Topics in cognitive linguistics

edited by Brygida Rudzka-Ostyn

This volume presents new developments in cognitive grammar and explores its descriptive and explanatory potential with respect to a wide range of language phenomena. These include the formation and use of locationals, causative constructions, adjectival and nominal expressions of oriented space, morphological layering, tense and aspect, and extended uses of verbal predicates. There is also a section on the affinities between cognitive grammar an early linguistic theories, both ancient and modern.

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[目次]

  • 1. Preface, pix
  • 2. I. Toward a coherent and comprehensive linguistic theory
  • 3. An overview of cognitive grammar (by Langacker, Ronald W.), p3
  • 4. A view of linguistic semantics (by Langacker, Ronald W.), p49
  • 5. The nature of grammatical valence (by Langacker, Ronald W.), p91
  • 6. A usage-based model (by Langacker, Ronald W.), p127
  • 7. II. Aspects of a multifaceted research program
  • 8. The relation of grammar to cognition (by Talmy, Leonard), p165
  • 9. Where does prototypicality come from? (by Geeraerts, Dirk), p207
  • 10. The natural category MEDIUM: An alternative to selection restrictions and similar constructs (by Hawkins, Bruce), p231
  • 11. Spatial expressions and the plasticity of meaning (by Herskovits, Annette), p271
  • 12. Contrasting prepositional categories: English and Italian (by Taylor, John R.), p299
  • 13. The mapping of elements of cognitive space onto grammatical relations: An example from Russian verbal prefixation (by Janda, Laura A.), p327
  • 14. Conventionalization of cora locationals (by Casad, Eugene H.), p345
  • 15. The conceptualisation of vertical space in English: The case of tall (by Dirven, Rene), p379
  • 16. Length, width, and potential passing (by Vandeloise, Claude), p403
  • 17. On bounding in Lk (by Serzisko, Fritz), p429
  • 18. A discourse perspective on tense and aspect in standard modern Greek and English (by Paprotte, Wolf), p447
  • 19. Semantic extensions into the domain of verbal communication (by Rudzka-Ostyn, Brygida), p507
  • 20. Spatial metaphor in German causative constructions (by King, Robert Thomas), p555
  • 21. Nahuatl causative/applicatives in cognitive grammar (by Tuggy, David), p587
  • 22. III. A historical perspective
  • 23. Grammatical categories and human conceptualization: Aristotle and the modistae (by Swiggers, Pierre), p621
  • 24. Cognitive grammar and the history of lexical semantics (by Geeraerts, Dirk), p647
  • 25. References, p679
  • 26. Subject index, p695

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書名 Topics in cognitive linguistics
著作者等 Rudzka-Ostyn, Brygida
シリーズ名 Amsterdam studies in the theory and history of linguistic science
出版元 J. Benjamins
刊行年月 1988
ページ数 x, 704 p.
大きさ 23 cm
ISBN 9027235449
NCID BA04391639
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言語 英語
出版国 オランダ
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