Semantics and Cognition : An Introduction Yuchau

@inproceedings{Hsiao2005SemanticsAC,
  title={Semantics and Cognition : An Introduction Yuchau},
  author={Eling Hsiao},
  year={2005}
}
Langackerians and Chomskyites alike would probably agree that the purpose of linguistic analysis is to explicate the mental representations and processes resulting in linguistic behavior, and so a fundamental issue of current linguistic theory is the cognitive processing of meaning. The intersection of semantics and cognition has developed along at least four lines: (1) Meaning is equivalent to conceptualization, schematically and structurally represented in the human mind; (2) the meanings of… CONTINUE READING
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