Some Inconsistencies with What Is Said and What is Implicated in an Utterance.
Contrastive Linguistics, 2000, 25(3), pp. 43-52. Print ISSN 0204-8701
The paper focuses on the role real world context has in the specification of the truth-conditions of a declarative sentence and, more specifically, when one and the same declarative sentence matches different sets of truth-conditions in the world as a result of a lack of specificity in the mode of description of the respective state of appairs.
sentence meaning, truth-conditions
Language, Linguistics, Literature and Theory of Literature