Theoretical Linguistics and Grammatical Description

Papers in honour of Hans-Heinrich Lieb

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| Freie Universität Berlin
| Freie Universität Berlin
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This volume presents a collection of 23 papers by renowned linguists on current research in the field of theoretical linguistics. The book focuses on linguistic theory and metatheory, and on fundamental concepts and assumptions of modern linguistics.
[Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, 138]  1996.  x, 375 pp.
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Table of Contents
Editor’s preface
vii
Biographical sketch of Hans-Heinrich Lieb
Ágnes Lieb-Dóczy
1–2
Hans-Heinrich Lieb: List of Publications 1964–1995
3–11
A formal approach to a general theory of language
Jerzy Bańczerowski
13–30
Understanding understanding
Renate Bartsch
31–44
Non-reducible grammatical relations without semantic content
Monika Budde
45–64
Are linguistic objects internal, external, or both?
Philip Carr
65–76
Some thoughts on being minimal
Bernard Comrie
77–87
Case morphology and case system in L1 acquisition
Hartmut Czepluch
89–108
Explorations in ‘idiolects’
Norbert Dittmar
109–128
Phonological word structures
Peter Eisenberg and Matthias Butt
129–150
Idiolect and convention: Incompatible concepts?
Thomas Falkenberg
151–161
Communion or communication?
Hartmut Haberland
163–166
Topic-focus articulation — A matter of langue or parole?
Eva Hajičová
167–175
Phraseologie und Metonymik
Dietrich Hartmann
177–190
Language universals and evolutionary bottlenecks
Roger Lass
191–200
Speech intentions, speech planning, and the use of syntactic constructions
Joerg Peters
201–217
English verbal Idioms of aural perception
Mava Jo Powell
219–231
Semantics and grammar: A relationship of mutual foundations?
Helmut Richter
233–255
The problem of ‘Adjectives’ in Mandarin Chinese
Robin Sackmann
257–275
Beyond new structuralism
Helmut Schnelle
277–286
Wann hat eine Sprache begonnen?
Elmar Seebold
287–296
Zur universalen dimension der IDENTIFIKATION
Hansjakob Seiler
297–311
A series of explicata for the notion of meaning
Petr Sgall
313–321
Iconicity and syncretism
Bernd Wiese
323–344
Remarks on language theory in te “Decade of the brain”
Gisela Zifonun
345–360
Index of names
361–366
Index of subjects and terms
367–375
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BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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