by North-Holland in Amsterdam .
|Statement||[by] Simon C. Dik.|
|LC Classifications||P295 .D5|
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|Pagination||xii, 318 p.|
|Number of Pages||318|
|LC Control Number||68029066|
Get this from a library! Coordination: its implications for the theory of general linguistics. [S C Dik]. Article Simon C. Dik, Coordination: Its Implications for the Theory of General Linguistics, North-Holland Publishing Co., , xii+: 哲弥 国広. Coordination: Its Implications for the Theory of General Linguistics. S. C. Dik. Amsterdam: North-Holland () Abstract This article has no associated abstract. (fix it) Keywords Grammar, Comparative and general Sentences Linguistics: Categories Syntactic Theories in Philosophy of Language Similar books and articles. Getting One's Words. Book description. Coordination in syntax is an important part of the analysis of sentence structure. Niina Ning Zhang addresses the issues raised by coordinate pairings and the implications of these structures, looking in particular at examples within English and Chinese.
The second part of his work, The Theory of Functional Grammar, was published posthumously in Main Publications. Coordination: Its Implications for the Theory of General Linguistics. Amsterdam: North-Holland Publishing Company, The Theory of Functional Grammar (Part I: The Structure of the clause), Major constituents and two dependency grammar constraints on sharing in coordination. Linguistics, Vol. 46, Issue. 6, CrossRef; in each case the theory concerned makes two assumptions about grammatical structure in general (i.e. about all structures, including coordinate ones): Coordination: its implications for the theory of general. We propose meaning,constructors to capture the semantic differences between coordination and apposition., of Linguistics 3(2) its implications for the theory of general linguistics. Is the ability to understand speakers' meanings rooted in a more general human ability to understand other minds? How do these abilities interact in evolution and in cognitive development? Meaning and Relevance sets out to answer these and other questions, enriching and updating relevance theory and exploring its implications for linguistics.
Coordination: its implications for the theory of general linguistics. Amsterdam, North-Holland, (OCoLC) Material Type: Thesis/dissertation: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: S C Dik. Swiss linguist and comparative philologist best known to semioticians for the posthumously published Cours de linguistique générale (CLG; Course in General Linguistics, ).The cycle of lectures on which this text is based occupied a relatively brief period in Saussure's scholarly life, which was mostly spent working within the tradition of comparative and historical linguistics with which. This collection of papers arises from a meeting of relevance theorists held in Osaka, May , Speakers at the conference included both of the originators of the theory, Dan Sperber and Deirdre Wilson, the editors of this volume and several other Japanese linguists and pragmatists, all of whose work is included. The full breadth and richness of relevance theory is represented here. In linguistics, coordination is a complex syntactic structure that links together two or more elements; these elements are called conjuncts or conjoins. The presence of coordination is often signaled by the appearance of a coordinator, e.g. and, or, but. The totality of coordinator and conjuncts forming an instance of coordination is called a coordinate structure. The unique properties of coordinate structures have motivated theoretical .