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by Renate Bartsch

ePub Dynamic Conceptual Semantics: A Logico-Philosophical Investigation into Concept Formation and Understanding (Studies in Logic, Language, and Information) download
Author:
Renate Bartsch
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978-1575861258
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1575861259
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Center for the Study of Language and Inf; 74 edition (June 1, 1998)
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Renate Bartsch (Author). Presented in this book is a theory of concept formation and understanding that treats experimental concepts semantically as stabilising structuring of growing sets of data.

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The scope of the book series is the logical and computational foundations . Dynamic Conceptual Semantics: A Investigation into Concept Formation and Understanding Renate Bartsch.

The emphasis is on the theoretical and interdisciplanary aspects of these areas. Learnable Classes of Categorial Grammars Makoto Kanazawa.

Dynamic conceptual semantics. a investigation into concept formation and understanding. Published 1998 by CSLI Publications, FoLLI in Stanford, Calif, . Written in English. Concepts, Comprehension, Semantics, Semantics (Philosophy).

Instead, experimental concepts are treated semantically as stabilising structuring of growing sets of data, which are sets of experienced satisfaction situations for expressions, and theoretical concepts are based on coherent sets of general sentences held true. There are two kinds of structures to be established: general concepts by means of similarity sets under perspectives and historical concepts.

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Dynamic Conceptual Semantics. CSLI Publications, Stanford, CA. Comrie, . 1974. Since concepts are the starting point of all terminological work, it follows that the development of a terminological base should place the main emphasis on the development of a conceptual system.

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Presented in this book is a theory of concept formation and understanding that does not make use of a notion of an innate mental language as a means of concept representation. Instead, experimental concepts are treated semantically as stabilising structuring of growing sets of data, which are sets of experienced satisfaction situations for expressions, and theoretical concepts are based on coherent sets of general sentences held true. There are two kinds of structures to be established: general concepts by means of similarity sets under perspectives and historical concepts. This gives rise to a theory of understanding new situations and expressions by integrating new data into established sets of data salva stability, or by extending the conceptual structure in a metaphorical or metonymical way. The theory provides a way to understand what identity between propositional attitudes amounts to, especially how people can have more or less the same belief.