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The Resource Cognition and Representation in Linguistic Theory, (electronic resource)

Cognition and Representation in Linguistic Theory, (electronic resource)

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Cognition and Representation in Linguistic Theory
Title
Cognition and Representation in Linguistic Theory
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Language
eng
Summary
The objective of this book is to better acquaint English-speaking linguistics with a corpus of texts hitherto untranslated, containing the cognitive-based research in formal linguistics of one of the most important theoreticians in the field: Antoine Culioli (b. 1924). Culioli's viewpoint is grounded in Emile Benveniste's (1902-1976) revolutionary answer to Saussure's opposition between competence (langue) and performance (parole) captured in the idea of énonciation, in which the relationship between an individual and a language is one of appropriation. The translation has been prepared to pro
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Culioli, Antoine
Dewey number
415
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no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • Liddle, Michel
  • Stonham, John T
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  • Psycholinguistics
  • Knowledge representation (Information theory)
  • Cognitive grammar
Label
Cognition and Representation in Linguistic Theory, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Chapter 7. aspect, diathesis and quantifiabilization
Contents
  • COGNITION AND REPRESENTATION IN LINGUISTIC THEORY; Editorial page; Title page; Copyright page; FOREWORD & ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; Table of contents; EDITOR'S INTRODUCTION; Enunciation; Culioli 's Enunciative Model in Brief; The 1983-1984 DEA (Doctoral) Seminar in Perspective; An English-speaking Presence; Methodology of the Translation; CHAPTER 1. DEFINING THE TERRITORY; EDITOR'S INTRODUCTION; EXCERPTS FROM THE 1983-1984 D.E.A. SEMINAR; 1. Language and Languages; 2. Observations and Theorization; 3. Representation; 4. Validation.; ON DEFINING THE TERRITORY FOLLOWING THE D. EA. SEMINAR
  • CHAPTER 2. REPRESENTING NOTIONSEDITOR'S INTRODUCTION; EXCERPTS FROM THE 1983-1984 D.E.A. SEMINAR; [Three Types of Notions]; [Notions and Words]; [The Prototype]; ON NOTIONS AND THEIR REPRESENTATION FOLLOWING THE D. EA. SEMINAR; CHAPTER 3. NOTIONAL DOMAINS; EDITOR'S INTRODUCTION; EXCERPTS FROM THE D.E.A. SEMINAR; Notions and Occurrences; The Class of Occurrences and Individuation; The Organizing Centre; Identifying and Differentiating; [The gradient]; [Interior, Exterior, Boundary]; A Note on the Centre; Open / Closed, and Intension /Extension; The High Degree; Constructing the Notional Domain
  • The Boundary RevisitedIntension and Extension; The Problem of the Boundary; Negation; [Positive, Negative and the Domain]; Pouvoirand Constructing the Notional Domain; [Trans-categorical Analyses and the Turn-back Point]; A Second Look at the Attracting Centre; ON NOTIONAL DOMAINS FOLLOWING THE D.E.A. SEMINAR; CHAPTER 4. UTTERING, ASSERTING AND INTERROGATIVES; EDITOR'S INTRODUCTION; Preassertive Constructs; From Lexis to Assertion; Uttering; Linearizing; The interrogative; EXCERPTS FROM THE D.E.A. SEMINAR; [Enunciator / Co-enunciator vs. Locutor / Interlocutor]
  • The Interrogative and the Notional DomainA Note on "heuristic approach"; [The Interrogative and the Notional Domain (2); Biased Questions; The Three Configurations; [Asserting]; Negative interrogative: Did he not come?; [The Negative interrogative and Configuration 2]; [The Negative interrogative and Configuration 3]; [From Equiponderance to Tags]; ON CONSTRUCTING ASSERTIONS FOLLOWING THE D. EA. SEMINAR; CHAPTER 5. MODALIZING; EDITOR'S INTRODUCTION; EXCERPTS FROM THE D.E.A. SEMINAR; Modality 1; Modality 4; [Linguistics and the Problem of Reference]; Modality 2; Modality 3
