Using SDRT to analyze pathological conversations. Logicality, rationality and pragmatic deviances

Abstract : Schizophrenia is well-known among mental illnesses for the severity of the thought dis- orders it involves, and for their widespread and spectacular manifestations ranging from deviant social behavior to delusion, not to mention affective and sensory distortions. Confronted with such a pathological con- versation, any "ordinary" speaker intuitively feels that there are some incoherencies or discontinuities. The aim of this research is to account for these using both pragmatics and formal semantics. Linguistics, especially semantics and pragmatics, is thus central to this work.
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Manuel Rebuschi, Maxime Amblard, Michel Musiol. Using SDRT to analyze pathological conversations. Logicality, rationality and pragmatic deviances. Manuel Rebuschi and Martine Batt and Gerhard Heinzmann and Franck Lihoreau and Michel Musiol and Alain Trognon. Interdisciplinary Works in Logic, Epistemology, Psychology and Linguistics: Dialogue, Rationality, and Formalism, 3, Springer, pp.343 - 368, 2014, Logic, Argumentation & Reasoning, 978-3-319-03043-2. 〈10.1007/978-3-319-03044-9_15〉. 〈hal-00910725〉

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