The book addresses controversies around the conscious vs automatic
processing of contextual information and the distinction between
literal and nonliteral meaning. It sheds new light on the relation
of the literal/nonliteral distinction to the distinction between
the automatic and conscious retrieval of information. The question
of literal meaning is inherently interwoven with the question of
salience and defaults. This volume addresses these interconnected
issues, stressing their mutual interdependence
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