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Very readable introduction 23 de mayo de 2000
Por Adam Potthast - Publicado en
Formato: Tapa blanda
I would highly recommend this very readable introduction to the pragmatic revolution in linguistics. The book is organized incredibly well with each chapter dealing with a curiously inexplicable lingusitic phenomenon that just happens to have a clean, pragmatic answer. Levinson weaves linguistic theory and philosophy of language well with a very readable format and style. I found it especially useful as a primer for recent philosophy of language.
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Not Your First Choice in Pragmatics 22 de junio de 2008
Por Nick - Publicado en
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For the reader with no time to lose, I'll start right away by telling you which book on Pragmatics you ought to get if you want a good introduction to it: "Pragmatics" by George Yule, because it is much more concise, to the point, covers a lot of ground quickly, deals with the essential.

Now, Levinson's book is a book I read twice, and from which I never retain anything. The first time I read it - entirely - I could not mention anything I had read in there. I thought I was simply a bad reader, but after having studied pragmatics for a long time, I realised that the book was simply not well written. It goes into complicated details too fast, before the reader has any real grasp on the matter, and gets lost in discussions that readers usually aren't able to understand, nor care for.

Typically, I'd say that Levinson's book is an "introduction" written by someone who knows not what it is like to know nothing about pragmatics. And even when you know of the subject, you still find his book rather difficult to follow.

I strongly urge you to consider George Yule's book on pragmatics rather than this one.
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An excellent introduction to pragmatics 20 de octubre de 2007
Por Yosem Companys - Publicado en
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While this book is dated since it has not been updated since 1983, it remains as a classic introductory text for the field of pragmatics. The book does a great job of introducing the reader into various areas of the pragmatics field in an interdisciplinary fashion but with an explicit focus on linguistics. The major problem of the book is that someone lacking a background in syntax/semantics will find the book challenging to read. Moreover, the book requires a solid grounding in logic to understand well. In sum, I would recommend this book as an excellent introduction to pragmatics, but I would caution the buyer to read an introductory linguistics text prior to buying this book.
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A little too pragmatic. 25 de enero de 2003
Por A. Sullivan - Publicado en
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I am currently using this book, along with Relevance by Sperber & Wilson, for a Linguistic Pragmatics course. The material is interesting but the manner in which it reads is not very engaging. That makes for a challenging time trying to grasp the points the author is trying to convey.
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Utterly boring, needlessly complex, and dated 3 de octubre de 2010
Por Eliot Pooh - Publicado en
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The author's style is needlessly complex, with elaborate sentences and odd words that could have been replaced with much simpler and clearer ones to a reader being introduced to a new field.
The book's datedness is evident with references that are at least 30 years old.