COMMENTARY ON "THE SEMANTIC DIFFERENTIAL AND MEDIATION THEORY"

@inproceedings{Osgood1971COMMENTARYO,
  title={COMMENTARY ON "THE SEMANTIC DIFFERENTIAL AND MEDIATION THEORY"},
  author={Charles E. Osgood},
  year={1971}
}
  • C. Osgood
  • Published 1971
  • Psychology, Philosophy
semantic features on the purely tautological basis of stimulus discriminability; behavior theory provides a basis other than the intuitions of the investigator for identifying those differences which make a difference in meaning. Such constraints may also protect the psycholinguist from certain mentalistic excrescences, such as the assertion that every speaker must 'know' the defining features of the words he uses — but HOW? Innately? This seems to me to put the most critical problem in… 

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