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Jackendoff, Ray

A User's Guide to Thought and Meaning (Gebundene Ausgabe)

Oxford University Press, Februar 2012

274 S. - Sprache: Englisch - 40 line drawings and cartoons - 243x161x25 mm

ISBN: 019969320X EAN: 9780199693207

A profoundly arresting integration of the faculties of the mind - of how we think, speak, and see the world. Written with an informality that belies the originality of its insights and the radical nature of its conclusions this is the author's most important book since his groundbreaking Foundations of Language in 2002.

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1 Why do we need a User's Guide to thought and meaning?; Part One: Language, Words, and Meaning; 2 What's a language?; 3 Perspectives on English; 4 Perspectives on sunsets, tigers, and puddles; 5 What's a word?; 6 What counts as the same word?; 7 Some uses of mean and meaning; 8 Objective and subjective meaning; 9 What do meanings have to be able to do?; 10 Meanings can't be visual images; 11 Word meanings aren't cut and dried; 12 Not all the meaning is in the words; 13 Meanings, concepts, and thoughts; 14 Does your language determine your thought?; Part Two: Consciousness and Perception; 15 What's it like to be thinking?; 16 Some phenomena that test the Unconscious Meaning Hypothesis; 17 Conscious and unconscious; 18 What does What is consciousness? mean?; 19 Three cognitive correlates of conscious thought; 20 Some prestigious theories of consciousness; 21 What's it like to see things?; 22 Two components of thought and meaning; 23 See something as a fork; 24 Other modalities of spatial perception; 25 How do we see the world as out there?; 26 Other feels in experience; Part Three: Reference, Truth, and Thought; 27 How do we use language to talk about the world?; 28 Mismatching reference in conversation; 29 What kinds of things can we refer to? (Cognitive metaphysics, Lesson 1); 30 Referential files for pictures and thoughts; 31 What's truth?; 32 Problems for an ordinary perspective on truth; 33 What's it like to judge a sentence true?; 34 Noticing something's wrong; 35 What's it like to be thinking rationally?; 36 How much rational thinking do we actually do?; 37 How rational thinking helps; 38 Chamber music; 39 Rational thinking as a craft; 40 Some pitfalls of apparently rational thinking; Part IV: A Larger View; 41 Some speculation on science and the arts; 42 Ordinary and cognitive perspectives on morality; 43 Ordinary and cognitive perspectives on religion; 44 Learning to live with multiple perspectives; Index

Über den Autor

Ray Jackendoff is Seth Merrin Professor of Philosophy and Co-Director of the Center for Cognitive Studies at Tufts University. His books include Semantics and Cognition (MIT 1983), Consciousness and the Computational Mind (MIT 1987), The Architecture of the Language Faculty (MIT 1997), Foundations of Language (OUP 2002), Simpler Syntax (with Peter Culicover, OUP 2005), Language, Consciousness, Culture: Essays on Mental Structure (MIT 2007), and Meaning and the Lexicon: The Parallel Architecture, 1975-2010 (OUP, 2010).


Ray Jackendoff has an uncanny ability to ask interesting and pressing questions. Anyone interested in language and thought should ask such questions. The asking itself is the primary intellectual act - that, and of course the ordering of the asking, which is by no means obvious and constantly problematical, as he well knows and kindly informs the reader. As for providing answers, pivotal questions may have answers, but they are complex and never simple and thus require extremely careful expression. In his effort to treat his readers in a way that is warm and friendly, he sometimes employs phrases ("kind of," "sort of," "well, like," and other things relaxed speakers tend to say) which I do not find essential, but which for others will surely have the effect of making the issues clear and comprehensible. Peter Bloom, Professor of Humanities, Smith College Clear and concise. The pace is perfect: very short chapters making for a very enjoyable read. The index is also thorough and helpful. As an introduction to a cognitivist perspective on linguistic meaning and thought, this is an extremely helpful book in both tone and content. Tadeusz Zawidzki, Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews

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