Cognitive Environments and Conversational Tailoring

Croatian Journal of Philosophy 15 (2):151-162 (2015)
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This paper explores the psychological notion of context as cognitive environment that is part of the Relevance Theory framework and describes the way in which such CEs are constrained during the course of conversation as the conversational partners engage in “conversional tailoring”.



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