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Title Grounding : the epistemic footing of deixis and reference / edited by Frank Brisard.
Imprint Berlin ; New York : M. de Gruyter, 2002.

Series Cognitive linguistics research ; 21
Cognitive linguistics research ; 21.
Subject Cognitive grammar.
Grammar, Comparative and general -- Deixis.
Reference (Linguistics)
Alt Name Brisard, Frank.
International Pragmatics Conference (7th : 2000 : Budapest, Hungary)
Description 1 online resource (512 pages) : illustrations
Note Some of the papers presented during the 7th International Pragmatics Conference, held in Budapest, Hungary in July 2000.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Print version record.
Contents Introduction: The epistemic basis of deixis and reference / Frank Brisard -- Deixis and subjectivity / Ronald W. Langacker -- Remarks on the English grounding systems / Ronald W. Langacker -- Grounding, subjectivity and definite descriptions / Richard Epstein -- Interaction, grounding and third-person referential forms / Ritva Laury -- The French imparfait, determiners and grounding / Walter De Mulder and Carl Vetters -- Deictic principles of pronominals, demonstratives, and tenses / Theo A.J.M. Janssen -- The meaning and distribution of French mood inflections / Michael Achard -- The English present / Frank Brisard -- The preterit and the imperfect as grounding predictions / Aintzane Doiz-Bienzobas.
ISBN 9783110899801 (e-book)
3110899809 (e-book)
9783110173697
3110173697
ISBN/ISSN 9783110899801
OCLC # 861527614
Additional Format Print version: Grounding. Berlin ; New York : M. de Gruyter, 2002 xxxiv, 475 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm. Cognitive linguistics research ; 21 9783110173697 (DLC) 2002033656 (OCoLC)50516504


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