linguistic communication

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21) The former serves a technical purpose whereas the latter plays its role in linguistic communication.
According to Bhartrhari there are two schools of thoughts on linguistic understanding: (a) Vakya-vadins and (b) Pada-vadins, where the former takes the sentence as the base of linguistic communication whereas the others take the pada as its base.
ii) that a langue is necessarily a (gradual) development from instances of linguistic communication, so that the speech community can be reduced--in fact, is probably necessarily reduced--at the beginning to one speech partner, as this is where communicative activity starts.
He criticized Western thought, which he says is based on the belief that any linguistic communication between individuals of different cultures is impractical and almost impossible, and said the world is facing a dangerous situation due to the powerful influence of the Western mentality and Western technology.
But even with these efforts, the attempt to articulate pain reveals the limits of linguistic communication itself.
If apes are capable of linguistic communication, even if only on a rudimentary level, what ethics should henceforth guide our interaction with them, in the lab and in the wild?
Briefly stated, the present monograph is an attempt to understand how the ancient Israelites understood language and literature, linguistic communication, and the literary process.
Interestingly enough, the use of generalized linguistic communication continues despite the ever-increasing sophistication in quantitative methods.
Nonlinguistic Interaction: Includes interaction involving exchanging objects, gestures, physical contact, and participation in a game without linguistic communication.
Appealing to Searle's theory of speech acts and to certain features of linguistic communication, we argue that, despite Bertolet's challenge, there is good reason to countenance indirect speech acts.
How essential this evolutionary growth is becomes apparent, also, in small closed communities where linguistic communication is a means of social cooperation, heavily relying on trust: "The patterns of trust and cooperation in societies of intimates arose through a protracted, adaptive cultural and biological evolution" (p.
The base definition of linguistic communication is often considered to be the transmission of syntactically coded content from a sender to a receiver.
April 27 /PRNewswire/ -- Southwestern College is hosting the 10th annual Binacom event, May 7-8, an international encounter that celebrates visual and linguistic communication along the U.
Content views of linguistic communication are ubiquitous, so why should they not be applicable in artistic cases as well?
However, this is an objection only if it is assumed that successful linguistic communication requires the hearer to identify a proposition uniquely intended by the speaker.
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