Integrated Linguistics: Vol I General Outline (Current Issues in Linguistic Theory 17)

Integrated Linguistics: Vol I General Outline (Current Issues in Linguistic Theory 17)

By: Hans-Heinrich Lieb (author)Hardback

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This is the first volume of a work envisioned to consist of six volumes, providing a complete overview of the unified approach to basic problems of linguistics, as developed by Hans-Heinrich Lieb. This first volume contains a detailed overview of Integrational Linguistics, and outlines a major fragment of a theory of language systems. The further volumes will discuss: II. A theory of grammars; III. Language universals and language contrast; IV. Syntax and semantics; V. Morphology and morphosemantics; VI. Lexical semantics.

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Contents

1. Dedication; 2. Acknowledgments; 3. General preface; 4. Table of contents; 5. 0 Introduction; 6. 1 Languages and their systems; 7. 2 idiolects and their systems; 8. Part B: Outline of syntax; 9. 3 Basic approach (1): A surface syntax for semantics; 10. 4 Basic approach (2): syntactic structures and syntactic functions; 11. 5 Syntactic structures (1): the constituent structure component; 12. 6 Syntactic structures (2): paradigms and syntactic marking categories; 13. 7 Syntactic structures (3): the marking structure component; 14. 8 Syntactic structures (4): intonation structures. The structure assignment; 15. 9 Constituent functions, category functions, accents; 16. Part C: Outline of morphology; 17. 10 Basic approach. Pure morphological constituent structures; 18. 11 Pure morphological marking structures and morphological intonation structures; 19. 12 morphological structures and morphological functions; 20. Part D: Outline of morphosemantics; 21. 13 Lexical meanings; 22. 14 the basis for morphosemantic meaning composition; 23. 15 morphosemantic meaning composition; 24. Part E: Outline of syntactic semantics (1): syntactic meanings; 25. 16 Lexical meanings in syntax; 26. 17 Sentence meanings; 27. 18 referential meanings and reference bases; 28. Basic, intermediate, and complete syntactic meanings; 29. Part F: Outline of syntactic semantics (2): meaning composition; 30. 20 intermediate syntactic meanings; 31. 21 predication bases; 32. 22 predication bases and semantic roles; 33. 23 predication; 34. 24 Predication, neagtion, and accents; 35. 25 Potential rhemata and potential rhematic background; 36. 26 Referential meanings and potential thematic parts; 37. 27 The construction of sentence meanings; 38. Part G: Integrational grammars; 39. 28 Theory integration (1): theories of language; grammars of languages and varieties; 40. 29 theory integration (2): idiolect grammars; non-linguistic theories; 41. 30 Integrational grammars as axiomatic theories; 42. Bibliographies; 43. List of references; 44. Bibliography of integrational linguistics; 45. Indexes; 46. Index of names; 47. Index of extratheoretical terms and subject; 48. Index of theoretical terms and subjects; 49. Lists; 50. Notational conventions; 51. List of symbols; 52. List of variables; 53. List constants

Product Details

  • publication date: 01/01/1984
  • ISBN13: 9789027235084
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 555
  • ID: 9789027235084
  • weight: 830
  • ISBN10: 9027235082

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