再议格莱斯合作原则
Reconsideration of Grice’s Cooperative Principle

作者: 高一丹 :上海大学影视学院,上海 ; 段惠琼 :南昌航空大学外国语学院,南昌;

关键词: 语用学格莱斯合作原则Pragmatics Grice’s Cooperative Principle

摘要:
格莱斯合作原则是格莱斯对语言学做出的最有影响的贡献。虽然它一直是语用学的中心话题,却是人们一直争议的主题。该理论内涵认为,人们沟通时有意无意地坚持他所说的合作原则(CP),人们的沟通基于如下基本假设:人们在彼此交流的同时,正努力配合,以构建有意义的对话。由于主要术语“合作”不同于日常使用的“合作”概念,因此产生了不同的解释。为了彻底理解这个概念,本文将研究与格莱斯CP相关著作中的各种陈述,以深入诠释合作原则的内涵。

Abstract: Grice’s Cooperative Principle is the most influential contribution that Grice made to linguistics. Although it has been a central topic of pragmatics, it is a controversial topic. The theory’s connota-tion regards that when communicating, people intentionally or unintentionally insist what he called Cooperative Principle (CP). They communicate based on the following basic assumptions: people communicate with each other while trying to cooperate to build a meaningful dialogue. Since the main term “cooperation” is different from “cooperation” concept for its everyday use, different in-terpretations are generated. In order to thoroughly understand this concept, this paper will ex-amine various statements related to Grice’s CP to interpret its in-depth meaning.


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文章引用: 高一丹 , 段惠琼 (2014) 再议格莱斯合作原则。 现代语言学, 2, 172-178. doi: 10.12677/ML.2014.24021

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