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Justification structures for document reuse [chapter]

L. Karl Branting, James C. Lester
1996 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This paper proposes a framework for document reuse based on an explicit representation of the illocutionary and rhetorical structure underlying documents.  ...  Document drafting|an important problem-solving task of professionals in a wide variety of elds|typi es a design task requiring complex adaptation for case reuse.  ...  This paper has proposed a self-explaining document framework that uses explicit knowledge of the document's illocutionary and rhetorical structure for indexing and adapation.  ... 
doi:10.1007/bfb0020603 fatcat:bcsf7jq4nvgfdggqpw2isnozry

Origin and structure of focus concord constructions in Old Japanese – a synthesis

Heiko Narrog
2019 Glossa  
These constructions typically involve a focused constituent with a specific particle that corresponds to a specific nominalized predicate form.  ...  This paper provides a critical analysis of the possible origins and the proposed structures of focus particle constructions with clause-final nominalized predicates in older Japanese, which form part of  ...  Aldridge) and three anonymous reviewers for their invaluable help in improving my manuscript. All remaining errors are my own.  ... 
doi:10.5334/gjgl.629 fatcat:pwbiac6jsbgt7dysowca7iuyry

Foundations for Typologies of Texts

1972 Semiotica: Journal of the International Association for Semiotic Studies  
the relation between abstractions and names for classes is very close. 1.5.1.  ...  The most explicit form of (quasi-)serial ordering is reached when we can give explicit criteria for this orderíng, e.g., in quantitative or, in general, in metrical terms.  ... 
doi:10.1515/semi.1972.6.4.297 fatcat:zd5h4jgs5zbr7aayezycdfqaou

On the variability of negative scope in Japanese

2008 Journal of Linguistics  
These are summarized in (74).  ...  (ii) Watasi-tati-wa hisasiku onsin-hutuu dat-ta. we-TOP long communication-out COP-PAST 'We were out of communication for a long time. ' Such quasi-NPI items are not appropriate for checking the availability  ...  rather than run at all. ' The examples in (106) show how the NPI adverb sukosimo can be licensed by the overt negative marker nai, but not by a polarity operator in the complement clause of an affective predicate  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0022226708005161 fatcat:ljhar66mtfaexins7s6t2f3wba

The Logic of Sir William Hamilton: Tunnelling Through Sand to Place the Keystone in the Aristotelic Arch [chapter]

Ralph Jessop
2008 Handbook of the History of Logic  
quasi-organic process of thought that may be analysed into components for the purpose of speaking about and better comprehending concepts (see LL.I.133).  ...  As though trying to reinforce Hamilton's claim that his doctrine of the quantification of the predicate had been taught in his Lectures prior to de Morgan's quantification, the Editors' insertion of  ... 
doi:10.1016/s1874-5857(08)80007-6 fatcat:eyuedvnvp5ad5lus33k4xwyjmm

Certum atque Confessum: Lorenzo Valla on the Forensics of Certainty

Charles McNamara
2018 Rhetorica: A Journal of the History of Rhetoric  
Mack notes "the appearance Where, then, should one insert certainty?  ...  For a discussion of Valla's preference for rhetoric over dialectic, especially in the context of later humanist thinking, see L.  ... 
doi:10.1525/rh.2018.36.3.244 fatcat:koehjetoszhs7eepvyth3wldoa

A Brief Critical Introduction to the Ontological Argument and its Formalization: Anselm, Gaunilo, Descartes, Leibniz and Kant

Ricardo Sousa Silvestre
2018 IfColog journal of logics and their applications (FLAP)  
Providing a good argument for the conclusion that God does exist, or that it is highly probable that he exists, might be a pretty strong case for the thesis that belief in his existence is rational.  ...  Like the concept of a squared circle, it could never be 1 For more on the concept of omnipotence and the paradox of the stone see [6].  ...  premise (i) A supremely perfect being has every perfection. quasi-tautological.  ... 
dblp:journals/flap/Silvestre18 fatcat:l6hbeivtpfdpfl4bog4dh7qswi

The representation of language within language: a syntactico-pragmatic typology of direct speech

Mark de Vries
2008 Studia Linguistica  
This article builds on (and provides indirect support for) the idea that quotations are to be defined pragmatically as (quasi-)linguistic demonstrations.  ...  It is shown that quotations are grammatically opaque, and that embedded quotations are assigned a nominal categorial status upon insertion into a syntactic derivation.  ...  If we decide to quote, we must be doing so for rhetorical purposes, and it follows that the form (in the broad sense of the word) is important.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1467-9582.2007.00142.x fatcat:5qewklt5pfe7jcqhqlgw75j6xm

