Significatio (linguistica)

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Ioannes Stuart Mill significationem in denotationem et connotationem divisit.

Significatio in linguistica est res quam fons vel mittor? per nuntium spectatori vel receptori exprimat, communicet, vel convehat, et quam receptor ex contextu praesente colligat.[1] Pragmatica invicem est studium modorum per quos contextus significationem afficit; formae principales pragmaticae magni momenti sunt contextus linguisticus et contextus situationalis.

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Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Nick Sanchez. "Communication Process". New Jersey Institute of Technology .

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

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