The Problem of the Relationships of Love, Hate and Indifference

Franceschi, Dr Paul (2012) The Problem of the Relationships of Love, Hate and Indifference. [Journal (On-line/Unpaginated)]

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In Franceschi (2002), I presented a theory based on the matrices of concepts aiming at providing an alternative to the classification proposed by Greimas, in the field of paradigmatic analysis. The problem of specifying the relationships of the concepts of love, hate and indifference, arises in this construction. I attach myself to describe the problem of the love-hate-indifference relationships in detail, and several solutions that have been proposed to solve it. Finally I expose a solution to this problem, based on an extension of the theory of matrices of concepts.

Item Type:Journal (On-line/Unpaginated)
Keywords:love hate indifference concept "study of concepts" "matrices of concepts" "paradigmatic analysis"
Subjects:Linguistics > Semantics
Philosophy > Logic
ID Code:8137
Deposited By: Franceschi, Paul
Deposited On:09 Nov 2012 19:37
Last Modified:09 Nov 2012 19:37

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Benzaken, Claude (1991). "Systèmes formels". Paris, Masson

Franceschi, Paul (2002). "Une Classe de Concepts". Semiotica, 139, pp. 211-26

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