The Pragmatics of Negation

Negative meanings, uses and discursive functions

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Negation is one of the most discussed phenomena within linguistics, on all language levels though it never seems to be exhausted. This operator establishes complex sentence structures and constantly challenges – from a cognitive, syntactical, semantic and morphologic viewpoint – presuppositions on language internal relations as rational and logic. It therefore arouses interest through all fields within language sciences. From a pragmatic perspective, where negation is conceived a marked structure, using negation often produces meanings beyond the one of a reversed affirmation "it is not the case that X”. This book explores the various uses and pragmatic meanings of negation in authentic communication, in different text types and in different languages, predominately romance languages. The multilingual composition marries a macro-micro perspective where aspects of genre, sociocultural context, memory, rhetoric and argumentation interplay with the negative morpheme’s nature and embedded instructions. This broad approach makes this book a unique contribution to negation studies and to pragmatics in general. The book is important and enriching reading for scholars in all linguistic domains, but particularly for researchers in semantics, pragmatics, argumentation and, discourse analysis.

[Pragmatics & Beyond New Series, 283]  2017.  ix, 270 pp.
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Table of Contents
Preface
vii–x
Introduction
Malin Roitman
1–14
Part I. Reinforcements of negatives
15–146
Chapter 1. Metalinguistic negation and rejection discourse markers in Spanish
María Marta García Negroni
17–43
Chapter 2. Metalinguistic negation and explicit echo, with reference to English and Spanish
Inés Olza Moreno
45–61
Chapter 3. Metalinguistic negation vs. descriptive negation: Among their kin and foes
Chungmin Lee
63–103
Chapter 4. Intervention Effects are (lack of) informativity: The case of negative interrogatives
Pierre Larrivée
105–121
Chapter 5. Discourse-pragmatic change and emphatic negation in Spoken French: Or coming full circle
Bonnie B. Fonseca-Greber
123–146
Part II. Negation and linguistic polyphony
148–184
Chapter 6. Interpretations of the French negationne…pas
Henning Nølke
149–166
Chapter 7. French negation as a marker of (external/internal) polyphony
Merete Birkelund
167–184
Part III. Negation and polyphony in discourse analysis
186–244
Chapter 8. Negation as a rhetorical tool in climate change discourse
Øyvind Gjerstad and Kjersti Fløttum
187–207
Chapter 9. Negation and straw man fallacy in French election debates 1974–2012
Malin Roitman
209–244
References
245–265
Index
267–270
“After syntax and semantics, negation has become a central topic for pragmatics. This collective book is one of the first tackling the pragmatics of negation, from different perspectives (formal and functional), as well as from different traditions (Grice and Ducrot). A milestone for anyone who is concerned by research on linguistic negation.”
The Pragmatics of Negation focuses on pragmatic effects of negation in Spanish, French, English and Korean. This book addresses various issues such as the reinforcements of negatives, the polyphony of negative sentences, and the role of negation as an argumentative tool. It will be of great use to the scholars and students interested in negation and more widely in pragmatics. The book offers valuable insights of the complexity of the use and understanding of negation in communicative situations. It is a significant and useful contribution to the domain of negation and more widely, to pragmatics.”
“There is no doubt that negation is one of the most exciting subjects in the field of semantics, but one of the driest. By reading this book, one discovers that negation is not only a logic operator but also a place where various voices and various speakers meet.”
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