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History of linguistics 2014 : selected papers from the 13th International Conference on the History of the Language Sciences (ICHOLS XIII), Vila Real, Portugal, 25-29 August 2014

History of linguistics 2014 : selected papers from the 13th International Conference on the History of the Language Sciences (ICHOLS XIII), Vila Real, Portugal, 25-29 August 2014

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Assunção, Carlos. Fernandes, Gonçalo, (Writer on linguistics). Kemmler, Rolf.
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History of linguistics 2014 : selected papers from the 13th International Conference on the History of the Language Sciences (ICHOLS XIII), Vila Real, Portugal, 25-29 August 2014 / edited by Carlos Assunção, Gonçalo Fernandes, Rolf Kemmler, University of Trás-os-Montes and Alto Douro.
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Amsterdam ;   Philadelphia :   John Benjamins Publishing Company,   2016.  
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1 online resource (xii, 277 p.).
총서사항
Studies in the History of the Language Sciences : Amsterdam studies in the theory and history of linguistic science, series III,0304-0720 ; volume 126
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9789027266699 (electronic bk.) 9027266697 (electronic bk.) 9789027246172 (hb ; alk. paper) 9027246173 (hb ; alk. paper)
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"This volume brings together a selection of 20 out of altogether 170 papers presented at the 13th International Conference on the History of the Language Sciences (ICHoLS XIII), held at the University of Trás-os-Montes and Alto Douro in Vila Real, Portugal, 25-29 August 2014. It is divided chronologically into four parts, ranging from classical antiquity to the end of the 20th century. Part I deals with general and theoretical topics in the history of linguistics in the United States, in Brazil, and the fields of lexicography and the relation of gesture to thought and language. Part II examines aspects of ancient Greek and Latin grammars, the concept of interjection from antiquity to humanism, and the classification of the parts of speech in the classical Sanskrit grammars. Part III focuses on 16th-century Latin-Portuguese grammaticography, the importance of 17th-century plurilingual textbooks, as well as two papers dedicated to French idéologues and their participation in late 18th-century prize competitions. Part IV is devoted to the works of 19th to late 20th-century European grammarians, philosophers, logicians and linguists, as well as some 19th-century Chilean grammarians and lexicographers of the Spanish language."--
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Introduction -- Part I: General and particular issues in the history of linguistics. What do we talk about, when we talk about the history of linguistics?: a view from the United States / Margaret Thomas -- On the concept of grammatical tradition and its application to linguistic studies in Brazil / Ricardo Cavaliere -- The history of the concept of lexicography / John Considine -- The relation of gesture to thought and language: from language origin to cognitive science / T. Craig Christy -- Part II: Antiquity and Middle Ages. The ancient Greek and Byzantine notion of ádialektos: a criterial approach / Raf van Rooy -- On the typology of ancient grammars: the regulae grammars / Anneli Luhtala -- L'interjection dans la tradition grammaticale latine, de l'antiquité à l'humanisme / Bernard Colombat -- Classifications of words in ancient Sanskrit grammars / Émilie Aussant -- Part III: Sixteenth to eighteenth century works. Notas sobre lá difusión en Portugal de lá libellus de á constructione octo partium orationis (Londres 1513) durante la primera mitad del siglo XVI / Rogelio Ponce de León Romeo -- Study of the dialogues in the Sprachbücher by Juan Ángel de Zumaran (fl. 1617-1634) / María José Corvo Sánchez -- Models of language and mankind in the milieu of the "Idéologues" / Kerstin Ohligschlaeger-Lim -- Degérando's three prize essays and the shift in linguistic thought at the turn of the 19th century / Gerda Hassler -- Part IV: Nineteenth to twentieth century studies. Anton Marty's philosophy of language and his dialogue with linguists / Savina raynaud -- Voices from the field: Edward Sapir's study of Takelma / Pierre Swiggers -- Saussure et la temporalité: une recherche terminologique (1881-1891) / Alessandro Chidichimo -- Compléments indirects et circonstanciels dans la grammaire française au cours de la seconde moitié du xixe siècle / Sophie Piron -- Poétique saussurienne, poétique jakobsonienne: Quels rapports? / Pierre-Yves Testenoire -- A first history of functional grammar / J. Lachlan Mackenzie -- Polysemy in 19th century linguistic studies in Chile: attitudes and ideology / Darío Rojas -- Presupposition and implicitness in the 20th century: from logic to linguistics / Béatrice Godart-Wendling and Layla Raïd.
