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Lexical meaning as a testable hypothesis : the case of English look, see, seem and appear

Author: Nadav Sabar
Publisher: Amsterdam ; Philadelphia : John Benjamins Publishing Company, 2018.
Series: Studies in functional and structural linguistics, Volume 75.
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Sabar, Nadav author.
Lexical meaning as a testable hypothesis.
Amsterdam ; Philadelphia : John Benjamins Publishing Company, 2018
(DLC) 2017056558
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Nadav Sabar
ISBN: 9789027264343 9027264341
OCLC Number: 1019840576
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Intro; Lexical meaning as a testable hypothesis; Editorial page; Title page; LCC data; Table of contents; Acknowledgements; List of tables; List of figures; 1. The problem, methodology and theoretical background; 1. Introduction; 2. The problem of the identification of linguistic units; 2.1 The problem of identifying linguistic units based on syntactic categories; 2.2 The problem of identifying linguistic units based on cognitive status; 2.2.1 The problem of stored sequences; 2.2.2 The problem of polysemy; 3. Methodology; 3.1 Qualitative support; 3.2 Quantitative support. 4. Preview of upcoming chapters2. attention, visual as the explanation for the choice of look; 1. Introduction; 2. The fit with messages involving acts of visual attention; 3. The fit with messages where a visual stimulus is absent; 4. The fit with messages involving the communication of one's thoughts or feelings; 5. The fit with messages involving attention-grabbing visual features; 6. The fit with messages involving attribution based on visual attention; 7. The fit with messages involving either visual or intellectual attention; 8. The fit with messages of searching. 9. Look in combination with directional terms: up, down, forward, back and after10. Conclusion; 3. Using big data to support the hypothesized meaning attention, visual; 1. Introduction; 2. Methodology; 2.1 Quantitative predictions test the generality of communicative strategies; 2.2 Justification of the inductive approach; 3. Supporting attention in the meaning of look; 3.1 Using carefully to support attention; 3.2 Using this to support attention; 3.3 Using but to support attention; 3.4 Using at to support attention; 3.5 Using deliberately to support attention. 3.6 Using think to support attention4. Supporting visual in the meaning of look; 4.1 Using eye to support visual; 4.2 Using painting to support visual; 4.3 Using see to support visual; 5. Conclusion; 4. attention, visual in competition with the meanings of see, seem, and appear; 1. Introduction; 2. Look and see --
attention, visual versus experiencing visually; 2.1 The hypothesis for see as a monosemic sign; 2.2 attention as the explanation for the choice of look over see; 2.2.1 Using turn to to support attention; 2.2.2 Using notice to support attention. 2.3 experiencing as the explanation for the choice of see over look2.3.1 Using believe to support experiencing; 2.3.2 Using understand to support experiencing; 2.3.3 Using less control to support experiencing; 3. Look and seem --
attention, visual versus perspective dependency; 3.1 The hypothesis for seem as a monosemic sign; 3.2 visual as the explanation for the choice of look over seem; 3.2.1 Using green to support visual; 3.3 perspective dependency as the explanation for the choice of seem over look; 3.3.1 Using logical to support perspective; 3.3.2 Using to me to support perspective.
Series Title: Studies in functional and structural linguistics, Volume 75.
Responsibility: Nadav Sabar.

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