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      <p ns="0" title="Meaning" snippet="&#039;&#039;&#039;&lt;span class=&#039;searchmatch&#039;&gt;Meaning&lt;/span&gt;&#039;&#039;&#039; is a central notion of [[semantics]] und [[pragmatics]]. &#10;...he relevant terms and, as a consequence, to a rather vague concept of what &lt;span class=&#039;searchmatch&#039;&gt;meaning&lt;/span&gt; is.&#10;" size="2810" wordcount="375" timestamp="2014-07-13T13:18:14Z" />
      <p ns="0" title="Meaning postulate" snippet="...a sentence like (i) is an [[analytic truth]], true in every [[model]]. The &lt;span class=&#039;searchmatch&#039;&gt;meaning&lt;/span&gt; postulate in (ii) captures this analyticity:&#10;...ing postulates can be seen as an alternative for [[decomposition]] of word &lt;span class=&#039;searchmatch&#039;&gt;meaning&lt;/span&gt; (see [[componential analysis]]). They are extensively used in [[Montague Gr&#10;" size="883" wordcount="125" timestamp="2007-10-06T16:26:58Z" />
      <p ns="0" title="Meaning theories" snippet="...r formulation of a semantic theory. There are roughly three theories about &lt;span class=&#039;searchmatch&#039;&gt;meaning&lt;/span&gt;: &#10;...be the crucial element of &lt;span class=&#039;searchmatch&#039;&gt;meaning&lt;/span&gt; (hence the name correspondence theory of &lt;span class=&#039;searchmatch&#039;&gt;meaning&lt;/span&gt;). The denotational theory is typical of [[logical semantics]] which is [[tr&#10;" size="2576" wordcount="358" timestamp="2009-02-17T18:19:40Z" />
      <p ns="0" title="Descriptive meaning" snippet="...by speakers towards a given denotation (e.g. [[emotive &lt;span class=&#039;searchmatch&#039;&gt;meaning&lt;/span&gt;]], [[social &lt;span class=&#039;searchmatch&#039;&gt;meaning&lt;/span&gt;]]). &#10;Alternative terms: ideational, referential, logical, propositional &lt;span class=&#039;searchmatch&#039;&gt;meaning&lt;/span&gt;&#10;" size="565" wordcount="70" timestamp="2009-06-14T13:34:10Z" />
      <p ns="0" title="Emotive meaning" snippet="&#039;&#039;&#039;Emotive &lt;span class=&#039;searchmatch&#039;&gt;meaning&lt;/span&gt;&#039;&#039;&#039; is that aspect of &lt;span class=&#039;searchmatch&#039;&gt;meaning&lt;/span&gt; which concerns a speaker&#039;s emotional attitiude towards the [[denotation]] o&#10;" size="184" wordcount="25" timestamp="2014-06-28T19:03:49Z" />
      <p ns="0" title="Expressive meaning" snippet="&#039;&#039;&#039;Expressive &lt;span class=&#039;searchmatch&#039;&gt;meaning&lt;/span&gt;&#039;&#039;&#039; is that aspect of &lt;span class=&#039;searchmatch&#039;&gt;meaning&lt;/span&gt; which concerns a speakers emotional attitude towards the [[denotation]] of &#10;Synonym: [[Emotive &lt;span class=&#039;searchmatch&#039;&gt;meaning&lt;/span&gt;]]&#10;" size="200" wordcount="26" timestamp="2009-06-14T13:48:23Z" />
      <p ns="0" title="Non-descriptive meaning" snippet="...ion ([[emotive &lt;span class=&#039;searchmatch&#039;&gt;meaning&lt;/span&gt;]]) or also relationships between speakers ([[social &lt;span class=&#039;searchmatch&#039;&gt;meaning&lt;/span&gt;]]).&#10;" size="285" wordcount="37" timestamp="2014-07-18T16:47:53Z" />
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