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Intro -- HISTORY OF LINGUISTICS 2014 -- Editorial page -- Title page -- LCC data -- Table of contents -- Foreword & Acknowledgments -- Editors’ introduction -- Part I. General and particular issues in the history of linguistics -- What do we talk about, when we talk about the history of linguistics? A view from the United States -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Historical content of American linguistics textbooks -- 2.1 Textbooks that make little or no reference to the history of linguistics -- 2.2 Textbooks that make scattered references to the history of linguistics -- 2.3 Textbooks that dedicate a separate section to the history of linguistics -- 2.4 Textbooks that use the history of linguistics as an organizing principle -- 3. Reflection on the content of American linguistics textbooks -- 4. Conclusion -- References -- On the concept of grammatical tradition and its application to linguistic studies in Brazil -- 1. The concept of tradition in linguistic studies -- 1.1 What is traditional grammar? -- 1.2 The critique to traditional grammar in Brazil -- 2. Traditional grammar: insipience and inefficiency -- 3. The Brazilian grammaticography of Portuguese language: a brief report -- 3.1 The rationalist period -- 3.2 The scientific period -- 3.3 The linguistic period -- 4. The meaning of traditional grammar in Brazil: inconsistency and generalization -- References -- The history of the concept of lexicography -- 1. The phrase “history of lexicography” -- 2. Medieval Latin Christendom and the history of lexicography -- 3. When did “dictionary” become an actor’s category in western Europe? -- 4. When did “lexicography” become an actor’s category in western Europe? -- 5. Coda: the concepts of “dictionary” and “lexicography” beyond western Europe -- 6. Conclusion -- References -- The relation of gesture to thought and language: From language origin to cognitive science -- References -- Part II. Antiquity and Middle Ages -- The Ancient Greek and Byzantine notion of dialektos: A criterial approach -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Theorizing on dialektos in Ancient Greece and Byzantium -- 2.1 The diastratic parameter -- 2.2 The diatopic parameter -- 2.3 The ethnic parameter -- 2.4 The diaphasic parameter -- 3. Two (possible) early Byzantine conceptual elaborations -- 4. Concluding remarks -- References -- On the typology of ancient grammars: The regulae grammars -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Some general remarks -- 3. Noun declension in Donatus -- 4. Pseudo-Remmius Palaemon’s Regulae -- 5. Sacerdos’ and pseudo-Probus’ Artes -- 6. Diomedes’ and Charisius’ Artes grammaticae -- 7. Marius Victorinus and Pompeius -- 8. Two fully descriptive accounts -- 9. Consentius’ Ars -- 10. Conclusions -- Bibliography -- L’interjection dans la tradition grammaticale latine, de l’Antiquité à l’Humanisme -- 1. Un point terminologique: l’étymologie du terme et son exploitation par les grammairiens -- 2. L’invention de l’interjection -- 2.1 Du côté des Grecs: epiphônêma et epiphônêsis -- 2.2 Ret.
our au latin: Varron -- 3. Définition et statut sémiotique de l’interjection -- 4. Statut phonologique de l’interjection et doutes sur sa nature de pars orationis -- 5. Statut syntaxique de l’interjection -- 5.1 L’interjection dans l’énoncé et par rapport à l’énoncé -- 5.2 Rapport de l’interjection avec les autres parties du discours -- 6. Paradoxe de l’interjection illustré par les grammaires des XVIe et XVIIe siècles -- 7. Conclusion -- Bibliographie -- Classifications of words in ancient Sanskrit grammars -- 1. Introduction -- 2. The Pāṇinian classification of padas -- 3. The classification of padas in post-Pāṇinian grammars -- 3.1 Preliminary observations -- 3.2 Topicwise grammars -- 4. Conclusion -- Abbreviations -- Bibliography -- Part III. Sixteenth to eighteenth century works -- Notas sobre la difusión en Portugal del Libellus de constructione octo partium orationis -- 1. Consideraciones iniciales -- 2. El Libellus de constructione octo partium orationis en Portugal -- 2.1 Características generales y difusión en la Península Ibérica -- 2.2 Huella del Libellus en Portugal -- 2.3 Las Institutiones de Máximo de Sousa y el Libellus -- 2.4 Las Institutiones grammaticae latinae de Nicolaus Clenardus y el Libellus -- 2.5 Los Grammatices duo compendia de Fernando Soares Homem y el Libellus -- 3. Consideraciones finales -- Referencias