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DOI : 10.60527/7yzf-km64
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LLF. (2021, 20 mai). Dialogue Context in Memory , in Dialogue, Memory and Emotion. [Vidéo]. Canal-U. https://doi.org/10.60527/7yzf-km64. (Consultée le 19 juillet 2024)

Dialogue Context in Memory

Réalisation : 20 mai 2021 - Mise en ligne : 21 juin 2021
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Recent years have seen the emergence of theories that can be used to analyze a variety of phenomena characteristic of conversational interaction, including non-sentential utterances, manual gestures, collaborative utterances and laughter. In all these cases the content of the utterance gets much of its content from the context (eliminating the antecedent leaves the utterance highly vague). Much of the rapid progress attained by theories of semantics and pragmatics in recent decades has involved a dynamic strategy where meaning emerges from gradual accumulation of information and referents in the context. In this talk I will point to conversational phenomena that highlight two significant shortcomings of existing theories of meaning in conversation, the lack of explicit interface with long-term memory and the absence of orgetting. I will sketch a synthesis between one approach to describing dialogical interaction and meaning, the framework KoS, and existing theories of memory, in which these shortcomings can be addressed.

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