MIC Sorbonne 2010

Communication et contexte - Context-bound Communication

Colloque Interdisciplinaire - Interdisciplinary Conference

18-19 Novembre 2010

Werner ABRAHAM

Foreign conscience alignment in syntax and semantics

Olivier AZAM

Structure métainformative de l’énoncé et choix de la forme de l’adjectif épithète après dva (dve), tri et četyre dans un syntagme numéral sujet en russe littéraire classique et contemporain

GADELII Karl

Functions of clause-initial constituents in Scandinavian languages

Dirk GEERAERTS

Usage-based testing of linguistic hypotheses: The case of Dutch causatives

Rachel GIORA, Ofer FEIN, Meni YEARI

Will anticipating irony facilitate it immediately ?

Yasunari HARADA

Accessibility of Information and Default Interpretation among Communicating Agents

Katarzyna JASZCZOLT

Pragmatic Universals, Efficiency and Defaults

Radosław KATARZYNIAK

Modal formulas grounding in BDI (Belief-Desire-Intention) agents

Elisabeth LEISS

V-first as covert marker of perfectivity in Old Icelandic

Istvan KECSKES

Salience in Language production

Elise MIGNOT

Natural Gender and Focalization in English

Jacques MOESCHLER

Pragmatics' paradox: how to deal with linguistic issues in a pragmatic contextual framework

Jan PEKELDER

Subject scrambling in the middle field - The case of modern Dutch

Javier PEREZ GUERRA

& Ana E. MARTINEZ INSUA

"It has been argued that passivisation is a meta-informative strategy": on active–passive variation in the recent history of English

Maciej PIASECKI

Self-organising Logic of Structures as an Element of the Multi-layered Language Description

Aude REBOTIER

La position des objets et des sujets dans l'énoncé assertif allemand

Franz STACHOWIAK

An attempt of a neuropsychological foundation of MIC Theory

(PPT) (PDF)

André WLODARCZYK

Predication, Grounding and Refinement

Hélène WLODARCZYK

The MIC Approach to Word Order