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Economía computacional y categorías procedimentales: entre la Teoría de la Relevancia y el Programa Minimalista

Krivochen, D. G. (2016) Economía computacional y categorías procedimentales: entre la Teoría de la Relevancia y el Programa Minimalista. Estudios interlingüísticos (4). pp. 77-98. ISSN 2340-9274

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Abstract/Summary

Formal syntax and pragmatics have been frequently seen as independent, even opposed disciplines, since the development of transformational generative grammar, and philosophically-oriented pragmatics. However, the rise of cognitive-relevantist pragmatics, due to the works of Sperber y Wilson (1995), Wilson y Sperber (2004), makes it possible to find contact points between both approaches to the studies of language. Both theories are part of cognitive science, and look for explanations to the studied phenomena at a subpersonal level. In this work we will try to make some of these points explicit, so that Relevance Theory can be formalized as a theory of the generativist Conceptual Intentional (C-I) component in the Language Faculty, by means of incorporation of semantic-pragmatic notions into the general framework of a semantically-oriented syntax

Item Type:Article
Refereed:Yes
Divisions:Interdisciplinary centres and themes > Centre for Integrative Neuroscience and Neurodynamics (CINN)
ID Code:77296
Publisher:Asociación de Jóvenes Lingüistas

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