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Anglophonia : French Journal of English Linguistics
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  • Meaning in Context and Contextual Meaning: A Perspective on the
           Semantics-Pragmatics Interface Applied to Modal Verbs

    • Authors: Ilse Depraetere
      Abstract: This paper argues for an approach to pragmatic meaning that hinges on the distinction between truth-conditional meaning and non-truth conditional meaning. While acknowledging that pragmatic processes (like saturation and ‘free pragmatic enrichment’) contribute as much to the recovery of the explicature or ‘what is said’ as pragmatic reasoning does to the recovery of implicated meaning, it is argued that a more elegant model is arrived at if it is truth-conditional content rather than pragmatic inference that is taken as a defining criterion of ‘pragmatics’ and related conceptual distinctions. First, a clear distinction needs to be made between a use of the term pragmatics which is more ‘formal’ in nature and which refers to the linguistic and non-linguistic context (‘meaning in context’) and one which is more ‘functional’ and which captures a specific type of meaning (‘contextual meaning’). This basic ‘form-function’ distinction is not always made explicit, and as a result, pragmati...
      PubDate: 2020-01-30
       
  • Editorial

    • Authors: Oliver Simonin, Philip Miller, Henri Le Prieult
      Abstract: La question de la frontière entre le sens conventionnel et l’implicite ainsi que celle, liée, de leur articulation, se sont désormais imposées dans la réflexion théorique et la recherche sur la langue, comme en témoignent un nombre considérable de publications, ainsi, parmi les plus récentes, Depraetere et Salkie (2017), Zufferey, Moeschler et Reboul (2019), et plusieurs contributions figurant dans Scott, Clark et Carston (2019). Benveniste faisait déjà observer que « le travail du linguiste porte en fait sur le discours, assimilé implicitement à la langue » (1966, 11), que la plupart cherchent à décrire sans se soucier du problème de signification globale en discours. Tandis que la tradition reconnaît que le sens linguistiquement codé est de nature conventionnelle, fixé par l’usage, l’implicite relève du domaine inférentiel (Kerbrat-Orecchioni 1998 [1986]). Des outils issus des travaux de Grice, et surtout de la pragmatique dite post-gricéenne, proposent de rendre compte des mécanis...
      PubDate: 2020-01-30
       
  • Register-Based Subject Omission in English and its Implication for the
           Syntax of Adjuncts

    • Authors: Liliane Haegeman
      Abstract: The empirical focus of the paper is the register specific subject omission in English as manifested most saliently in the abbreviated written registers represented prototypically by diary writing. After providing a descriptive survey of the distributional restrictions of subject omission in the relevant register, the focus is on the argument/adjunct asymmetry in the relevant pattern: while subject omission is incompatible with fronted arguments in sentence-initial position, it remains fully compatible with what at first sight appear to be sentence-initial adjuncts in the same position. The paper develops a formal syntactic analysis of the position of adjuncts in English in the spirit of recent work in generative grammar, notably the cartographic framework, without, though, adopting all the formalisms of that framework. It is proposed that the observed argument/adjunct asymmetry observed in relation to subject omission comes about due to the fact that what at first sight appear to be...
      PubDate: 2020-01-30
       
  • Upper-Bounded Scalars and Argumentation-in-Language Theory

    • Authors: Laura Devlesschouwer
      Abstract: Scalar implicatures, such as the ‘not all’-implicature attached to “some”, have been at the center of debates on the semantics-pragmatics interface ever since Horn (1972). The question is whether ‘not all’ is part of the semantics of “some” or rather pragmatically inferred in context. The latter theory, inspired by Grice’s (1975, 1989) work, is by far the more popular one. It analyzes scalars such as “some” as semantically lower-bounded, i.e. as meaning ‘at least some’. I will defend the view that “some” is both lower- and upper-bounded, i.e. on which “some” means ‘some, not all’. In order to do so, I will first propose a distinction between ‘upper bound’ and ‘scalar implicature’, following Ariel (2003, 2004, 2006, 2015). I will thereby defend the idea that scalars such as “some” are semantically upper-bounded, but not that scalar implicatures are semantic. Second, I will give an overview of the most cited arguments against ‘not all’-semantics for “some”: the entailment from “All…” ...
      PubDate: 2020-01-30
       
  • A Study of Non-Finite Forms of Anaphoric do in the Spoken BNC

    • Authors: Kimberly Oger
      Abstract: “British do” (sometimes referred to as “propredicate” or “substitute” do) is a non-finite form of intransitive do, used as an anaphor in conversational British English. It is rarely used in other varieties of English, and American speakers, in particular, tend to consider its usage ungrammatical. British do has received very little attention in the literature, particularly in comparison with other anaphoric phenomena involving do, such as ellipsis. What has been written has been mainly descriptive in nature and based on contrived or literary examples. No in-depth analysis has been carried out on a corpus based on real data that is representative of English usage. In this article I present the first study based on empirical data, i.e. 486 occurrences of British do taken from the spoken BNC. I also discuss the initial results of this study, which tend to disprove much of what has heretofore been written on the subject, and raise further questions to be addressed.
      PubDate: 2020-01-30
       
