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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «IDIOLECTIC»
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Linguistics for the Teacher
Several of these specifications are part together in what we call the idiolectic use
of a language. This will be more technically and elaborately treated in Sec. 4. of
the present chapter where we shall be dealing with the use aspect of language.
Psychology of Language Learning
use when in this aspect any specific idiolectic differentiation in this aspect made
by the speaker crosses ihe structure of the usage. In British English I labrxrstjri I
laboratory is pronounced with an indistinct (weak) secondary stress which occurs
Gottlob Frege: Frege's philosophy of thought and language
An analogous point can be made for the notion of idiolectic meaning. On this
common conception, it would be absurd to say that an expression had a definite,
non-vague conventional linguistic meaning - or, alternatively, a definite range of ...
Michael Beaney, Erich H. Reck, 2005
Symbolism, Synesthesia, and Semiotics, Multidisciplinary ...
These symbols comply with their vision of the world, literary sensitivity, affect,
ideological convictions, particular exploitation of language. For the sake of
classification, let us arrogate ourselves the right of naming them “idiolectic
Wittgenstein's Philosophical Investigations: Critical Essays
... modus (allens argument with the conditional as major premise. Thus: the idea
of knowledge of idiolectic meaning is an illusion; therefore possession of a
concept cannot be correctly conceived as grasp of a (ratification- independent)
It will inevitably be asked why meaning and understanding could not be
fundamentally idiolectic — features of one person independent of any relations to
other users of symbols with the same meanings. To put it another way, is there
not a ...
Mind, Value, and Reality
In Wright's reading, the answer is this: it emerges as the only alternative left, after
the notion of idiolectic understanding has been scotched by a self-contained
argument that is epitomized by this passage (PI §258): . . . One would like to say:
John Henry McDowell, 1998
The Handbook of Speech Perception
Potentially, as in the Remez et al. studies, our subjects are able to recognize
point-light speakers from idiolectic information (coarticulatory assimilation;
rhythmicity) available in the visible gestures (see also Lachs, 1999, 2002). We
believe the ...
David Pisoni, Robert Remez, 2008
sentences false, idiolectic disquotationalism disavows the thesis that such a
connection is required. If idiolectic disquotationalism is right, then what the
indeterminacy arguments show is that "true in my idiolect" is a vague expression.
If Harry is ...
Bradley P. Armour-Garb, J. C. Beall, 2005
Heaven and Earth in the Gospel of Matthew
Part Two is titled “Matthew's Idiolectic Use of Heaven Language and the Theme
of Heaven and Earth,” and is comprised of eight chapters. In these chapters I will
examine the four elements of Matthew's idiolectic use of heaven: 1) an intentional
Jonathan T. Pennington, 2007
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the tradition of what we might call 'Stage Oirishry', where RP English gets altered and mangled to represent the supposed oddity or idiolectic ... «The Guardian, May 15»