  • Modality as a detached representation of realityFictitious locating and examples of the same; The Intersubjective Relationship (Modality 4); Being able to [pouvoir]: another look at the problem -- a modal viewpoint; [Linking the Detached Locator to the Plane of Assertion]; [Between Modality and Aspect]; ON MODALIZING FOLLOWING THE D.E.A. SEMINAR; CHAPTER 6. ASPECTS AND QUANTIFIABILIZATION; EDITOR'S INTRODUCTION; EXCERPTS FROM THE D.E.A. SEMINAR; Quantification Linked to the Type of Scanning; ON ASPECTS AND QUANTIFIABILIZATION FOLLOWING THE D. EA. SEMINAR
Control code
ocn759101337
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (173 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789027276537
Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)759101337
Label
Cognition and Representation in Linguistic Theory, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
Chapter 7. aspect, diathesis and quantifiabilization
Contents
  • COGNITION AND REPRESENTATION IN LINGUISTIC THEORY; Editorial page; Title page; Copyright page; FOREWORD & ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; Table of contents; EDITOR'S INTRODUCTION; Enunciation; Culioli 's Enunciative Model in Brief; The 1983-1984 DEA (Doctoral) Seminar in Perspective; An English-speaking Presence; Methodology of the Translation; CHAPTER 1. DEFINING THE TERRITORY; EDITOR'S INTRODUCTION; EXCERPTS FROM THE 1983-1984 D.E.A. SEMINAR; 1. Language and Languages; 2. Observations and Theorization; 3. Representation; 4. Validation.; ON DEFINING THE TERRITORY FOLLOWING THE D. EA. SEMINAR
  • CHAPTER 2. REPRESENTING NOTIONSEDITOR'S INTRODUCTION; EXCERPTS FROM THE 1983-1984 D.E.A. SEMINAR; [Three Types of Notions]; [Notions and Words]; [The Prototype]; ON NOTIONS AND THEIR REPRESENTATION FOLLOWING THE D. EA. SEMINAR; CHAPTER 3. NOTIONAL DOMAINS; EDITOR'S INTRODUCTION; EXCERPTS FROM THE D.E.A. SEMINAR; Notions and Occurrences; The Class of Occurrences and Individuation; The Organizing Centre; Identifying and Differentiating; [The gradient]; [Interior, Exterior, Boundary]; A Note on the Centre; Open / Closed, and Intension /Extension; The High Degree; Constructing the Notional Domain
  • The Boundary RevisitedIntension and Extension; The Problem of the Boundary; Negation; [Positive, Negative and the Domain]; Pouvoirand Constructing the Notional Domain; [Trans-categorical Analyses and the Turn-back Point]; A Second Look at the Attracting Centre; ON NOTIONAL DOMAINS FOLLOWING THE D.E.A. SEMINAR; CHAPTER 4. UTTERING, ASSERTING AND INTERROGATIVES; EDITOR'S INTRODUCTION; Preassertive Constructs; From Lexis to Assertion; Uttering; Linearizing; The interrogative; EXCERPTS FROM THE D.E.A. SEMINAR; [Enunciator / Co-enunciator vs. Locutor / Interlocutor]
  • The Interrogative and the Notional DomainA Note on "heuristic approach"; [The Interrogative and the Notional Domain (2); Biased Questions; The Three Configurations; [Asserting]; Negative interrogative: Did he not come?; [The Negative interrogative and Configuration 2]; [The Negative interrogative and Configuration 3]; [From Equiponderance to Tags]; ON CONSTRUCTING ASSERTIONS FOLLOWING THE D. EA. SEMINAR; CHAPTER 5. MODALIZING; EDITOR'S INTRODUCTION; EXCERPTS FROM THE D.E.A. SEMINAR; Modality 1; Modality 4; [Linguistics and the Problem of Reference]; Modality 2; Modality 3
  • Modality as a detached representation of realityFictitious locating and examples of the same; The Intersubjective Relationship (Modality 4); Being able to [pouvoir]: another look at the problem -- a modal viewpoint; [Linking the Detached Locator to the Plane of Assertion]; [Between Modality and Aspect]; ON MODALIZING FOLLOWING THE D.E.A. SEMINAR; CHAPTER 6. ASPECTS AND QUANTIFIABILIZATION; EDITOR'S INTRODUCTION; EXCERPTS FROM THE D.E.A. SEMINAR; Quantification Linked to the Type of Scanning; ON ASPECTS AND QUANTIFIABILIZATION FOLLOWING THE D. EA. SEMINAR
Control code
ocn759101337
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (173 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789027276537
Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)759101337

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