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The word semantics itself denotes a range of ideas. such things as paragraph structure and punctuation have semantic content. and the linkage of all of these to syntax. A key concern is how meaning attaches to larger chunks of text.g. neuter plural of sēmantikós)[1][2] is the study of meaning. and qualia or subjective experience. discourse analysis. the interpretation is necessarily dynamic and the meaning of sentences is viewed as context change potentials instead of propositions. metonymy. and each has several branches of study. syntax. and the study of relations between different linguistic units and compounds: homonymy. such as the problem of resolving indexical or anaphora (e. and proxemics have semantic (meaningful) content. Linguistic semantics is the study of meaning that is used to understand human expression through language. their denotata.http://en.g. In these situations context serves as the input.[6] This view of semantics. etymology and others. hypernymy. and the users of the language. including Semantics (from Greek: sēmantiká.[3] Within this view. and semantic change. Thus. as inherent at the levels of words. sentences.[5] In international scientific vocabulary semantics is also called semasiology. pragmatics. In linguistics. from the popular to the highly technical. phrases. Semantics contrasts with syntax. semantics is the subfield that is devoted to the study of meaning. This view was also thought unable to address many issues such as metaphor or associative meanings. . and symbols.[8] The challenge is motivated by: factors internal to language. and pragmatics. even novel concepts were proposed to have been dormant in some sense.[3] The formal study of semantics intersects with many other fields of inquiry. The basic area of study is the meaning of signs. over a long period of time. in other forms of language. sounds. It focuses on the relation between signifiers. communication. truth conditions. there is other semantic content. signs. it is the study of interpretation of signs or symbols as used by agents or communities within particular circumstances and contexts. so it is also the output. The formal study of semantics is therefore complex. meronymy. facial expressions. this x. Thus. argument structure.wikipedia. e. but the interpreted utterance also modifies the context. in mental rotation. possibly as a result of the composition from smaller units of meaning. him. semantics and reference are closely connected. the study of the combinatorics of units of a language (without reference to their meaning). Another issue not addressed by the nativist model was how perceptual cues are combined in thought. [edit] In Chomskyan linguistics there was no mechanism for the learning of semantic relations. their meaning. although semantics is a well-defined field in its own right. often with synthetic properties. and the nativist view considered all semantic notions as inborn. phrases. Other forms of semantics include the semantics of programming languages. semantics has included the study of sense and denotative reference. and semiotics. In written language. such as words. Further related fields include philology. most notably in the field of formal semantics. and what they stand for. thematic roles[disambiguation needed]. antonymy. body language. where meanings within a linguistic community change over time.hyponymy. This problem of understanding has been the subject of many formal inquiries. paronyms. In linguistics. It is often used in ordinary language to denote a problem of understanding that comes down to word selection or connotation. synonymy. as an innate finite meaning inherent in a lexical unit that can be composed to generate meanings for larger chunks of discourse. and larger units of discourse (termed texts). and semiotics.[4] In philosophy of language. last week). formal logics. the study of the relationships between the symbols of a language. is now being fiercely debated in the emerging domain of cognitive linguistics[7] and also in the non-Fodorian camp in philosophy of language. Traditionally. holony my.

Derrida. [edit]Formal (or truth-conditional) semantics Main article: truth-conditional semantics Pioneered by the philosopher Donald Davidson. Some post-structuralists are against the fixed or static meaning of the words. and language arises out of the "grounding of our conceptual systems in shared embodiment and bodily experience". truth values. though the concept of archetype sticks to static concept. the lexicon) will not be identical for different cultures. A highly formalized theory of natural language semantics in which expressions are assigned denotations (meanings) such as individuals. so red wine is so called only in comparison with the other kind of wine (which also is not white for the same reasons). Here are some examples from Bangla fuzzy words [12][13] Systems of categories are not objectively out there in the world but are rooted in people's experience. i. and red hair (coppery). This leads to another debate (see the Sapir–Whorf hypothesis or Eskimo words for snow). talked about slippages in fixed meanings. its logical relation to other sentences.[9] However. but a subjective construct. conceptually. The truth of a sentence. Davidson. or red soil.e. A concrete example of the latter phenomenon is semantic underspecification – meanings are not complete without some elements of context. [edit]Theories in semantics [edit]Model theoretic semantics Main article: formal semantics (linguistics) Originates from Montague's work (see above). No word has a value that can be identified independently of what else is in its vicinity. but "a toolbox. and can be viewed as compositional. and more interestingly. These instances are contrastive. language is not a set of labels stuck on things. these colours by themselves would not be called red by native speakers. however. the importance of whose elements lie in the way they function rather than their attachments to things. avoir peur ('to be afraid') has its particular value only because they stand in contrast with one another. Thus meanings are generated on the fly based on finite context. In practice. This view goes back to de Saussure: Each of a set of synonyms like redouter ('to dread'). another formalized theory.[14] A corollary of this is that the conceptual categories (i. is then evaluated relative to a model. To take an example of one word. [edit]Prototype theory Another set of concepts related to fuzziness in semantics is based on prototypes. Indeed. or functions from one of these to another. The work of Eleanor Rosch in the 1970s led to a view that natural categories are not characterizable in terms of necessary and sufficient conditions."[8] This view reflects the position of the later Wittgenstein and his famous game example. truth-conditional semantics is similar to model-theoretic semantics. for every individual in the same culture. orred skin are very different. following Nietzsche.[10] and may go back to earlier Indian views on language. who extends contextual operations (based on type shifting) into the lexicon. for example: `Snow is white' is true if and only if snow is white. The challenge is to arrive at the truth conditions for any sentences from fixed meanings assigned to the individual words and fixed rules for how to combine them. and others. craindre ('to fear').e. but are graded (fuzzy at their boundaries) and inconsistent as to the status of their constituent members. which aims to associate each natural language sentence with a meta-language description of the conditions under which it is true. the colours implied in phrases such as red wine (very dark). its meaning in a phrase such as red book is similar to many other usages. One may compare it with Jung's archetype. or indeed. learned from experience. .[11] An attempt to defend a system based on propositional meaning for semantic underspecification can be found in the generative lexicon model of James Pustejovsky.factors external to language. and is related to the positions of Quine. These categories evolve as learned concepts of the world – meaning is not an objective truth. especially the Nyaya view of words as indicators and not carriers of meaning. red.

