Metalinguistic negation and echoic use

@article{Carston1996MetalinguisticNA,
  title={Metalinguistic negation and echoic use},
  author={R. Carston},
  journal={Journal of Pragmatics},
  year={1996},
  volume={25},
  pages={309-330}
}
  • R. Carston
  • Published 1996
  • Philosophy
  • Journal of Pragmatics
The metalinguistic use of 'not' has been brought to prominence by the work of Laurence Horn, who characterizes it as a marked, non-truth- functional use of negation, not reducible to the standard truth-functional operator. Discussion of the phenomenon so far has focused on those cases which tend to temporarily garden-path the hearer and achieve interesting rhetorical effects in the process. The notorious 'presupposition'- cancelling negation cases have been included here. I argue that this… Expand

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