Seduction, Community, Speech

A Festschrift for Herman Parret

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| University of Antwerp
| University of Ghent
| University of Ghent
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This volume unites various contributions reflecting the intellectual interests exhibited by Professor Herman Parret (Institute of Philosophy, Leuven), who has continued to observe, and often critically assess, ongoing developments in pragmatics throughout his career. In fact, Parret’s contributions to philosophical and empirical/linguistic pragmatics present substantive proposals in the epistemics of communication, while simultaneously offering meta-comments on the ideological premises of extant pragmatic analyses. In a lengthy introduction, an overview is provided of his achievements in promoting an integrated, “maximalist” pragmatics, as well as of the links between his own work in philosophy of language and in semiotics and aesthetics. The remaining 12 essays address relevant pragmatic themes or look into the relation between pragmatics and neighboring disciplines. They deal with grammatical deixis (Brisard, Ikegami) and mood (van der Auwera & Schalley), performativity (Harnish, Holdcroft), speech-act types and their praxeological dimensions (Roulet, Van Overbeke), Wittgensteinian language games (Marques, Parisi), cultural and intercultural identities (Vandenabeele, Verschueren), and the visual arts (Wildgen).
[Pragmatics & Beyond New Series, 127]  2004.  vi, 202 pp.
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Table of Contents
Introduction: Mind the gap: Pragmatics and cognition today
Frank Brisard
1–18
Selected books and articles by Herman Parret in philosophy of language and pragmatics
19–22
1. Pragmatics (standard and not so standard)
23
Ordinaty time
Frank Brisard
25–41
Performatives as constatives vs. declarations: Some recent issues
Robert M. Harnish
43–59
'First/ second vs. third person' and ' first vs. second/ third person': Two types of 'linguistic subjectivity'
Yoshihiko Ikegami
61–73
De la nécessité de prendre en compte la dimension praxéologique à tous les niveaux de l'organisation des discours
Eddy Roulet
75–86
From optative and subjunctive to irrealis
Johan van der Auwera and Ewa Schalley
87–96
Quand dire, c'est "faire rire aux dépens": Notes sur l'ironie
Maurice Van Overbeke
97–113
...& beyond: Art, mind, and community
115
Pragmatics and evolution
David Holdcroft
117–127
Expressive language games
Antonio Marques
129–138
Language as pragmatics: Studying meaning with simulated language games
Domenico Parisi
139–149
Sharing...But why a language or world?
Bart Vandenabeele
151–170
Identity as denial of diversity
Jef Verschueren
171–181
Conceptual innovation in art: Three case studies on Leonardo da Vinci, William Turner, and Henry Moore
Wolfgang Wildgen
183–196
Index
197–200
Subjects
BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  2004057692 | Marc record