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|Statement||[by] John M. Anderson.|
|Series||Cambridge studies in linguistics,, 4|
|LC Classifications||P291 .A5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 244 p.|
|Number of Pages||244|
|LC Control Number||71145602|
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The Grammar of Case: Towards a Localistic Theory. John M. Anderson. CUP Archive, Apr 8. Get this from a library. The grammar of case: towards a localistic theory. [John M Anderson] -- Anderson presents a study of the different roles which nouns play in the event or state expressed by the verb or adjective with which they are associated.
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Get this from a library. The grammar of case: towards a localistic theory. [John M Anderson]. The Grammar of Case: Towards a Localistic Theory. Laurie Bauer. Linguistics and Philosophy 1 (1) () Strategies in Universal Grammar: The Case of Meaning Postulates in Classical Montague Grammar.
Philosophical Grammar a Study of Classical Quantification Theory, the Theory of Sense and Reference, and the Logic of Sortal Author: Laurie Bauer. ON 'THE GRAMMAR OF CASE'* John M. Anderson, The Grammar of Case: towards a localistic theory, Cambridge Studies in Linguistics 4, Cambridge University Press, Pp.
x+* 1. INTRODUCTION Although it is five years since The Grammar of Case was first published, it is only relatively recently that it has been mentioned with any regularity in the.
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Case is fundamental to the whole system of language. One of its most interesting features is the recurrence of apparently idiosyncratic patterns and devices in otherwise unrelated by: Anderson, John M.
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Google Scholar Anderson, Stephen R. () On the Role of Deep Structure in Semantic Interpretation, Foundations of Language 8, –Cited by: The Grammar of Case 作者: John Anderson 出版社: Cambridge University Press 副标题: Towards a Localistic Theory 出版年: 页数: 定价: GBP 装帧: Paperback ISBN: The Grammar of Case Towards a Localistic Theory JOHN M.
ANDERSON Mr Anderson explores, within the framework of trans-formational-generative grammar, the 'localized hypothesis' which asserts that all the roles for nouns involve basically the notions of location and direction.
£ net CAMBRIDGE STUDIES IN LINGUISTICS 5 Linguistic Evolution. It presents a new theory of grammatical categories - the Universal Spine Hypothesis - and reinforces generative notions of Universal Grammar while accommodating insights from linguistic typology.
In essence, this new theory shows that language-specific categories are built from a small set of universal categories and language-specific units of Cited by: This chapter pursues two main goals. The first is to contextualize the emergence of Anderson’s localist conception of case as well as the evolution of this conception after the formative years.
The second goal is to retrace the development of localist ideas in the history of linguistics, focussing on significant landmarks which precede the modern era.
Nevertheless, in itemising and thereby obviating the duplication of role features, the decomposition of functional relations does throw light on infelicities associated with some existing case labels in the field of agentivity.
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Find this resource: Google Preview; WorldCat; A nderson, J ohn R. () Arguments concerning representations for mental imagery. Psychological Review – Find this resource: Google Preview; WorldCat. The Byzantine grammarian Maxime Planude (13thth century) was the first to develop a so-called "localistic" theory of (Greek) cases, i.
e., a theory (also) based on "spatial" concepts, such as "movement to" and "movement from" (the term "spatial" is used in its most abstract sense, because it can refer to both real spatial relationships and.
The grammar of case: towards a localistic theory by: Anderson, John M. Published: () Bhasha aur vyavhar / by: Braj Mohan Published: () Grammar as science /. Admittedly it was traditional grammar, but it was sensible and helpful; I don’t remember anyone talking about ablatives, genitives or datives in English (which is more than one can say of some current theories), and I don’t think it was drummed into us as pure dogma.
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