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Grammar and conceptualization

Grammar and conceptualization (4회 대출)

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개인저자
Langacker, Ronald W.
서명 / 저자사항
Grammar and conceptualization / Ronald W. Langacker.
발행사항
Berlin ;   New York :   Mouton de Gruyter,   1999.  
형태사항
xiii, 427 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
총서사항
Cognitive linguistics research ; 14
ISBN
3110166038 (alk. paper) 3110166046 (pbk. : alk. paper)
서지주기
Includes bibliographical references (p. [401]-418) and index.
일반주제명
Cognitive grammar. Concepts.
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컨텐츠정보

저자소개

Ronald W. Langacker(지은이)

<인지문법의 토대 1>

정보제공 : Aladin

목차


CONTENTS

Preface = ⅶ

Chapter 1 : Clause structure = 1

 1 Basics of cognitive grammar = 1

  1.1 Cognitive abilities = 2

  1.2 Lexical meaning = 4

  1.3 Lexical classes = 8

  1.4 Symbolic complexity = 12

  1.5 Extension to grammar = 18

 2 Application to clause structure = 23

  2.1 Conceptual archetypes = 24

  2.2 Grammatical relations = 27

  2.3 Case marking = 35

  2.4 Marked coding = 39

 3 Conclusion = 43

Chapter 2 : Evidence for descriptive constructs = 45

 1 "Invisible" semantic constructs = 46

 2 Scope = 49

 3 Search domain = 53

 4 Active zone = 62

 5 Setting vs participant = 67

 6 Semantics and grammar = 70

Chapter 3 : The meaning of of = 73

 1 The question of meaningfulness = 73

 2 Complement vs. modifier = 77

 3 Nominal periphrasis = 83

 4 Conclusion = 90

Chapter 4 : A dynamic usage-based model = 91

 1 The usage-based conception = 91

 2 Psychological phenomena = 93

 3 Processing interpretation = 95

 4 Basic linguistic problems = 98

  4.1 Categorization of usage events = 99

  4.2 Selection of categorizing structures = 104

  4.3 Categorization vs. construction = 107

  4.4 Composition = 109

  4.5 Degrees of regularity = 113

  4.6 Distribution = 117

 5 Structural applications = 121

  5.1 Lexicon and grammar = 122

  5.2 Lexical semantics = 124

  5.3 Phonology = 128

  5.4 Morphology = 131

  5.5 Morphophonemics = 135

  5.6 Larger assemblies = 138

 6 A final issue = 142

Chapter 5 : Conceptual grouping and constituency = 147

 1 Constituency and grammatical relations = 147

 2 Assemblies vs. building blocks = 151

 3 Conceptual groupings = 156

 4 Constituents as emergent entities = 159

 5 Groupings and symbolic linkages = 165

 6 Conclusion = 170

Chapter 6 : Reference point constructions = 171

 1 Basic cognitive assumptions = 171

 2 Reference points = 173

 3 Possessives = 174

  3.1 Characterization = 175

  3.2 Possessive elements = 179

  3.3 Further uses = 184

 4 Additional reference point phenomena = 188

  4.1 Quasi-possessive constructions = 188

  4.2 Non-possessive constructions = 193

  4.3 Metonymy = 198

 5 Conclusion = 201

Chapter 7 : Viewing in cognition and grammar = 203

 1 Viewing = 203

 2 Construal = 206

 3 Complement vs. modifier = 212

 4 English tense and aspect = 218

  4.1 Grounding predications = 218

  4.2 Tense and aspect = 222

  4.3 The progressive = 226

 5 Subordination = 229

 6 Anaphora = 234

  6.1 Pronouns and reference points = 234

  6.2 Pronoun-antecedent configurations = 239

 7 Conclusion = 245

Chapter 8 : Generic constructions = 247

 1 Higher-order entities = 247

 2 Plural generics = 249

 3 Quantifier constructions = 254

Chapter 9 : Grouping and pronominal anaphora = 261

 1 Interaction, grammar, and discourse = 261

  1.1 Negotiation and contextual understanding = 261

  1.2 Incrementing the current discourse space = 264

  1.3 Role of the composite conception = 267

 2 Spaces, planes, and groupings = 269

  2.1 Spaces and constituency = 269

  2.2 Type plane = 270

  2.3 Instance planes = 274

 3 Antecedence and grouping = 278

  3.1 Role of dominions = 278

  3.2 In the wrong space at the wrong time = 281

 4 Antecedents and reference points = 284

  4.1 Anaphora with grounding quantifiers = 284

  4.2 Quantifier scope = 289

  4.3 Type specifications and "sloppy identity" = 292

 5 Conclusion = 295

Chapter 10 : Subjectification and grammaticization = 297

 1 Subjectification, attenuation, and transparency = 297

  1.1 The nature of subjectification = 297

  1.2 Dimensions and degrees of attenuation = 299

  1.3 Attenuation and transparency = 302

 2 Grammaticization = 306

  2.1 Uses of have = 306

  2.2 English modals = 307

  2.3 Spanish estar = 309

  2.4 Get-passives = 312

 3 Conclusion = 314

Chapter 11 : Raising and transparency = 317

 1 Previous accounts = 317

  1.1 The classic raising analysis = 318

  1.2 Critique of the classic analysis = 321

 2 Logical grammatical relations = 325

  2.1 A fallacious argument = 326

  2.2 A case of polysemy = 327

  2.3 The active-zone analysis = 330

 3 Complex constructions = 332

 4 General properties of raising constructions = 337

  4.1 Grammatical relations = 337

  4.2 Semantic non-equivalence = 338

  4.3 Optionality of the complement clause = 340

  4.4 Transparency = 342

  4.5 Idioms and syntactic "dummies" = 344

 5 Specific properties of raising constructions = 347

  5.1 Subject-to-Object Raising = 348

  5.2 Subject-to-Subject Raising = 349

  5.3 Object-to-Subject Raising = 352

 6 Final matters = 357

Chapter 12 : Dynamic conceptualization = 361

 1 Previous applications = 361

 2 Unification = 364

 3 Back to clause structure = 370

 4 Looking ahead = 376

Notes = 377

 Chapter 1 = 377

 Chapter 2 = 383

 Chapter 3 = 384

 Chapter 4 = 385

 Chapter 5 = 386

 Chapter 6 = 387

 Chapter 7 = 388

 Chapter 8 = 392

 Chapter 9 = 392

 Chapter 10 = 393

 Chapter 11 = 394

 Chapter 12 = 399

References = 401

Index = 419



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