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Conceptual Semantics is a framework for semantic analysis developed mainly by Ray Jackendoff. Its aim is to provide a characterization of the conceptual elements by which a person understands words and sentences, and thus to provide an explanatory semantic representation (title of a Jackendoff 1976 paper).
- Jackendoff, Ray (1976). Toward an explanatory semantic representation. Linguistic Inquiry 7 (1): 89–150.
- Jackendoff, Ray (1991). "Parts and boundaries" Levin, Beth & Pinker, Steven Lexical & conceptual semantics, 244, Cambridge, Mass.: Blackwell. ISBN 1557863547.