S-Space College of Humanities (인문대학) English Language and Literature (영어영문학과) SNU working papers in English language and linguistics SNU working papers in English language and linguistics Vol.06 (2007)
Gricean Circle from the Perspective of the said and its Limitations
- Kim, JeongYoon
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- SNU Working Papers in English Linguistics and Language, Vol.6, pp. 35-53
- This paper purports to review the previous attempts to dissolve Gricean Circle by revising the notion of what is said and their limitations. Because the circularity was poised between what is said and what is impliccated, some of recent efforts have been concentrated to transform the one horn, what is said, to be exempt from the regressive logic. Recanati (2001) and Carston (2002), the most prominent among them, gamer some successes upon the task, but are exposed to logical circularity either within what is said or between what is communicated and what is said. More promising approach seems to befall Bach's (2001) proposal of proposition radical.