Subject: Language & LinguisticsPrimary location: Greece
Published in:Pragmatics & Beyond New SeriesPublication date:2011-12-23
From Grice to relevance
Human beings tend to link events happening in the world in a causal, i.e. cause-and-effect way, in order to make better sense of them and explain t...
Published in:Journal of PragmaticsPublication date:2014-01-01
Causal constraints on relevance: the case of Modern Greek 'γiati' and 'epeidi'
Published in:Research Trends in Intercultural PragmaticsPublication date:Not available
Published in:Language & CommunicationPublication date:2015-11-01
The article discusses the meaning of the English 'but', especially one of its uses, that of correction.
Published in:Corpus PragmaticsPublication date:2017-04-28
Corpus analysis conducted to support the distinction between conceptual and procedural meaning in Modern Greek causal subordination.
Published in:International Review of PragmaticsPublication date:2018-01-09
Evidence from Modern Greek contrast
There is enough space in the (semantic) meaning of some connectives for two procedures. One of these connectives is Modern Greek contrast connectiv...