Psychologizing the Semantics of Fiction

Methodos 10 (2010)
Abstract
Les théoriciens sémantistes de la fiction cherchent typiquement à expliquer nos relations sémantiques au fictionnel dans le contexte plus général des théories de la référence, privilégiant une explication de la sémantique sur le psychologique. Dans cet article, nous défendons une dépendance inverse. Par l’éclaircissement de nos relations psychologiques au fictionnel, nous trouverons un guide pour savoir comment développer une sémantique de la fiction. S’ensuivra une esquisse de la sémantique
Keywords affect   référence   vérité   double-posture   force causale   inférence   explication maximale   Postulat de Non-existence   règle de Parménide   état psychologique   causal powers   double-aspectness   maximal account   non-Existence postulate   Parmenides’ rule   psychological states   truth
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DOI 10.4000/methodos.2387
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