Cognitive grammar

John R. Taylor

'Cognitive Grammar' is a theory of language which has been developing since the late 1970's. Underlying the theory is the assumption that language is inherently symbolic in nature and that a language provides its speakers with a set of resources for relating phonological structures with semantic structures. John R. Taylor introduces the theory of Cognitive Grammar, placing it in the context of current theoretical debates about the nature of linguistic knowledge, and relating it to more general trends in 'cognitive' linguistics. The central concepts of the theory are explained in clear, non-technical language, and are applied to in-depth discussions of a range of topics in semantics, syntax, morphology, and phonology. Suggestions for further applications of the theory are contained in the numerous study questions which accompany each of the main chapters.

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[目次]

  • PART 1 BACKGROUND
  • 1. Cognitive Grammar and Cognitive Linguistics
  • 2. Cognitive Grammar: An Overview
  • 3. The Symbolic Thesis
  • 4. The Symbolic Thesis: Some Questions and Answers
  • 5. Phonological Structure in Cognitive Grammar
  • 6. Semantic Structure in Cognitive Grammar
  • PART 2 BASIC CONCEPTS
  • 7. Schema and Instance
  • 8. Schema and Instance in Phonology
  • 9. Schema and Instance in Symbolic Units
  • 10. Meaning: Profile, Base, and Domain
  • 11. Nominal and Relational Profiles
  • 12. Syntagmatic Relations: Combining Semantic Units
  • 13. Syntagmatic Relations in Phonology
  • PART 3 MORPHOLOGY
  • 14. Morphology
  • 15. Analysability and Productivity
  • 16. Schema Competition
  • 17. Kinds of Symbolic Units
  • PART 4 NOUNS, VERBS, AND CLAUSES
  • 18. Nouns and Nominals
  • 19. Count nouns and Mass nouns
  • 20. Tense and Aspect
  • 21. Clause Structure
  • PART 5 MORE ON MEANING
  • 22. Domains
  • 23. Networks and Complex Categories
  • PART 6 APPROACHES TO METAPHOR
  • 24. Metaphor: The Lakovian Approach
  • 25. Jackendorff and Langacker on 'Go'
  • 26. Alternatives to Metaphor
  • PART 7 IDIOMS AND CONSTRUCTIONS
  • 27. Idioms, Formulas, and Fixed Expressions
  • 28. Constructions
  • References

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書名 Cognitive grammar
著作者等 Taylor, John R.
シリーズ名 Oxford textbooks in linguistics
出版元 Oxford University Press
刊行年月 2002
ページ数 xii, 621 p.
大きさ 25 cm
ISBN 9780198700333
NCID BA60445814
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言語 英語
出版国 イギリス
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