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Issues in Cognitive Linguistics : 1993 Proceedings of the International Cognitive Linguistics Conference - Leon De Stadler

Issues in Cognitive Linguistics

1993 Proceedings of the International Cognitive Linguistics Conference

By: Leon De Stadler (Editor), Christoph Eyrich (Editor)

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Cognitive linguistics subsumes diverse theoretical approaches sharing a compatible outlook: namely that language reflects the interaction of social, cultural, psychological, communicative, and functional considerations that can be understood only in the context of cognitive development and processing. The editors have organized 27 papers presented at the Third International Linguistics Conference held in the summer of 1993 in Louvain, Belgium, into six somewhat overlapping groupings off theoretical issues concerning the bridges between generative and cognitive linguistics; lexical semantics and morphology (e.g. Langacker semantics for select Coeur d'Alene prefixes); metaphor (one title is "Why metaphor matters: or linguistics meets the geopolitics of law"); syntax and semantics (focusing on Samoan, Spanish, and Swedish); pragmatics (nominal vs. temporal interpretation); and Holmqvist on computational linguistics.

Prefacep. v
Theoretical issues
Bridges between generative and cognitive linguisticsp. 3
Lexical semantics and morphology
A modular approach to the semantics of space in languagep. 23
Beer and semanticsp. 35
Is everything black and white in conceptual oppositions?p. 57
Categorization and analogical change: The case of athematic 1sg -m in the Slavic languagesp. 75
Contrast and schemas: Antonymous adjectivesp. 97
Figurative givingp. 113
Nominalizations, metonymy and lexicographic practicep. 141
Langacker semantics for three Coeur d'Alene prefixes glossed as 'on'p. 165
Aspects of prepositions and prepositional aspectp. 225
Some aspects of relational nounsp. 249
Prototype marker or reflexive marker: Russian -sja and categorical changep. 277
Metaphor
The strengths and weaknesses of the left/right polarity in Russian: diachronic and synchronic semantic analysesp. 299
'Unnatural barriers': Why metaphor matters (or, linguistics meets the geopolitics of law)p. 331
Through as a means to metaphorp. 347
Is metaphor really a one-way street? One of the basic tenets of the cognitive theory of metaphor put to the testp. 367
Syntax and semantics
Samoan as an active zone language[superscript 1]p. 391
Two transitive construction frames in Spanish: The prepositional and the non-prepositional accusativep. 407
Swedish abstract transitional phrases: An in-between phenomenon in the linguistic systemp. 425
Grammatical relations in Spanish triactant clausesp. 447
Degrees of subjectivity in epistemic modals and perspective representationp. 471
Biactant Spanish clauses. Syntactic markedness and semantic prototypep. 491
To infinitives[superscript 2]p. 505
Adverbial placement and iconicityp. 527
Pragmatics
Nominal vs. temporal interpretation in discoursep. 549
Markedness and prototypical speaker attributesp. 567
Computational Linguistics
Implementing cognitive semantics -- overview of the semantic composition processes and insights into the grammatical composition processesp. 579
Subject indexp. 601
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ISBN: 9783110152197
ISBN-10: 3110152193
Series: Cognitive Linguistic Research
Audience: Professional
For Ages: 22+ years old
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 624
Published: 13th July 1999
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter & Co
Country of Publication: DE
Dimensions (cm): 23.0 x 15.5  x 3.81
Weight (kg): 1.18