The Slum Pastoral: Helicopter Visuality and Koolhaas's Lagos

Tim Hecker
2010 Space and Culture  
His defense of the use of elevation as a tool of architectural understanding and abstraction was summarized in his well-known quotation: "the airplane indicts the city" (Le Corbusier, 1988, p. 5).  ...  For Koolhaas, the recovery of order, his making a case for the claim that Lagos is a city that works, is predicated particularly on his arguments and, more important, his visual documentation of the function  ... 
doi:10.1177/1206331210365257 fatcat:gy7m5575q5awffso3pxwz7upoe

Consequence Relations An Introduction to the Tarski-Lindenbaum Method [article]

Alex Citkin, Alexei Muravitsky
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Then, before the first application of (E3-) in (7.8), we insert the sequence: 1 , … , ≈ , … , [ ] ≈ [ ], [ ] ≈ [ ], which is an initial subsequence of the sequence obtained from (7.8) by such an insertion  ...  Sikorski, according to which completeness theorems for the theses of the abovementioned abstract logics, as well as for the predicate calculus of minimal logic and of constructive logic with strong negation  ...  Accordingly, we denote and for any protoformula ( , * ) and ∈  , ( , ( * )); and for any ∈ {∀, ∃}, Similarly to Proposition 9.2.1, we summarize the multiple definition above in the following proposition  ... 
arXiv:2106.10966v2 fatcat:rzd7q6gguzgkvcw4logwmuhfeu

Pacotte tree networks, graph theory and projective geometry [article]

Daniel Parrochia
2020 arXiv   pre-print
So that each segment has its own role, the same for its two poles, Pacotte cuts the line between the two positive poles by inserting a new point.  ...  However, we will prove later that it is, in this case, quasi-strongly connected.  ... 
arXiv:2006.05376v1 fatcat:6pwo36pkw5gytow2g3fa6sgr6u

Swedish modal particles as markers of engagement: Evidence from distribution and frequency

Henrik Bergqvist
2020 Folia linguistica  
Analytical support for ju and väl as markers of engagement comes from the distribution of both forms with first person (jag), second person (du), and generic (man) subject pronouns.  ...  Thanks also to two reviewers for their insightful and constructive comments and to the Editors of Folia Linguistica for their efforts and kind guidance. Financial support for the research on which the  ...  acknowledge the intellectual and practical efforts of Karolina Grzech and Eva Schultze-Berndt who co-organized the workshop in which this paper was first presented and later initiated the editorial process for  ... 
doi:10.1515/flin-2020-2047 fatcat:3wxur766lzhvvet4fav3yzvfom

Reason and Agency in Kant and Fichte

Michael Vater
2018 Revista de estudios sobre Fichte  
If abstracted as continua, they provide the content for formal operations (judgments) of mathematics and the constructions of geometry.  ...  I have set out the Analytic's argument as a list not to summarize its contents, but to bring Kant's narrative strategy to light.  ... 
doi:10.4000/ref.845 fatcat:q5bhaegckjao5bg633ixfv3uzu

On Yeats's Poem "Leda and the Swan"

Leo Spitzer
1954 Modern philology  
—the rhetorical question is entirely hers) ; the second question (‘‘and how ean body... . But feel the strange heart beating?’’)  ...  Im Diistern bist du nur zuhause Leo Spirzer present moment a latent future inserts itself which one day shall be seen as a past that took root in that moment.  ... 
doi:10.1086/389017 fatcat:l7aycnnjofhylfxq3yub35ofxy

Inter-sentential anaphora and coherence relations in discourse: a perfect match

Francis Cornish
2009 Language Sciences  
Interleaved with these are two distinguishable levels in the assignment of reference to the anaphor(s) in the second unit: first, through a search for evidence for the appropriateness of a given anticipated  ...  or more abstract -'cognitive' space) in which to ground the eventualities that occur or exist.  ...  Marcu (2000) for an attempt to automatically derive RST rhetorical text structures based mainly on cue-phrases (connectives and adverbial expressions).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.langsci.2008.06.002 fatcat:ta3gnvljojddhcgal3qyep5phe
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