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How to ground a language for legal discourse in a prototypical perceptual semantics

L. Thorne McCarty
2015 Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Law - ICAIL '15  
A LOGICAL LANGUAGE We can now address the title of this talk: How to Ground a Language for Legal Discourse in a Prototypical Perceptual Semantics.  ...  L Thorne McCarty, How to Ground a Language for Legal Discourse in a Prototypical Perceptual Semantics, in PROCEEDINGS OF THE FIFTEENTH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND LAW 89-98  ...  Figure 15 Recall that we were looking for a learnable knowledge representation language, based on prototypes. How is this possible?  ... 
doi:10.1145/2746090.2746091 dblp:conf/icail/McCarty15 fatcat:o6g4vfyk2ffknmbi3bjdh3yjsy

How to Ground a Language for Legal Discourse in a Prototypical Perceptual Semantics

L. Thorne McCarty
2021
Article published in the Michigan State Law Review.  ...  A LOGICAL LANGUAGE We can now address the title of this talk: How to Ground a Language for Legal Discourse in a Prototypical Perceptual Semantics.  ...  L Thorne McCarty, How to Ground a Language for Legal Discourse in a Prototypical Perceptual Semantics, in PROCEEDINGS OF THE FIFTEENTH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND LAW 89-98  ... 
doi:10.17613/krae-ah48 fatcat:z7q2kgzczbfzzhbc6g6hk74hfu

Grounding, mapping, and acts of meaning [chapter]

Chris Sinha
1999 Cognitive Linguistics Research  
course of acquiring language, and becoming a member of the surrounding speech community, the child develops the increasing ability to participate in acts of meaning grounded in a universe of discourse  ...  I shall concentrate, however, on the level of the "primordial discourse situation", in which physical referents are immediately perceptually available to the discourse participants.  ... 
doi:10.1515/9783110803464.223 fatcat:wikbppbvczajjamw73thwliyre

Your Brain on Comics: A Cognitive Model of Visual Narrative Comprehension

Neil Cohn
2019 Topics in Cognitive Science  
Ongoing semantic processes build meaning into an evolving mental model of a visual discourse.  ...  to manipulation of sequential images, music, and language.  ...  Acknowledgments Thanks are given to Katalin B alint, Emily Coderre, Tom Foulsham, Ray Jackendoff, Gina Kuperberg, Fons Maes, Joe Magliano, and Joost Schilperoord for comments on earlier drafts  ... 
doi:10.1111/tops.12421 pmid:30963724 pmcid:PMC9328425 fatcat:heovl2xkp5hgnpwsilpqzxkrwy

Knowledge Structures and Ways of Their Description in Cognitive Terminology Research

Larissa Manerko
2019 Terminologija  
in the on-going interaction in specialized discourse.  ...  They present a terminological meaning in relation to personal thoughts reflecting social, pragmatic and other extra-linguistic factors in knowledge structures according to cognitive mechanisms and categorization  ...  It seeks to understand how knowledge is constructed by a human being with the help of language means used for purposes of communication.  ... 
doi:10.35321/term26-03 fatcat:6ntwqgfe4vbylkbmynqjxd52vi

Towards Understanding of Conceptualisation in Cognitive Terminology

Larissa Manerko
2016 Lege Artis. Language yesterday, today, tomorrow  
The paper describes the nature of the concept in terminological research introspectively leading to a cognitively grounded framework and usage-based study in cognitive terminology, where conceptualization  ...  is revealed on the basis of the dynamic character of human scientific thinking, cognitive systems directly affecting terminological systems and professional discourse, and representing conceptual organization  ...  Research tendencies in Terminology and languages for special purposes in the 20 th century Isaac Newton in his letter to Robert Hooke tried to answer the question how he had managed to create such a great  ... 
doi:10.1515/lart-2016-0012 fatcat:ln6lqaygbre3zauhumqo5cauc4

Auslegung: a journal of philosophy, Volume 15, Number 2 (Summer, 1989): Book Reviews

1989 Auslegung a Journal of Philosophy  
knowledge, the status of perceptual judgments and the need for a theory of conceptformation, to the implications of his direct realism for the foundationalism/coherentism issue, and to how his realisms  ...  Von Lcydcn argues in Chapter Four that Aristotle favors a legal system that is both based on nature and open to reform.  ... 
doi:10.17161/ajp.1808.9292 fatcat:sdwoi4haxzddfp5iqhymokj25y

The teaching of metaphor in the advertising discourse of business newspapers

María Enriqueta Cortés de los Ríos
2001 Ibérica  
These activities can also contribute to teaching cognitive semantics in specialized discourse in a more effective way.  ...  We think, in line with this perspective, that including metaphor in an English language programme can provide Economics students with a useful tool to interpret vocabulary and improve reading skills.  ...  Obviously, they could be applied to other types of discourse: economic, legal, etc., but this would form part of a separate study.  ... 
doaj:8ee4c6e420c842a6b820cc97776a60e1 fatcat:vdpcpntvxzavvplxroy4zojlca

