Metalinguistic Discourses, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2015

Metalinguistic discourses

de Viviane Arigne et Christiane Rocq-Migette (eds.)

Table of Contents

Acknowledgements
Introduction, Viviane Arigne and Christiane Rocq-Migette
Chapter One, Metalinguistic Discourse and Formal Representation, Jean Pamiès
Chapter Two, Generative Grammar and Cognitive Linguistics: On the History of a Theoretical Split in American Linguistics, Jean-Michel Fortis
Chapter Three, Metalinguistic Enunciative Systems. An Example: Temporality in Natural Languages, Jean-Pierre Desclés and Zlatka Guentchéva
Chapter Four, From Functions to Metafunctions: The Sources of British Functional Linguistics, Charles-Henry Morling
Chapter Five, Gradients, Scales, Clines, and Structural Ambiguity, Olivier Simonin
Chapter Six, Are Possible Worlds Necessary? Evaluating Theories of Modality, Kate Judge
Chapter Seven, Irony in Two Theoretical Frameworks: Relevance Theory and Argumentative Polyphony Theory, Tomonori Okubo
Chapter Eight, Pragmatic vs. Enunciative Views of Spoken English Discourse: Interpreting the Prosody of Certain Parenthetical “Comment Clauses”, Steven Schaefer
Notes
Bibliography
Contributors
Index of Cited Authors
Subject Index