  • The Interaction of Topicalization and Left-Dislocation in English

    • Authors: Betty J. Birner, Gregory Ward
      Abstract: Topicalization (TOP) in English requires that the topicalized information stand in a partially-ordered set (poset) relationship with previously evoked information, whereas Left-Dislocation (LD) has been argued to have three discourse functions: to simplify the processing of discourse-new information, to trigger a poset inference, or to amnesty an island violation (Prince 1997). In this paper, we examine naturally-occurring instances in which both constructions occur (e.g., ‘Scorpions, those you have to look out for’) and compare them to the corresponding variants with TOP only (‘Scorpions you have to look out for’) and LD only (‘Scorpions, you have to look out for those’). All of the LD+TOP tokens in our corpus are of Prince’s second type, inducing a poset inference. At issue is what motivates a speaker to use both constructions simultaneously, given that the discourse constraints of one subsume those of the other. We argue that there are two motivations, corresponding to two types ...
      PubDate: 2020-01-30
       
  • The Interpretation of Indexicals in Hybrid Quotation: A Pragmatic Account

    • Authors: Philippe De Brabanter
      Abstract: In this paper, I offer an analysis of a type of hybrid (including ‘mixed’, or ‘double-duty’) quotation that contains expressions indexed to a deictic centre distinct from the speaker of the host sentence, as in Trump insisted there was “zero chance I’ll quit”. Most writers on quotation offer a semantic account of hybrid quotation, in terms of the conventional meaning of some linguistic unit that occurs as part of the construction, usually quotation marks. Against these, and with Recanati (2000, 2001), I provide an analysis in terms of context-shifts. Understood in a broad sense, context can shift along several parameters: language, situation of utterance, circumstance of evaluation. I show that what is required in the case at hand is a situation-shift, and suggest how that shift can be articulated with other shifts. Relying on Clark & Gerrig (1990) and Clark (1996), I also show that shifts are selective and can therefore be partial. This further allows me to account for those less c...
      PubDate: 2020-01-30
       
  • French Loanwords in Canadian English: A Usage-Based Approach

    • Authors: Julie Rouaud
      Abstract: This paper focuses on the semantic evolution of French loanwords adopted into Canadian English from the seventeenth century onwards. Our lexical database of Canadianisms of French origin, extracted from historical dictionaries and works on contemporary Quebec Gallicisms, was verified by other sources, such as a recent Canadian dictionary and a corpus of Canadian English. Our methodology allows us to observe French loanwords and their patterns of evolution from a semantic point of view. More traditional treatments of loanwords in terms of zero semantic extension, restriction or expansion of meaning (Filipovic 1968) soon find their limits and fail to offer a more comprehensive treatment of semantic change for the whole lexicon, since both the native lexicon and borrowings seem to follow similar paths in their semantic evolutions. The mechanisms of narrowing and broadening of meaning operating in lexical pragmatics for the native lexicon are the same as for loanwords once they have bee...
      PubDate: 2020-01-30
       
  • Proverbs, commitment, and the evasion of responsibility

    • Authors: Damien Villers
      Abstract: This article will tackle the different degrees and types of commitment at work in proverbial interaction. After an introduction to the notions of “commitment” and “proverb”, formal commitment will be briefly discussed through formulae that contain stance markers. More attention will then be paid to the sociolinguistic approach which describes proverbs as a way for the speaker to avoid commitment and tension. This theory will be studied through notions such as polyphony or proverb duelling, and will be questioned through examples in which proverbs create tension intentionally or unintentionally, thus failing to disengage the speaker’s responsibility. Finally, commitment in proverbs will be broached through their alleged prescriptive nature. The study of the utterances in the last part will be led with the language functions theory as a framework, and will aim at showing that proverbs can perform numerous functions other than the prescriptive or “conative” one, therefore highlighting ...
      PubDate: 2020-01-30
       
  • N°32 - Thematic issue: Stancetaking

    • Abstract: Laure Gardelle, Sophie Herment et Henri Le Prieult Any discourse object involves stance, defined by Rabatel (2012: 23) as ‘the fact that the original utterer refers to objects of discourse while positioning him/herself relative to them, indicating from what perspective and within what frame they are being considered’. The present volume focuses more specifically on stancetaking. Stancetaking may be the result of a deliberate act (posture, ‘attitude’, for Rabatel 2012), as when stance is adjusted for argumentative purposes, or when a speaker opts for a stance that constructs a given identity. Alternatively, stancetaking may result from categorisation by a third party: a speaker using nonstandard forms, for example, is not necessarily aware of it, but if categorised as ‘poorly educated’ (or any other kind of differential valuation) by an outside observer, that observer positions the speaker relative to a norm (prescriptive, social, geographical, communal) taken as reference point. As re...
      PubDate: 2020-01-27
       
 
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