This book focuses on dialog from a varied combination of fields: Linguistics, Philosophy of Language and Computation. It builds on the hypothesis that meaning in human communication arises at the discourse level rather than at the word level. The book offers a complex analytical framework and integration of the central areas of research around human communication. The content revolves around meaning butit also gives evidence of the connection among different points of view.
Besides discussing issues of general interest to the field, the book triggers theoretical argumentation that is currently under scientific discussion. It examines such topics as immanent reasoning joined with Recanati's lekta and free enrichment, challenges of internet conversation, inner dialogs, cognition and language, and the relation between assertion and denial. It proposes a dialogical framework for intra-negotiation and gives a geolinguistic perspective on spoken discourse. Finally, it examines dialog and abduction and sheds light on a generation of dialog contexts by means of multimodal logic applied to speech acts.
Chapter 1. Joining Immanent Reasoning, Recanati´s Lekta and Free-Enrichment (Shahid Rahman).- Chapter 2. Internet Conversation: The New Challenges of Digital Dialogue (Catalina Fuentes Rodríguez & Maria Ester Brenes Peña).- Chapter 3. Inner Dialogues: Typology, uses and Functions (Jesús Portillo Fernández).- Chapter 4. Conversational Systems for Mental Health and Wellbeing (Zoraida Callejas & David Griol).- Chapter 5. Assertion, Denial and their Relation (Gonçalo Santos).- Chapter 6. The Ascetic Path of the Winning Arguments. A Dialogical Framework for Intra-Negotiation Prior to an Inter-Negotiation (María Dolores Martínez Cazalla).- Chapter 7. Communication in Tourism: Information Technologies, the Human User, Visual Culture and the Location (Alcina Pereira de Sousa & Nuno Ramos Ferreira de Gouveia).- Chapter 8. About Dialog and Abduction (Cristina Barés & Matthieu Fontaine).- Chapter 9. Generation of Dialog Contexts by Means of a Multimodal Logic Applied to Speech Acts (Francisco J Salguero).
Teresa Lopez-Soto works in the field of Computational Linguistics, with research done in the area of Corpus Linguistics and Human-Machine Dialog Systems. As a secondary field, she has also carried out studies from a cognitive perspective to human language, especially on language perception and audition, with a focus on second language learning and people with hearing disabilities.
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Collana: Logic, Argumentation & Reasoning
Dimensioni: 235 x 155 mm Ø 594 gr
Formato: Copertina rigida
Illustration Notes:38 Illustrations, black and white
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