Donkey Pronoun

Donkey Pronoun

  • High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! A donkey pronoun is a pronoun that is bound in semantics but not syntax. Some writers prefer the term donkey anaphora, since it is the referential aspects and discourse or syntactic context that are of interest to researchers. The terms d-type or e-type pronoun are also used, mutually exclusively, dependent on theoretical approach to interpretation. A sentence containing a donkey pronoun is sometimes called a donkey sentence. The term donkey pronoun was coined from a counterexample provided by Peter Geach (1962) to Richard Montague's proposal for a generalized formal representation of quantification in natural language. The example was reused by David Lewis (1975), Gareth Evans (1977) and many others, and is still quoted in recent publications. The original donkey sentence is as follows. Every farmer who owns a donkey beats it. Peter Geach, Reference and Generality. This sentence is significant because it represents a class of well-formed natural ... (vollständige Produktbeschreibung -> siehe Tabelle unten)
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Donkey Pronoun

High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! A donkey pronoun is a pronoun that is bound in semantics but not syntax. Some writers prefer the term donkey anaphora, since it is the referential aspects and discourse or syntactic context that are of interest to researchers. The terms d-type or e-type pronoun are also used, mutually exclusively, dependent on theoretical approach to interpretation. A sentence containing a donkey pronoun is sometimes called a donkey sentence. The term donkey pronoun was coined from a counterexample provided by Peter Geach (1962) to Richard Montague's proposal for a generalized formal representation of quantification in natural language. The example was reused by David Lewis (1975), Gareth Evans (1977) and many others, and is still quoted in recent publications. The original donkey sentence is as follows. Every farmer who owns a donkey beats it. Peter Geach, Reference and Generality. This sentence is significant because it represents a class of well-formed natural language sentences that defy straight-forward attempts to generate their formal language equivalents.

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EAN 9786131633188
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Frederic P. Miller