“it means just what I choose it to mean —neither more nor less. Semantic constituents that cannot be broken down into more elementary constituents are labeled minimal semantic constituents. the inferred intent of the speaker. [edit]Lexical and conceptual semantics Main article: conceptual semantics This theory is an effort to explain properties of argument structure.[1] Humpty appears in Lewis Carroll's Through the Looking-Glass (1872). where he discusses semantics and pragmatics with Alice. any preexisting knowledge about those involved.” Alice objected. and other factors..” said Alice. time etc. This theory understands that the meaning of a word is fully reflected by its context. Here. [1] Unlike semantics. “Of course you don’t—till I tell you. grammar. in rather a scornful tone. and linguistics and anthropology. etc. [17] In order to accomplish this distinction any part of a sentence that bears a meaning and combines with the meanings of other constituents is labeled as a semantic constituent.g. sociology.) of the speaker and listener.they differ in that truth-conditional semantics seeks to connect language with statements about the real world (in the form of meta-language statements). Humpty Dumpty had a great fall. “I don’t know what you mean by ‘glory. linguists can better deal with the fact that subtle differences in word meaning correlate with other differences in the syntactic structure that the word appears in.[16] [edit]Lexical semantics Main article: lexical semantics A linguistic theory that investigates word meaning. of an utterance. “whether you can make words mean so many different things. I meant ‘there’s a nice knockdown argument for you!’ ” “But ‘glory’ doesn’t mean ‘a nice knock-down argument’.[15] With this theory. lexicon. talk in interaction and other approaches to language behavior in philosophy. since meaning relies on the manner. place. Humpty Dumpty smiled contemptuously.wikipedia. The assumption behind this theory is that syntactic properties of phrases reflect the meanings of the words that head Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall. which examines meaning that is conventional or "coded" in a given language.wikipedia. “When I use a word. conversational implicature.[15] The way this is gone about is by looking at the internal structure of words. pragmatics explains how language users are able to overcome apparent ambiguity.[citation needed] http://en. but also on the context of the utterance. pragmatics studies how the transmission of meaning depends not only on structural and linguistic knowledge (e.’ ” Alice said.[16] These small parts that make up the internal structure of words are termed semantic primitives. the meaning of a word is constituted by its contextual relations. Pragmatics encompasses speech act theory. rather than with abstract Pragmatics is a subfield of linguistics which studies the ways in which context contributes to meaning.” .” “The question is.[1] The ability to understand another speaker's intended meaning is called pragmatic competence. [17] Therefore.[17] [edit] http://en.[2] In this respect. a distinction between degrees of participation as well as modes of participation are made. All the king's horses and all the king's men Couldn't put Humpty together again.” Humpty Dumpty said.

“They’ve a temper. “which is to be master that’s all. Anderson (1942). of factorial Mathematics relating to or involving a factorial 2. (Symbol!) 1.[17] CLASP Circular Logic Aristocrat Semantics Pragmatist NEWS Never Ending War Story Casserole Factorial PS Law Constitution Assimilation Subversive Self Evident Rule of Law Elusivity Fiduciary Accountability Corporation Taxing Overt Renege Intuitive Appropriating Lucifer Pyramid Schematics Look Away Writ Bean Factor Factorial Product of multiplication Mathematics the number resulting from multiplying a whole number by every whole number between itself and 1 inclusive. or 6! is 6 x 5 x 4 x 3 x 2 x 1 = 720. but not verbs—however. appearing in 250 judicial decisions in the Westlaw database as of April 19. 6 factorial.“The question is. so after a minute Humpty Dumpty began again.[16] It also became a popular citation in United States legal opinions. Hill and Zschernig v.” said Humpty Dumpty. I can manage the whole lot! Impenetrability! That’s what I say!”[15] This passage was used in Britain by Lord Atkin and in his dissenting judgement in the seminal case Liversidge v. 2008. where he protested about the distortion of a statute by the majority of the House of Lords. some of them—particularly verbs.” Alice was too much puzzled to say anything. Miller). including two Supreme Court cases (TVA v. Involving Factor Business involving or characteristic of a commercial factor or the work of such a factor . they’re the proudest—adjectives you can do anything with.

