There are many different ways of defining the word “semantics”. For instance, according to Eco (2017: 550–551), it is possible to distinguish at least five senses of semantics. That is to say: a. Semantics as the study of the meaning of terms removed from any context [...]; b. Semantics as the study of content systems or structural semantics [...]; c. Semantics as the study of the relation between term (or sentence) and referent, or as the study of reference [...]; d. Semantics as the study of the truth conditions of propositions expressed by sentences; e. Semantics as the study of the particular meaning that terms or sentences assume in context or in the text as a whole [...]; With particular reference the last sense, we will try to examine two key concepts of semantic analysis: the concept of compositionality and this one of semantic potential.
Francesco La Mantia (2020). Semantics. In Vercellone F, & Tedesco S. (a cura di), Glossary of Morphology (pp. 459-463). Springer.
LA MANTIA, Francesco (Corresponding)
|Data di pubblicazione:||2020|
|Citazione:||Francesco La Mantia (2020). Semantics. In Vercellone F, & Tedesco S. (a cura di), Glossary of Morphology (pp. 459-463). Springer.|
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