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Language in Time and Space : A Festschrift for Werner Winter on the Occasion of His 80th Birthday :  A Festschrift for Werner Winter on the Occasion of His 80th Birthday - Brigitte L.M. Bauer

Language in Time and Space : A Festschrift for Werner Winter on the Occasion of His 80th Birthday

A Festschrift for Werner Winter on the Occasion of His 80th Birthday

By: Brigitte L.M. Bauer (Editor), Georges-Jean Pinault (Editor)

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"The honoree of this Festschrift has for many years now marked modern trends in diachronic and synchronic linguistics by his own publications and by stimulating those of numerous others. This collection of articles presents data-oriented studies that integrate modern and traditional approaches in the field, thus reflecting the honoree's contribution to contemporary linguistics. The articles relate to comparative data from (early) Indo-European languages and a variety of other languages and discuss the theoretical implications of phenomena such as linguistic universals, reconstruction, and language classification."

"There is every sign that this Festschrift will also be referred to in twenty years time, not only for the articles on Indo-European by well-known Indo-Eurpeanistst, but also for some of the other topics covered here, which range from (im)politeness in Moliere through witch reference in American Indian languages to Tibeto-Burman. The range and acuity of the contributions is an appropriate tribute to the work of the honorand."James Clackson in: Kratylos, 50, 2005

Werner Winter: Publications 1949-2003
Introduction: Werner Winter, ad multos annos
Patterns of stress and rhythm in Tocharian B prosodyp. 1
Old Irish masu 'if is' and similar formsp. 13
On bifurcations and the Germanic consonant shiftsp. 19
A concept of truth for linguistic semanticsp. 35
Middle-passive and causative: valency-change in the Tocharian B-e-presents without initial palatalizationp. 63
Some thoughts on 'Universals'p. 77
Latin static morphology and paradigm familiesp. 87
Tibeto-Burman vs. Sino-Tibetanp. 101
Some taboo-words in Iranian languages of Central Asiap. 121
Apposition and word-order typology in Indo-Europeanp. 131
Reading Moliere's The Learned Ladies - remarks on (im)politenessp. 153
Did Indo-European linguistics prepare the ground for Nazism? Lessons from the past for the present and the futurep. 161
On the origin of Tocharian terms for GRAINp. 189
The Hittite reflexive construction in a topological perspectivep. 211
Praise and Honor (Gothic hazjan, Old English hergan, and Russian cest)p. 233
The origin and nature of the linguistic parasitep. 241
Realism in Indo-European Linguisticsp. 245
Turkic and Chinese loan words in Tocharianp. 257
Categorizing the Japanese lexicon. A proposal with a backgroundp. 271
Notes on an ethnonym from East Nepalp. 287
'But' without switch-referencep. 293
Fresh shoots from a vigourous stem: IE *uih[subscript l]ro-p. 313
On the tracks of the Tocharian Gurup. 331
Eventide in Hatti-landp. 347
An integrated view on ablaut and accent in Indo-Europeanp. 351
An early rule of syncope in Tocharianp. 359
The Latin imperfect in -ba-, the Proto-Indo-European root *b[superscript h]uch[subscript 2]- and full grade III forms from set-roots with full grade IIp. 363
Conceptualization of agency in contemporary Polishp. 385
Ouvrier, Arbeiter, workman, rabocij, obrero, operaiop. 405
Classical Armenian HAGAG 'breath' and OGEM 'to speak'p. 419
Indexp. 429
Index of examplesp. 439
Tabula Gratulatoriap. 441
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ISBN: 9783110176483
ISBN-10: 3110176483
Series: Trends in Linguistics. Studies and Monographs [Tilsm]
Audience: Professional
For Ages: 22+ years old
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 468
Published: 2003
Country of Publication: DE
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6  x 2.54
Weight (kg): 0.84