Tuesday, 4 October 2016

Post Titles For Chapter 4 — Conjunction & Continuity: The Logic Of English Text

The titles of the posts that evaluate chapter 4 provide a glimpse of some of its theoretical shortcomings.
  1. Why The Argument For A Discourse Semantics Of Logical Relations Is Invalid
  2. Underplaying The Scope Of Logical Relations
  3. Conflating Systems Of The Logical And Textual Metafunctions
  4. Misconstruing Different Systems As Divergent Classifications
  5. Misrepresenting Different Manifestations Of Expansion As Indeterminacy
  6. Misconstruing Extension As Enhancement
  7. Misconstruing the Theoretical Status Of Expansion
  8. Presenting Subtypes Of Expansion As The Principal Types
  9. Misidentifying A Metafunction
  10. Misinterpreting Internal And External Conjunctive Relations
  11. Confusing Conjunctive Relations With Conjuncted Messages
  12. Confusing Textual Relations With Construals Of Experience
  13. Confusing The Logical And Textual Metafunctions And Misconstruing Elaboration As Enhancement
  14. Misconstruing Internal And External Relations
  15. Confusing The Logical And Experiential Metafunctions
  16. Rebranding Grammar As Discourse Semantics
  17. Seeing Metafunctions As Alternatives Rather Than Complementary
  18. Confusing Ideational Cause And Interpersonal Modulation
  19. Using 'Condition' To Unite 'Cause' And 'Manner' As 'Consequential'
  20. Misconstruing Manner As Cause
  21. Misconstruing Condition And Purpose As Cause–Effect
  22. Misconstruing The Distinction Between Condition And Purpose
  23. Misrepresenting Reason As Purpose
  24. Misconstruing Negative Vs Positive Condition
  25. Misconstruing Negative Vs Positive Purpose
  26. Misconstruing Condition And Purpose
  27. Confusing Condition With Probability
  28. Misconstruing Reason And Result As Purpose
  29. Misconstruing Manner As A Cause-Effect Relation
  30. Misconstruing A Dependent Clause As A Postmodifier In An Adverbial Group
  31. Misconstruing Concession As Manner
  32. Misconstruing Adversative Extension As 'Concessive Purpose'
  33. Misconstruing Positive Condition As Concessive
  34. Confusing Enhancement (Manner: Comparison) With Extension (Adversative Addition)
  35. Confusing Dissimilar (Enhancement) With Adversative (Extension)
  36. The Argument For Comparison As A Major Logical Category
  37. Misconstruing Adversative Addition (Extension) As Manner: Comparison (Enhancement)
  38. Misconstruing Subtractive And Replacive Variation (Extension) As Subtypes Of Comparison (Enhancement)
  39. Using Clause Simplexes To Theorise Conjunctive Relations
  40. Confusing Negative Addition With Negative Polarity
  41. Confusing Internal With Cohesive, Similar With Elaboration, Different With Adversative
  42. Misconstruing 'Elaboration: Apposition' As 'Similarity: Reformulation'
  43. Misconstruing 'Elaboration: Clarification' As 'Similarity: Reformulation'
  44. Misconstruing Cohesive As Internal
  45. Misconstruing Types Of Elaboration As Types Of Enhancement
  46. Confusing (Elaborating) Conjunctive Relations With (Elaborating) Relational Processes
  47. Misconstruing Apposition (Elaboration) As Comparison (Enhancement)
  48. Misconstruing A Modal Adjunct As A Conjunctive Adjunct
  49. Misconstruing Summative Clarification (Elaboration) As Comparison (Enhancement)
  50. Confusing Textual Clarification With The Enactment Of Meaning
  51. Misconstruing Textual Clarification As Text Emendation
  52. Misconstruing Internal Conjunction
  53. Misconstruing Resumptive Clarification As Interrupted Comparison
  54. Misconstruing Different Metafunctional Manifestations Of Extension As Subtypes Of Enhancement
  55. Misconstruing Elaboration Vs Extension As Internal Enhancement
  56. Misconstruing Mixed Types Of Elaboration & Extension As Degrees Of Enhancement
  57. Rebranding Grammatical Relations As Discourse Semantic Relations
  58. Misconstruing Continuity As Addition
  59. Misconstruing Continuity And Clarifying Elaboration As Additive Extension
  60. Rebranding Extending Vs Elaborating As Developing Vs Staging
  61. Misconstruing Extension As A 'Continuity' Of Additive And Comparative Relations
  62. Reconstruing A False Dichotomy As Hyponymy
  63. Misconstruing An Interpersonal Concession As A Non-Concessive Logical Relation
  64. Mistaking Comment Adjuncts For Conjunctions
  65. Confusing Metafunctions — And Expansion Types
  66. Misconstruing Types Of Comment Adjuncts As Marking Modality Values Of A Logical Relation
  67. Misconstruing Clarification (Elaborating) As Concession (Enhancing)
  68. Not Recognising A Genuine Concessive Relation
  69. Mistaking A Thematised Mood Adjunct Of Temporality For Internal Temporal Conjunction
  70. Misrepresenting Internal Vs External Relations
  71. Misconstruing Structural Vs Cohesive As External Vs Internal
  72. Misconstruing The Meaning Of Internal Conjunctive Relations
  73. Misrepresenting Continuity
  74. Conjunction, "Continuity" And Thematicity
  75. Misconstruing A Mood Adjunct (Temporality) As A Continuity Item [1]
  76. Misconstruing A Mood Adjunct (Temporality) As A Continuity Item [2]
  77. Misconstruing A Mood Adjunct (Temporality) As A Continuity Item [3]
  78. Misconstruing A Mood Adjunct (Intensity) As A Continuity Item [1]
  79. Misconstruing A Mood Adjunct (Intensity) As A Continuity Item [2]
  80. Misconstruing A Mood Adjunct (Intensity) As A Continuity Item [3]
  81. Misconstruing A Mood Adjunct (Intensity) As A Continuity Item [4]
  82. Misconstruing The Difference Between Conjunction And Continuity
  83. Misconstruing Types Of Adjunct As Types Of Continuity Item
  84. Misconstruing Mood Adjuncts Of Temporality As Continuity Items Of Counterexpectation
  85. Misconstruing Interpersonal Counterexpectancy As Logical Continuity
  86. Misconstruing Mood Adjuncts Of Temporality As Aspectual Continuity Markers
  87. Misconstruing the Function Of A Mood Adjunct (Misconstrued As A Continuity Item)
  88. Misconstruing Substitution As Continuity
  89. Misconstruing Residue Substitution As Continuity
  90. Misconstruing A Circumstantial Adjunct As A Continuity Item
  91. The Omission Of Projection And Hypotactic Elaboration From The Logic Of Discourse Semantics
  92. Misconstruing Parataxis As Addition (Extension)
  93. Misconstruing An Implicit Conjunctive Relation As Internal
  94. Misapplying Logical Nesting To Textual Relations
  95. Misapplying Textual Reference To Logical Dependency
  96. Misconstruing Circumstantial Comparison As Conjunctive Comparison
  97. Criticising Others For Not Making The Same Mistakes
  98. Confusing Textual Relations With Logogenesis
  99. Maintaining That Clause Simplexes "Cause Problems For The Clause Complex Analysis"
  100. Confusing Semantic Relations With Logogenesis
  101. Confusing Textual Conjunction With Logical Relations
  102. Misrepresenting The Discourse Systems Of Conjunction & Identification
  103. Confusing Cohesive Relations With Logogenesis

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