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1 CNRS - Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique 2 LLL - Laboratoire Ligérien de Linguistique

Abstract : General outline 1. From the Sinn - Bedeutung distinction to the utterance meaning - linguistic meaning distinction: an instructional approach to semantics 2. Proofs of the graduality of sentence meaning 3. Empiricity and scientificity of semantics 4. Why constraints on argumentation ought to be specifically accounted for in a scientific empirical theory of sentence meaning 5. From argumentation to points of view 6. More about topical fields 7. An application to a linguistic description of metaphors to be written in form of conclusion.

Keywords : Approximation graduality linguistic meaning argumentation constraints on utterance meaning points of view topical fields.





Author: Pierre-Yves Raccah -

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