“Do not do to others what you would not want for self” “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you” Reluctant to take the negative approach Homers follow Jesus positive to world crucifixion .

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Give mutually transitive and intransitive verb to give or feel something mutually or in return • I couldn't accept such a generous gift without reciprocating. move backward and forward. vacillate. move to and fro. 2. each branch continuing in both directions of the line Oscillate Swing. move back and forth. alternate Reciprocals Multiplied to give one mathematics describes a number or quality that is related to another by the fact that when multiplied together the product is one 1 Planet x 1 People x 1 Spirit x 1 Force x 1 Law x 1 Sense = 1 Humanity 6th Sense Reciprocate 1.5 Senses vs 6th Sense Hearing Sight Touch Smell Taste vs 1 Planet 1 People 1 Spirit 1 Force 1 Law 1 Sense ONO Osculate Not Oscillate Osculate mathematics intransitive verb to touch at a point of common tangency to a line passing between two branches of a curve. Move backwards and forwards Engineering transitive and intransitive verb to move backward and forward in an alternating motion. or move something in this way . fluctuate.

which are historical English idioms.[2][3][4][5][6] On anarchism. and the lack of experimental techniques which can provide reliably positive results.[6] The inward and outward wits are a product of many centuries of philosophical and psychological thought. The term implies acquisition of information by means external to the basic limiting assumptions of science. however). and clairvoyance. distinguishing them from the five senses. the inward and the outward. The scientific community rejects ESP due to the absence of an evidence base.[7] http://en. It is also sometimes referred to as intuition. Parapsychology is the pseudoscientific[1] study of paranormal psychic phenomena. and their trans-temporal operation as precognition or retrocognition. the lack of a theory which would explain ESP. Both could mean a faculty of perception (although this sense dropped from the word "wit" during the 17th century).[4][5] Much of this conflation has resulted from changes in meaning.) But the idea of five senses/wits from Aristotelian. that have their origins in the works of Aristotle (who only defined four senses. The concept of five outward wits came to medieval thinking from Classical philosophy. The term was adopted by Duke University psychologist J. gut instinct or hunch. and the idea that there are five (albeit that it superficially matches the gross anatomical features — eyes. Thus "five wits" and "five senses" could describe both groups of wits/senses. and 16th century thought still lingers so strongly in modern thinking that a sense beyond the natural ones is still called a "sixth sense". there were commonly reckoned to be five wits and five senses. ESP is also sometimes casually referred to as asixth sense. Parapsychologists generally regard such tests as the ganzfeld experiment as providing compelling evidence for the existence of ESP. Modern thinking is that there are more than five (outward) senses.wikipedia. nose.[3] The five wits were sometimes taken to be synonymous with the five senses.[3] but were otherwise also known and regarded as the five inward wits. over which the concepts gradually developed. In any state of society where crime can be profitable you have got to have a harsh criminal law and administer it ruthlessly. that the punishment always does more harm than the crime and the people can be trusted to behave decently if you will only let them alone. ears. although the common distinction. The concept of five inward wits similarly came from Classical views on psychology. and found its most major expression in Christian devotional literature of the Middle Ages. Orwell wrote in The Road to Wigan Pier: "I worked out an anarchistic theory that all government is evil. clairaudience." . B. Rhine to denote psychic abilities such as telepathy. where it was made. see Definition of sense. was "five wits" for the inward and "five senses" for the outward. skin. medieval. In Early Modern English. including ESP. such as that organisms can only receive information from the past to the present. which were the five outward wits. however and argued that "it is always necessary to protect peaceful people from violence. and mouth — of many higher animals) does not stand up to scientific In the time of William Shakespeare. "wit" and "sense" overlapped in meaning.http://en." He continued. (For more on Extrasensory perception (ESP) involves reception of information not gained through the recognized physical senses but sensed with the mind.

[SIC] 6th Amendment assistance of counsel for defence On Mon.4tr. which district shall have been previously ascertained by law. and to be informed of the nature and cause of the accusation. Oct 22." Ya Ok Impartial jury of the geographical locality (of the State and District) wherein the crime committed and to have the Assistance of Counsel for his defence What’s Legal Aid all about? www. 2012 at 12:25> wrote: US Constitution 6th Amendment: "In all criminal prosecutions. Bob Hurt <bob@bobhurt. by wherein the crime shall have been committed. to have compulsory process for obtaining witnesses in his favor. and an impartial jury of the State and district to have the Assistance of Counsel for his defence. to be confronted with the witnesses against Terres Trials Transcend Transcendental Retrospect . the accused shall enjoy the right to a speedy and public trial.