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The representation may be related to the world in terms of a number of concepts, such as truth~n which semantic theories have in general concentrated-possibility, and 36 Leo Noordman and Femke de Blijzer plausibility. The distinction between relations in the representation and relations of the representation to (a model of) the world is related to the distinction made by Guenthner (1989) between D-relations (for discourse) and T-relations (for truth). A similar distinction is made in theories about psychological representations (Johnson-Laird 1983).
ChichesterlNew York: Tavistock/Methuen. Ziv, Yael On the rationality of 'relevance' and the relevance of 'rationality'. 1988 Journal ofpragmatics 12: 535-545. Causality in language and in discourse. Journal ofliterary semantics 1993 22: 177-185. Conjunction and causality: pragmatics and the lexicon. Pragmatics 1993 and language learning monograph series 4: 17-27. On the processing of causal relations Leo G. M Noordman and Femke de Blijzer This study deals with how different kinds of causal sentences are understood.
I use capital letters to indicate that I am talking about principles within a framework that are not necessarily identical with their colloquial counterparts. 11. Grice himself (1975: 46) speaks about "different kinds and focuses of relevance" whose exact nature is not made very clear. The maxim of relevance is the least explicit one in Grice's account. Maybe the five principles discussed here could contribute to a clarification. References Alm-Arvius, Christina 1993 The English verb see: a study in multiple meaning.
Cause - Condition - Concession - Contrast: Cognitive and Discourse Perspectives by Elizabeth Couper-Kuhlen, Bernd Kortmann