Presentation 2013-12-14
The knowledge/experience distinction on inference usability and ingraining speed
Toshiyuki SADANOBU,
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Abstract(in English) This paper shows that the distinction between knowledge and experience influences a much wider range of Japanese linguistic and communicative phenomena than has been thought, with special focus on inference usability and ingraining speed. For example, the polysemy between conditional meaning and newly acquired meaning is shown to be allowed only for the knowledge-oriented conditional "nara"; not for other experiential conditionals.
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Keyword(in English) Knowledge / Experience / Inference Usability / Ingraining / Mirativity / Factivity
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Conference Date 2013/12/7(1days)
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Title (in English) The knowledge/experience distinction on inference usability and ingraining speed
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Keyword(1) Knowledge
Keyword(2) Experience
Keyword(3) Inference Usability
Keyword(4) Ingraining
Keyword(5) Mirativity
Keyword(6) Factivity
1st Author's Name Toshiyuki SADANOBU
1st Author's Affiliation Graduate School of Intercultural Studies, Kobe University()
Date 2013-12-14
Paper # TL2013-53
Volume (vol) vol.113
Number (no) 354
Page pp.pp.-
#Pages 6
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