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Title Travaux du Cercle Linguistique de Prague n.s. = Prague linguistic circle papers. Volume 2 / edited by Eva Hajičová [and others]
Published Amsterdam : J. Benjamins, 1996


Description 1 online resource (346 pages)
Series Travaux du Cercle linguistique de Prague, 1383-7583 ; v. 2
Travaux du Cercle linguistique de Prague ; 2.
Contents TRAVAUX DU CERCLE LINGUISTIQUE DE PRAGUE n.s. PRAGUE LINGUISTIC CIRCLE PAPERS; Title page; Copyright page; Preface; Table of Contents; I. FUNDAMENTAL ISSUES; What Has the Prague School Given to Linguisticsand to Science?; NOTES; REFERENCES; Ferdinand de Saussure and the Prague School of Linguistics; 0. Introduction; 1. Some of the originally Prague principles; 2. Saussurean principles which are not present in the Prague Schooi; 3. Joint Saussurean and Prague principles; 4. Conclusion; REFERENCES; Prague Linguistics and Quantitative Linguistics; NOTE; REFERENCES; II. SENTENCE STRUCTURE
On Getting a Head:1. Introduction to the problem; 2. Morphology; 3. Proto-dependency relations; 4. A primary dependency relation; 5. A theory of zones4; 6. Secondary dependency relations; 7. Heads and dependents; NOTES; REFERENCES; More Remarks on Control; 1. Introduction; 2. Prerequisites as laid down by the formal framework; 3. Infinitive and control; 4. Deletions with nominaiizations; 5. Conclusions; NOTES; REFERENCES; Focusing on the Negative:; The problem; Traditional and neotraditional analyses; Alternative ways of viewing the construction; The analysis; Semantic Integrality
Iconicity and syntagmatic linear orderIconicity and paradigmatic distribution; The date: microlevel analysis; The non-synonymy hypothesis; Macrolevel analysis; Summary and conclusions; NOTES; REFERENCES; CORPUS; The Semantics of German und; Introduction; 1 General framework; 1.1 Background; 1.2 A hypothesis; 1.3 Propositions and connections; 1.4 Reason relations and opposition bases; 2 Hypotheses on und; 2.1 und-propositions (1); 2.2 und-propositions (2); 2.3 Separating meanings from effects; 2.4 Meanings of und-coordinators; 2.5 Constructing und-propositions; 2.6 Conclusion; REFERENCES
Le désignant discontinu1. En guise d'une introduction; 2. L'accord; 3. Le cas de la diaphore; 4. Le thème est un co-désignant; 5. Sémion complexe; 6. Formations prémorphologiques; 7. Redistribution des sons. Icône métrique; Conclusion; NOTES; REFERENCES BIBLIOGRAPHIQUES SELECTIONNEES; III. PHONOLOGY AND GRAPHEMICS; Syllable as a Microfield in Functional SentencePerspective; 1. Clausal and nominal distributional fields; 2. Syllable constituents; 2.1 Consonants; 2.2 Vowels; 2.3 Strictures; 3. Syllable as a distributional microfield; NOTES; REFERENCES; Determinacy Form as the Essence of Language
Abstract0. Introduction; 1. Frequency and functionalism; 2. Ambiguity resolution; 3. Ambiguity resolution and orthographic binding; 4. Ambiguity resolution and frequency; 5. Determinacy analysis (DA); 6. Determinacy analysis and orthographic knowledge; NOTES; REFERENCES; Marked and Unmarked Punctuation Signs in English*; Introduction; Other punctuation signs; The role of asymmetry; The patterning of asymmetry; NOTES; REFERENCES; IV. LEXICON; Iconicity in the Lexicon: Its Relevance for Morphology and Its Relation to Semantics1; Introduction
Summary Volume 2 of the Prague Linguistic Circle Papers constitutes a single whole together with Vol. 1 of the series, reviving the classical series of Travaux du Cercle linguistique de Prague which was of great importance for the development of European structural linguistics in the 1930s. In the present volume, nine Czech linguists and eight authors from abroad present new ideas in various domains from basic properties of the system of language to discourse types and to history of linguistics in the 20th century. Fundamental issues of structural linguistics are discussed by C.H. van Schooneveld and
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 345-346)
Notes English
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Subject Pražský linguistický kroužek.
SUBJECT Pražský linguistický kroužek fast
Subject Structural linguistics.
Functionalism (Linguistics)
LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES -- Grammar & Punctuation.
LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES -- Linguistics -- Syntax.
Functionalism (Linguistics)
Structural linguistics
Form Electronic book
Author Hajičová, Eva.
Pražský linguistický kroužek.
ISBN 9789027276124
Other Titles Prague linguistic circle papers. Volume 2