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By Maxim I. Stamenov (Ed.)

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This quantity includes chosen contributions to the interdisciplinary symposium on 'Models of that means' held in Varna, September 25-28, 1988, lower than the auspices of the Institute of the Bulgarian Language of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences. the purpose of the assembly used to be to develop the horizons of which means study and the modeling of linguistic semantics, with contributions centering at the acceptable modeling of lexical, syntactic, and textual-semantic representations. The papers problem a few uncomplicated notions of semantics and show major avenues of improvement in modern investigations. One is towards broadening the scope of investigativeness, the second one is towards a better domain-specificity as expressed in a better sensitivity to pragmatics and meta-pragmatic concerns.

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Austin: Univ. of Texas Press. Ricoeur, Paul. 1984-1987. Time and Narrative. Vols. 1-3. Transl, by Kath­ leen McLaughlin & David Pellauer. Chicago & London: Univ. of Chicago Press. Rorty, Richard. 1979. Philosophy and the Mirror of Nature. Princeton: Princeton Univ. Press. Schrag, Calvin O. 1986. Communicative Praxis and the Space of Subjectiv­ ity. Bloomington: Indiana Univ. Press. Meaning Prior to the Separation of the Five Senses Eugene T. Gendlin University of Chicago Its seems obvious that colours differ from sounds, and seeing from hearing.

T: It is not about him. P: (silence) Urn, I can hardly touch it. It's — I can't want my mother. I, I can hardly say it. T: You can't want — her. P: (silence) That is where I feel the noises like darts. (silence) It's real early, real early. T: It feels like a very, very early experience. P: (silence) I can't want — anything. 36 EUGENE T. GENDLIN T: P: T: P: T: P: T: P: (silence) This needs to rest, and it can't. If it lets down and rests it will die. It needs to keep up its guard. There is such a big need and longing, to rest, to let down, to ease, but somehow also, this part of you can't rest.

But only patterns make a kind. Only when a pattern can be responded to as such, on some­ thing else, for example in the water, can things come to be in kinds. Then there is a distinction between particulars and kinds. Then the patterns make kinds of thing. For us there are not only trees, but also the pattern-of a tree. We see both this actual tree, and that it is a tree. So do animals, but the distinction is not there as yet. A dog might urinate against any tree, so we can say the dog treats trees as universals.

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