicature: Sentential Anaphora 
       Reexamined|p261 
970 12 |l4.1|tGrammar and Implicature|p261 
970 12 |l4.2|tImplicature and Coreference|p267 
970 12 |l4.3|tBinding Theory and Pragmatics|p280 
970 12 |l4.4|tThe B-then-A Account: Synthesis of the A-First and 
       B-First Accounts|p345 
970 12 |l4.5|tConclusions|p359 
970 11 |lCh. 5|tEpilogue|p367 
970 12 |l5.1|tPredictive Power of the Theory of GCIs|p368 
970 12 |l5.2|tPresumptive Inference and General Reasoning|p371 
970 12 |l5.3|tRole of GCIs in Linguistic Theory|p374 
970 01 |tNotes|p379 
970 01 |tReferences|p425 
970 01 |tName Index|p451 
970 01 |tSubject Index|p457 
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