By Monika Schwarz-Friesel, Manfred Consten, Mareile Knees
This quantity features a cautious number of papers focused on genuine study questions about anaphoric reference, an issue of present curiosity with a number of linguistic subdisciplines. this can be mirrored during this e-book because it methodically covers commonly invested methods from cognitive, neurolinguistic, formal and computational views, each one contribution representing the respective ‘state of the artwork’ on a excessive theoretical and empirical point. the quantity includes 3 thematic components: Anaphors in Cognitive, textual content- and Discourse Linguistics; The Syntax and Semantics of Anaphors; and Neurolinguistic stories at the reception of anaphoric reference. The contributions examine numerous Indo-European languages.
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1. This paper was presented at the 27th Annual Meeting of the German Linguistic Society, 23–26 February 2005: Workshop n° 1, “Anaphora in Texts”, held at the University of Cologne. I am very grateful to the audience at this presentation for the useful discussion which followed it, as well as to the organizers of this Workshop, Monika Schwarz-Friesel and Manfred Consten, for inviting me. rancis Cornish The reader is invited to consult that article for further information, since there is no space in the present paper to include the details.
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Anaphors in Text: Cognitive, Formal and Applied Approaches to Anaphoric Reference by Monika Schwarz-Friesel, Manfred Consten, Mareile Knees