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Logical positivism asserts that structural semantics is the study of relationships between the meanings of terms within a sentence, and how meaning can be composed from smaller elements. However, some critical theorists suggest that meaning is only divided into smaller structural units via its regulation in concrete social interactions; outside of these interactions language may become meaningless.
- Cognitive Linguistics
- Cognitive Semantics
- Ferdinand de Saussure
- Principle of compositionality
- Prototype Semantics
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