Dialogue

An interdisciplinary approach

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| Universidada Estadual de Campinas, São Paolo and Tel Aviv University
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| University of Antwerp
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Dialogue: An interdisciplinary approach is a pioneering collection of papers that take Dialogue Studies out of its ‘classic’ narrow definition into the study of the complexities and processes in dialogue. It is a first move toward interdisciplinary research in Dialogue Studies.
[Pragmatics & Beyond Companion Series, 1]  1985.  xiv, 473 pp.
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Table of Contents
List of contributors
xi
Preface
xiii
1. Introduction
1
I. FOUNDATIONS
2. Communication and convention
Donald Davidson
11
3. Du dialogisme à la forme dialoguée: Sur les fondements de l’approche pragmatique
Francis Jacques
27
4. Metaphor, folk theories, and the possibilities of dialogue
George Lakoff
57
5. Toward a praxis-oriented theory of argumentation
E.M. Barth
73
II. THE GENESIS OF DIALOGUE
6. Question-answering and operations implied in informative interaction between the ages of 3.0 and 4.4 years
Luis E. Behares, Lindsey J. Cordery, Beatriz Gabbiani and Carina Lago
89
7. On conditionals as dialogue constructs
Maria Fausta P. Castro Campos
101
8. Dialogue sustention strategies and the adult view of phonological development
Eleonora Albano M. Maia
115
III. THE MECHANISMS OF DIALOGUE
9. Logic for rational dialogue
David Harrah
125
10. On a formal structure of dialogue
Maria Nowakowska
135
11. Argumentative operators and dialogue
João Wanderley Geraldi, Eduardo Guimarães and Rodolfo Ilari
147
12. Contexts as constraints on understanding in dialogue
Herman Parret
165
IV. SPEECH ACTS REVISITED
13. What is an illocutionary force?
Daniel Vanderveken
181
14. To hell with speech act theory
Georg Meggle
205
15. Pragmatic universals and communicative action
Guido Almeida
213
V. DIALOGUE AND THE STRUCTURE OF LANGUAGE
16. Sentences in conversational turns: A case of syntactic ‘double bind’
Dorothea Franck
233
17. Dialogue and the selection of data for a grammar
Daniel L. Everett
247
18. The Belizean copula: A case of semantactic shift
Geneviève Escure
265
VI. DIALOGUE, INTERSUBJECTIVITY, AND THE MIND
19. Intentionality, and its language-dependency
Kuno Lorenz
285
20. Communicating about the contents of other minds
Andrew Woodfield
293
21. What does ‘talking to oneself’ mean?
Maria Penha Villela-Petit
305
22. Martin Buber’s central insight: Implications for his philosophy of dialogue
John Stewart
321
VII. KINDS OF DIALOGUE
23. Discussing or convincing: An approach towards a pragmatical study of the languages of science
Gilles Gaston Granger
339
24. Science and controversy
Fernando Gil
353
25. ‘Griping’ as a verbal ritual in some Israeli discourse
Tamar Katriel
367
26. School discourse as dialogue?
Konrad Ehlich
383
VIII. RUPTURE IN DIALOGUE
27. Dialogue breakdowns
Danilo Marcondes de Souza Filho
415
28. The making and breaking of dialogue
Jean-Luc Petit
427
29. The relevance of misunderstanding
Marcelo Dascal †
441
Subject Index
461
Name Index
469
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  84024202