Discourse and the Continuity of Reference: Representing Mental Categorization

Discourse and the Continuity of Reference: Representing Mental Categorization

Discourse and the Continuity of Reference: Representing Mental Categorization

Discourse and the Continuity of Reference: Representing Mental Categorization

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This book offers an interdisciplinary account of reference and categorization within the framework of cognitive linguistics. Central issues are the distinction between lexical vagueness and polysemy as well as the creation of new meanings in English and German. Polysemy is resolved by a computational implementation in a machine-translation system.
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