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Contents of pragmatics on speaker's intentions, presuppositions, frame, listener's interpretation, barriers/noise, and shared context are helpful in understanding communication cycle.
This essay analyzes conversations between characters in WB, examines how speakers' presuppositions are linguistically triggered, and suggests how their unshared or uncorrected presuppositions reflect their complex and conflicting connections to Christian beliefs.
My friend then read me the first paragraph of I think it was Cartesian Meditations and remarked on point after point, "Isn't this a presupposition? And isn't this a presupposition?" and so on.
The first of these categories entails the presuppositions of order which we defined earlier as presuppositions that suggest a condition of logical or comprehensible arrangement among the separate elements of a group.
--presents a fundamental challenge to the presupposition of randomness in conventional quantum theory--thereby providing a scientific framework for understanding anomalous phenomena and the associated departures from the predictions of conventional quantum theory.
"No country is entitled to impose its beliefs and presuppositions on others," he underlined, "A common understanding about the human rights should be reahed by learning about the existing concepts in this regard."
A prime consideration in attempting to explain the strength of the commitment to education about the environment is the fact that we all hold, often uncritically, a number of presuppositions about curriculum and classroom practice which tend to influence or constrain our education-related actions.
The aim of the paper is to discuss one aspect of the relations between assertions and contexts, namely, the process of presuppositions accommodation.
In order to ascertain the presuppositions and in the text examined, the test known as Constancy under Negation Rule was employed.
Attention to the structure of presuppositions in thought leads us to consider ideas in terms of multiple levels and, most importantly, always to understand ideas as operating in contexts.