bibliográficas -- Study of the dialogues in the Sprachbücher by Juan Ángel de Zumaran (fl. 1617-1634) -- 1. Introduction -- 2. The teaching work of Juan Ángel de Zumaran -- 3. Descriptive study -- 4. The dialogues within Zumaran’s curriculum: analysis and assessment -- 5. Assessment: historical study -- 5.1 Originality and repercussions of the dialogues by Juan Ángel de Zumaran in the European context -- 5.2 Use and validity of the dialogues in the foreign language classroom -- 6. Conclusion -- References -- Models of language and mankind in the milieu of the ‘Idéologues’ -- 1. The discussion of scientific language at the end of the 18th century in France -- 2. The ‘Ideologues’ and the Paris academic prize contest concerning the influence of the signs -- 3. Description of chosen manuscripts -- 4. Mathematical language as a model for the humanities -- 5. Conclusion -- References -- Degérando’s three prize essays and the shift in linguistic thought at the turn of the 19th century -- 1. Biographical background -- 2. Degérando’s first-prize essay on the influence of signs on the formation of ideas -- 3. The second prize essay by Degérando on the influence of signs on ideas -- 4. The Berlin Prize Essay -- References -- Part IV. Nineteenth to twentieth century studies -- Anton Marty’s philosophy of language and his dialogue with linguists -- 1. Regarding a possible, desired confluence of theoretical and empirical research -- 2. Minimal contextualization -- 3. Why language, from a philosophical point of view? -- 4. Grammar, logic and psychology -- 4.1 A first case study: sentences without subjects -- 4.2 A second case stu.
dy: the case theories -- 4.3 Border issues between philosophy and language sciences -- 5. Conclusions -- References -- Voices from the field: Edward Sapir’s study of Takelma -- 1. A line of descent -- 2. Takelma: RIP, respectfully -- 3. Earning a doctorate -- 4. A view from inside -- 5. Waiting for  money -- 6. Conclusion: gehi déεwinìt‛ giiεà yok!oyáεn -- References -- Saussure et la temporalité: Une recherche terminologique (1881-1891) -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Méthodologie de recherche et le Lexique d’Engler -- 3. Les manuscrits d’Harvard et les notes des années 1881-1886 -- 4. Genève: De l’essence double du langage -- 5. Origines de la terminologie saussurienne -- Conclusion -- Manuscrits consultés -- Bibliographie -- Compléments indirects et circonstanciels dans la grammaire française -- 1. Introduction -- 2. La préposition -- 2.1 Axe syntagmatique -- 2.2 Sens -- 2.3 Rapport -- 3. Adjectif, adverbe et substantif suivis d’un syntagme prépositionnel -- 4. Verbe suivi d’un syntagme prépositionnel -- 4.1 Approche sémantique -- 4.2 Approche logique -- 4.3 Approche notionnelle -- 4.4 Approche grammaticale -- 4.5 Approche par substitution -- 5. Conclusion -- Références -- Poétique saussurienne, poétique jakobsonienne: Quels rapports? -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Réception jakobsonienne des anagrammes -- 3. Convergences -- 4. Déplacements -- 4.1 De la couplaison au parallélisme -- 4.2 De l’anagramme à la paronomase -- 4.3 Hasard et subjectivité -- 5. Conclusion -- Bibliographie -- A first history of Functional Grammar -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Simon C. Dik as a young academic in the sixties -- 3. The first mention of a functional grammar -- 4. The incubation of Functional Grammar -- 5. The book Functional Grammar -- 6. The growth and institutionalization of FG -- 7. Broadening interests and applications -- 8. The Theory of Functional Grammar and Dik’s final years -- 9. The fade-out of FG and the rise of Functional Discourse Grammar -- 10. The current status of FG -- 11. Conclusion -- References -- Polysemy in 19th century linguistic studies in Chile: Attitudes and ideology -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Socio-historical and language-ideological context -- 3. Attitudes towards polysemy in nineteenth-century Chile -- 4. Conclusion -- References -- Presupposition and implicitness in the 20th century: From logic to linguistics -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Implicit and explicit from Frege to Strawson -- 3. Presupposition as a category of implicitness -- 3.1 Presupposition: invariance and implicitness -- 3.2 Presupposition: implicitness and irresponsibility -- 4. Consequences -- 5. Conclusion -- References -- Name index -- Subject index -- .

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