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An evaluation of homogeneous presupposition in contemporary African missions

Moses Audi

An evaluation of homogeneous presupposition in contemporary African missions

by Moses Audi

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Published by [s.n.] in [S.l.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Christianity and culture -- Africa,
  • Missions -- Africa

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 50-53).

    Statementby Moses Audi with foreword by Rev. Dr. S.A. Ishola.
    ContributionsIshola, S. Ademola
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBR115.C8 A92 2001
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 53 p. ;
    Number of Pages53
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23672799M
    LC Control Number2004352925

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Replaced of father in modern versions of this loaded question. 4 For example, the MIT dissertation by ScottSoames() is an extensive discussion of Frege’s views of presupposition and a critique of contemporary theories (Karttunen,;Wilson). It mentions Frege’s paper only in passing in a couple of footnotes.

Presupposition and implicature 3 2 Presupposition The presuppositions of an utterance are the pieces of information that the speaker assumes (or acts as if she assumes) in order for her utterance to be meaningful in the current context. This broad characterization encompasses everything from general conversational norms to the particulars of.

My aim is to sketch a general abstract account of the notion of presupposition, and to argue that the presupposition relation which linguists talk about should be explained in terms of this general account.

The notion I will discuss is a pragmatic notion, as opposed to a purely semantic one. This means that the presupposition relation cannot be.

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Experiment 1 1. Research Question- Does the wording of a true presupposition (which either does or does not get mentioned) into an initial question influence answers to questions asked at a later date. Method Summary (important info only) - Students () were shown a video of a multiple-car accident due to one car not stopping at a stop.

about how to treat them, can be found in Kadmon’s book (Kadmon ), whose central Part Two consists of seven chapters on presuppositions, and in (Heim ). As for the semantics-pragmatics distinction, I believe that we probably do not need two separate notions of presupposition, but we need to understand how both semantic composition and.

Book August withReads How we measure 'reads' A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a. Presupposition has long been used as a property of language to mold the audience’s ideology.

Using presupposition triggers, surprisingly the author or speaker impinges on readers or listeners’ interpretation of facts and events, establishing either a. e.g. where did you buy the book (you brought the book) non-factive presupposition.

assumption something is not true e.g. 'dream' & 'imagine' are used with the presupposition that follows was not true - I dreamed that I was rich (I am not rich) counterfactual presupposition. Presupposition: A sentence S presupposes p if p must be true in order for S to have a truth value Conversational: Implicature arising from observing or flouting Gricean maxims.

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The. presupposition in translation. Presupposition plays an important role in translators’ work and decision-making, and it is helpful for explaining various issues related to translation. However, studies on presupposition in the light of translation are rare, and we have not found any similar explorations.

by Matt Slick 6/9/ This form of Christian apologetics deals with presuppositions. A presupposition is an assumption that is taken for granted. A Christian presuppositionalist presupposes God's existence and argues from that perspective to show the validity of Christian theism.1 This position also presupposes the truth of the Christian Scriptures and relies on the validity and power of the.

SEMANTIC PRESUPPOSITION. The notion of semantic presupposition enters contemporary philosophy of language and linguistics from the work of the logician and philosopher Frege (), who was primarily interested in developing an account of the logical form of sentences in which meaningfulness was not a suffi.

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Religious language has been a critical resource in the construction of African American identity. From the Christian slaves’ identification with the Exodus story to the religious views of the Nation of Islam, African Americans have articulated—through various religious traditions—their own sense of peoplehood, secured for themselves a common history, and imagined a future for their children.

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