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Lexical structures in syntax and semantics

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Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Gruber, Jeffrey.
Title Statement
Lexical structures in syntax and semantics / Jeffrey S. Gruber.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Amsterdam ;   New York :   North-Holland Pub. Co. :   Sole distributors for the U.S.A. and Canada, Elsevier/North Holland,   1976.  
Physical Medium
x, 375 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Series Statement
North-Holland linguistic series ; 25
ISBN
072040410X
General Note
I. Studies in lexocal relations. --II. Functions of the lexicon in formal descriptive grammars.  
Reprinted in Korea.  
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Bibliography: p. 369-370.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Lexicology. Generative grammar. Grammar, Comparative and general -- Syntax. Semantics.
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650 0 ▼a Generative grammar.
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650 0 ▼a Semantics.

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Contents information

Table of Contents


CONTENTS
PART Ⅰ - STUDIES W LEXICAL RELATIONS
 Introduction
  1. Relevance to Linguistic Theoiy, Intention and Scope = 1
  2. Areas of Evidence for the Prelexical Categorial Structure = 5
 Chapter 1 : The Grammatical Process of Incorporation (Polycategorial Lexical Attachment)
  1.1. The Occurrence and Formalization of Incorporation = 9
  1.2. Incorporation and Deletion Compared = 19
  1.3. Further Examples of Incorporation of Prepositions = 24
  1.4. Incorporation of Nouns and Adjectives = 34
 Chapter 2 : Some Simple Sentence Patterns and their Inter-Relations
  2.1. the Theme as the Subject of Motional Verbs = 37
  2.2. The Theme as Other than Subject with Motional Verbs = 38
  2.3. The Possibility of a Transformational Relationship between Buy and Sell = 42
  2.4. The Theme with NonMotional Verbs = 45
  2.5. Motional, Durational, and NonDurational Verbs = 50
 Chapters 3 : Prepositions
  3.1. The Negativity of From = 53
  3.2. Obligatory Presence of A way before From in NonMotional Expressions = 55
  3.3. Prepositional Expressions of Possession = 55
  3.4. Extension of the Notion of Possession and Formalization = 58
  3.5. The Semantic Relationship between Motional and Durational Verbs = 62
  3.6. The Expression of Goal = 66
  3.7. The Expression of Location = 69
  3.8. The Expression of Accompaniment = 71
  3.9. The Expression of Direction (Accompaniment Modified by Location or Goal) = 75
  3.10. Source-Goal Patterns and their Homogeneity = 78
  3.11. Subordinate Expression of Goal = 85
  3.12. The Nature ofAway and other Particles = 87
 Chapter 4 : Formalization of the Prelexical Base
  4.1. Constituent Structure = 91
  4.2. The Attachment of Lexical Items to the Prelexical Base = 96
  4.3. Surface Environmental Possibilities for Incorporating Verbs = 103
  4.4. Subordinate Expressions of Goal for Incorporating Verbs = 113
 Chapter 5 : Further Sentence Types
  5.1. Positional and Possessional Transitions : the Omission of To = 121
  5.2. Transitions Involving Information Nominals as Theme = 125
  5.3. Separate Lexicalization of Subject-Identified Prepositional Phrases = 128
  5.4. Non-Lexicalization of Redundant Expressions = 135
  5.5. Get with an Abstract Theme = 136
  5.6. The Identificational Parameter = 140
  5.7. Adjectives and the Identificational Parameter = 148
  5.8. The Positional Parameter and the Progressive = 149
  5.9. Analysis of Remain = 152
 Chapter 6 : Agentive Verbs
  6.1. Occurrence of Agentive Verbs = 157
  6.2. Syntactic and Semantic Properties of Agentive Verbs = 159
  6.3. Occurrence of the Permissive Agentive = 164
  6.4. Causative Verbs = 168
  6.5. Permissive Verbs = 173
  6.6. The Causative Agentive for Durational Verbs = 177
  6.7. The Causative Agentive in the Identificational Parameter = 189
  6.8. The Semantic Relationship between the Causative and the Permissive Agentive = 193
  6.9. Formalization of Agentive Verbs = 195
  6.10.Table of Verbs = 208
PART Ⅱ - FUNCTIONS OF THE LEXICON IN FORMAL DESCRIPTIVE GRAMMARS
 Introduction = 213
 Chapter 1 : Fundamental Assumption: Abandoning Monocategorial Lexical Attachment
  1.1. Historical Perspectives = 215
   1.1.1. The Semantic Lexicon = 216
   1.1.2. The Selectional Lexicon : Feature Cross-Classification = 217
   1.1.3. The Transformational Lexicon: Co-Occurrence Relationships = 222
   1.1.4. The Translational Lexicon: The Semantic Base Component = 227
  1.2. the Present Work = 230
   1.2.1. Unity of the Base Component = 230
    1.2.1.1. Specificatory Categories vs. Contrastive Features = 233
    1.2.1.2. Categorial Trees vs. Feature Matrices = 237
  1.2.2. Unity of the Lexical Component = 251
   1.2.2.1. Idiosyncratic Mapping vs. Rule Features = 251
   1.2.2.2. Ordinary Lexical Attachment vs. the Spelling-out Rules = 257
  1.2.3. Unity of Semantics and Syntax = 258
   1.2.3.1. The Syntactic Aspect of Semantics = 261
   1.2.3.2. The Semantic Aspect of Syntax = 265
 Chapter 2 : Lexical Component
  2.1. Principles Governing the Possibility of Lexical Attachment = 275
   2.1.1. The Lexical Attachment Criterion = 275
   2.1.2. The Principle of Disjunctive Ordering = 280
    2.1.2.1. Limiting the Semantic Fields = 280
    2.1.2.2. Limiting the Syntactic Environment = 298
   2.1.3. The Significance of Cycles for Lexical Attachment = 303
    2.1.3.1. Redefinition of Disjunctive Ordering Principle: Relative Constituency of Categories = 304
    2.1.3.2. Cyclical Applicability of the Disjunctive Ordering Principle = 309
    2.1.3.3. Conventions Governing the Automatic Extension and Limitation of Word Senses : Refinement of the Lexical Attachment Criterion = 313
  2.2. Content of the Lexicon = 320
   2.2.1. Alternatives in Manifesting Underlying Categories = 320
    2.2.1.1. Fully Productive vs. Nonproductive Word Extension = 323
   2.2.2. Tendencies in Lexical Content : Simplicity Criterion for Lexical Structure = 325
    2.2.2.1. Effects of the Simplicity Criterion = 329
  2.3. Conventions Operating during Lexical Attachment : Transformational vs. Lexical Treatment of Word Extension = 332
   2.3.1. Comparing Simplicity of Lexical and Transformational Spe?ficity = 338
    2.3.1.1. Avoidance of Counteractive Specifications = 340
   2.3.2. Effects of the Structure of Lexical Entries = 341
    2.3.2.1. Defining the Notion 'Word' = 341
    2.3.2.2. Phonological Distinction between Fully and Nonproductive Affixations = 344
    2.3.2.3. Disjunctive Delimitation of Fully Productive Affixations by Semi-Productive Affixations = 347
   2.3.3. Structural Changes during Lexical Attachment = 348
    2.3.3.1. Tree Restructuring = 348
    2.3.3.2. Intatword Morpheme Order = 350
    2.3.3.3. Conventions Governing Morpheme Omission in Word Extension = 356
    2.3.3.4. The Attachment of Genitive Markers with Affixal Forms = 358
 Literature = 369
 Subject and Author Index = 371


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