linguistic communication

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Our analysis complements the growing literature on the learning and processing of lexical-semantic information, the cultural evolution of human linguistic communication, the nature of the biases that influence language acquisition, and the cognitive function of private speech in the case of L2 users.
If linguistic communication is fraught with so much uncertainty, we cannot but wonder what it could be based on when we feel that we have understood an other's utterance.
The author argues against the view that Corbiere propagated the ultimate impossibility of linguistic communication, however; on the contrary, the lyric poem's concern with subjectivity is reinvigorated.
Linguistic communication is the very foundation of a civilized society (vacam eva prasadena loka-yatra pravarttate).
But this grammar is built up by speakers communicating with one another, so creating langue anew presupposes creating linguistic communication anew.
of Queensland, Australia) are put forward in defense of a proposed culturally pluralist view discourse and in opposition to any "universal," "general," or "integrated" theory of linguistic communication.
Understanding sociality is therefore beginning to understand what role linguistic communication plays in binding individuals together.
Students can also connect with literature on an emotional level, and it gives them an opportunity to relate their personal experiences to the content topics, thus encouraging authentic linguistic communication.
Accordingly hundreds of foreign vets had to be deployed, which led to confusion and uncertainty among farmers, partly on account of linguistic communication problems.
This paper tries to show that both worries are unjustified by arguing that: 1) It is possible to talk of linguistic mistakes without commitment to natural languages in the usual sense; 2) The rejection of natural languages in the usual sense does not entail the possibility of non-trivially private languages; 3) The rejection of natural languages in the usual sense does not entail that conventionalized languages do not exist, but only that their existence is not necessary for linguistic communication.
169), the related senses of sacramental and linguistic communication are clearly both at issue.
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?
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