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Syntax and semantics. vol.18, : diachronic syntax :the Kartvelian case

Syntax and semantics. vol.18, : diachronic syntax :the Kartvelian case

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단행본
Personal Author
Harris, Alice C.
Title Statement
Syntax and semantics. vol.18,. diachronic syntax :the Kartvelian case / Alice C. Harris.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Orlando :   Academic Press,   1985.  
Physical Medium
xxiii, 463 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
ISBN
0126135185 (alk. paper)
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliography and index.
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Kartvelian languages --Case.
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Contents information

Table of Contents


CONTENTS
Preface = xi
Notes on Presentation = xv
Abbreviations = xix
Transliteration = xxi
PART Ⅰ. INTRODUCTION
 1. The Problem = 3
  1.1. Background = 3
  1.2. The Kartvelian Family = 5
 2. Theory and Method = 13
  2.1. Synchrony = 13
  2.2. Diachrony = 21
  2.3. Conclusion = 33
PART Ⅱ. RECONSTRUCTION
 3. Synchronic Case Marking = 37
  3.1. Introduction = 37
  3.2. The Basis for the Distribution of Cases = 38
  3.3. Svan = 42
  3.4. Old Georgian = 47
  3.5. Laz = 52
  3.6. Mingrelian = 55
  3.7. Concluding Statement = 58
  Appendix. Class 2 Intransitives = 58
 4. Reconstruction of Case Morphology = 65
  4.1. Introduction = 65
  4.2. Sample Declensions = 66
  4.3. Reconstruction = 72
  4.4. The Nonarticulated Form in Old Georgian = 79
  4.5. Plurals, Pronouns, and Proper Nouns = 87
  4.6. Reconstruction of CK Cases = 89
 5. Series II Predates Series I = 93
  5.1. A Proposal = 93
  5.2. Tense, Mood, and Aspect in Kartvelian = 95
  5.3. Icis and Ucqis 'Know' = 103
  5.4. Concluding Statement = 104
 6. Reconstruction of Series II Case Marking = 107
  6.1. Syntactic Relics = 108
  6.2. Georgian = 111
  6.3. Laz = 116
  6.4. Svan = 119
  6.5. Basic Intransitives with Variation among Cognates = 123
  6.6. Transitive-Intransitive Pairs in Kartvelian = 124
  6.7. Distinguishing Innovation from Archaism = 133
  6.8. Further Characterization of CK Case Marking = 141
  6.9. Summary : The General Picture = 143
PART Ⅲ. THE. DEVELOPMENT OF SERIES I IN COMMON KARTVELIAN
 7. An Account of the Development of Series I = 151
  7.1. Facts to be Accounted for = 151
  7.2. Existing Hypotheses = 157
  7.3. An Explicit Proposal = 162
 8. Ablaut = 167
  8.1. Ablaut in Monomorphemic Verb Stems in CK = 167
  8.2. Beyond Monovocalicity : A Proposal = 170
  8.3. Ablaut in Bimorphemic Verb Stems in CK = 172
  8.4. Evidence to Support the Proposal = 176
  8.5. Restructuring the Paradigms = 184
  8.6. Summary = 185
  Appendix. Other Ablaut Patterns = 186
 9. The Origin of Series Markers = 189
  9.1. A Proposal = 189
  9.2. Common Georgian-Zan = 190
  9.3. Svan = 199
  9.4. A Functional Parallel = 202
  9.5. The Problem of Series Marker -i = 203
  9.6. Alternative Analyses = 206
  9.7. Conclusion = 207
 10. The Plural Agreement Marker -en = 209
  10.1. The Distribution of -en in Old Georgian = 209
  10.2. The Suffix -en in Series I = 222
  10.3. Summary = 228
 11. Case Marking in the Object Demotion Construction = 231
  11.1. Ergative Case Alignment and Object Demotion = 231
  11.2. Reconstruction of Marking Assigned to Retired Indirect Objects = 235
  11.3. The Retired Indirect Object in Series I = 253
 12. The Picture That Emerges = 257
  12.1. Person Agreement in Old Georgian = 257
  12.2. Summary of Evidence Supporting the Object Demotion Hypothesis = 263
PART Ⅳ. OTHER CHANGES RELATED TO CASE MARKING
 13. Inversion and the Origins of Series III and IV = 271
  13.1. The Syntax of the Inversion Construction = 272
  13.2. The Origin of Series III = 286
  13.3. The Place of the Evidential in the Verbal System = 295
  13.4. Inversion and the History of Number Agreement = 306
  13.5. Reanalysis of Series III = 316
  13.6. The Origin of Series III and Other Changes in the Grammar = 321
 14. Ergative to Active : The Mechanism of Change in Georgian = 329
  14.1. The Transition from Generalized to Restricted Ergative = 330
  14.2. The Transition from Ergative to Active = 342
  14.3. The Actualization of Change = 344
  14.4. Alternative Accounts = 350
  14.5. Conclusion = 354
  Appendix. Overgeneralization : The Case of Expressives = 354
 15. Case Changes Resulting from the Ergative-to-Active Shift = 363
  15.1. Reanalysis of Series I = 363
  15.2. A Change in Case Morphology = 370
  15.3. Extensions = 371
  15.4. Extension as a Mechanism in the Change of Case Alignment = 380
  15.5. Artasen = 385
  15.6. Conclusion = 389
PART Ⅴ. KARTVELIAN AND LANGUAGE UNIVERSALS
 16. Concomitants of Change = 395
  16.1. Correlates = 395
  16.2. Interpretation = 404
  16.3. Conclusions = 409
 17. Case Alignment : Diachrony and Synchrony = 413
  17.1. Mechanisms = 413
  17.2. Directions = 417
  17.3. The Nature and Explanation of Change = 420
  17.4. The Nature of Active Alignment in Kartvelian = 427
  17.5. The Nature of Alignment Splits = 428
  17.6. Conclusion = 430
References = 433
Index = 453


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