Montague grammars

Philosophy dictionary. . 2011.

Look at other dictionaries:

  • categorial grammar — A type of formal grammar that works with a fixed number of basic categories, such as the sentence and the noun or noun phrase. A categorial grammar may serve as the basis for more powerful rules, such as those of Montague grammars …   Philosophy dictionary

  • Categorial grammar — is a term used for a family of formalisms in natural language syntax motivated by the principle of compositionality and organized according to the view that syntactic constituents should generally combine as functions or according to a function… …   Wikipedia

  • Science de la cognition — Dans l article des sciences cognitives, il est exprimé que les cogniticiens appartiennent à la science de la cognition. Nous aborderons donc, dans cet article, le principe même qui a fondé les sciences cognitives : la fusion des savoirs des… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • logic, philosophy of — Philosophical study of the nature and scope of logic. Examples of questions raised in the philosophy of logic are: In virtue of what features of reality are the laws of logic true? ; How do we know the truths of logic? ; and Could the laws of… …   Universalium

  • Grammatik — Syntax; Satzbau; Satzstruktur * * * Gram|ma|tik [gra matɪk], die; , en: a) <ohne Plural> Lehre vom Bau einer Sprache, ihren Formen und deren Funktion im Satz: die Regeln der lateinischen Grammatik. b) Buch, das den Bau einer Sprache… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Universal grammar — is a theory of linguistics postulating principles of grammar shared by all languages, thought to be innate to humans (linguistic nativism). It attempts to explain language acquisition in general, not describe specific languages. Universal grammar …   Wikipedia

  • Philosophy of language — is the reasoned inquiry into the nature, origins, and usage of language. As a topic, the philosophy of language for Analytic Philosophers is concerned with four central problems: the nature of meaning, language use, language cognition, and the… …   Wikipedia

  • Singular they — is a popular, non technical expression for uses of the pronoun they (and its inflected forms) when plurality is not required by the context. The Chicago Manual of Style notes: On the one hand, it is unacceptable to a great many reasonable readers …   Wikipedia

  • Paul Ziff — (Robert) Paul Ziff (22 October 1920 in New York City mdash;9 January 2003 in Chapel Hill, North Carolina) was an American artist and philosopher specializing in semantics and aesthetics.CareerHe studied art at Columbia University and New York’s… …   Wikipedia

  • СЕМАНТИЧЕСКИХ КАТЕГОРИЙ ТЕОРИЯ —     СЕМАНТИЧЕСКИХ КАТЕГОРИЙ ТЕОРИЯ теория типологии значений выражений естественных и искусственных языков. Различают типы сущностей и типы символов, типы значений выражений языка.     Учение о семантических категориях восходит к Т. Фреге и… …   Философская энциклопедия

Share the article and excerpts

Direct link
Do a right-click on the link above
and select “Copy Link”