Metaphors, domains and embodiment

M.E. Botha
2005 Koers : Bulletin for Christian Scholarship  
Such a framework must be able to ground their notion of "conceptual metaphor" and meaning in the ineradicably METAPHORS, DOMAINS AND EMBODIMENT SEERVELD, CALVIN. 1980. Rainbows for The Fallen World.  ...  Investigations of metaphorical meaning constitution and meaning (in-)variance has revealed the significance of semantic and semiotic domains and the contexts within which they function as basis for the  ...  The quest for a literal grounding of meaning associated with the double language thesis needs to be replaced by a grounding of meaning in the distinction between non-analogical (or original) modal meaning  ... 
doi:10.4102/koers.v70i3.277 fatcat:ibmv37telbcsjlvqhhhkmmb4bu

Ecological validity in the study of language

Waldemar J. Skrzypczak
2020 Theoria et Historia Scientiarum  
Having its seat in both realms, the subjective and the intersubjective, as a product of human mind, society and culture, language appears to be the most complex phenomenon in the known Universe.  ...  In the realm of psychological research, Gilliam Cohen, a cognitive psychologist, advocates "a return to real-life situations", such as "remembering real faces, shopping lists, scenes, etc."  ...  the aforementioned conceptions of the perceptual cycle, abstraction from Ecological validity in the study of language usage and idealization in semantic memory.  ... 
doi:10.12775/ths.2020.004 fatcat:qvubuhguofcfbhvv73puo2iow4

Approche cognitive de la traduction économique: réflexion théorique et retombées pratiques

Alessandra Rollo
2016 MonTi: Monografías de Traducción e Interpretación  
and Semantics (model of prototype categorization, notion of embodiment, scenes-and-frames semantics).  ...  To account for the cognitive activities underlying the mechanism of conceptualization and linguistic formulation, we shall focus on some key concepts developed in the framework of Cognitive Linguistics  ...  According to the figure/ground principle of perception which Cognitive Semantics borrowed from Gestalt psychology, when we perceive an object outside the linguistic environment, it appears as a perceptually  ... 
doi:10.6035/monti.2016.8.2 fatcat:m7qrvivs3reknnyjj34y255474

A Socio-cognitive Approach to Factive Presupposition and Epistemic Modality in Hillary Clinton's Political Discourse: Tunisia's Democratic Transition as a Case Study

Thouraya Zheni
2018 Arab World English Journal  
Studying factive presupposition and epistemic modality seems to be an effective pragmatic tool to reveal what is presented as factual and ideological knowledge in political discourse.  ...  Studying factive presupposition and epistemic modality seems to be an effective pragmatic tool to reveal what is presented as factual and ideological knowledge in political discourse.  ...  Perceptually grounded beliefs are assumed to be related to the structure of reality by a causal effect (Dancy, 1985 , cited in Papafragou, et al., 2007 .  ... 
doi:10.24093/awej/th.202 fatcat:dsdvjln2w5cbnod7bpfy4ukyye

Persuasion prosody in prosecutor's speech: Ukrainian and english

Vladyslava Akkurt, Tetiana Korolova, Oleksandra Popova
2021 Revista Amazonía investiga  
It has been stated that in both English and Ukrainian an utterance becomes emphatic due to the prosodic means of persuasion in a prosecutor's speech as follows: 1) changes of tempo; 2) changes of the pitch  ...  The above mentioned facts enable us to conclude that: while describing the first of these aspects of typological similarity of prosody in the compared languages, the parameters of the pitch component of  ...  At the same time, legal discourse is not a collective phenomenon, but a holistic one and is not reduced to its varieties, in particular to judicial discourse; denotes a single, logically constructed system  ... 
doi:10.34069/ai/2021.47.11.13 fatcat:67hqgnk6w5ceffrwkgac7kqkwi

Professional Vision

Charles Goodwin
1994 American Anthropologist  
, how to code a relevant perceptual field in terms of categories that are consequential for her work.  ...  accomplishment and a locus for contestation—even a central site for legal argument.  ... 
doi:10.1525/aa.1994.96.3.02a00100 fatcat:pi3utbamkrbyfehlm5bjh2mw6i

A Deliberation Theory-Based Approach to the Management of Usability Guidelines

Fahri Yetim
2009 Informing Science  
This paper contributes to research and praxis by providing a theory-based model and a prototype for the management of guidelines.  ...  This paper argues that approaches to guidelines need to support processes of deliberation and tradeoff and suggests a deliberation theory-informed model for the organization of guidelines.  ...  Robert Bock has contributed to the system prototype in his undergraduate thesis. I remain responsible for any errors.  ... 
doi:10.28945/429 fatcat:v6lx57io7bhltga2mcrb5ucsju
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