Integrational Linguistics

Vol. I: General Outline

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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.

[Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, 17]  1983.  xxiii, 527 pp.
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Table of Contents
Dedication
v
Acknowledgments
vi
General preface
vii
Table of contents
xv
0 Introduction
1
1 Languages and their systems
15
2 idiolects and their systems
35
Part B: Outline of syntax
3 Basic approach (1): A surface syntax for semantics
52
4 Basic approach (2): syntactic structures and syntactic functions
63
5 Syntactic structures (1): the constituent structure component
80
6 Syntactic structures (2): paradigms and syntactic marking categories
97
7 Syntactic structures (3): the marking structure component
111
8 Syntactic structures (4): intonation structures. The structure assignment
122
9 Constituent functions, category functions, accents
133
Part C: Outline of morphology
10 Basic approach. Pure morphological constituent structures
154
11 Pure morphological marking structures and morphological intonation structures
168
12 morphological structures and morphological functions
185
Part D: Outline of morphosemantics
13 Lexical meanings
204
14 the basis for morphosemantic meaning composition
215
15 morphosemantic meaning composition
234
Part E: Outline of syntactic semantics (1): syntactic meanings
16 Lexical meanings in syntax
249
17 Sentence meanings
264
18 referential meanings and reference bases
278
Basic, intermediate, and complete syntactic meanings
289
Part F: Outline of syntactic semantics (2): meaning composition
20 intermediate syntactic meanings
302
21 predication bases
318
22 predication bases and semantic roles
332
23 predication
341
24 Predication, neagtion, and accents
352
25 Potential rhemata and potential rhematic background
364
26 Referential meanings and potential thematic parts
380
27 The construction of sentence meanings
400
Part G: Integrational grammars
28 Theory integration (1): theories of language; grammars of languages and varieties
419
29 theory integration (2): idiolect grammars; non-linguistic theories
433
30 Integrational grammars as axiomatic theories
445
Bibliographies
464
List of references
464
Bibliography of integrational linguistics
471
Indexes
483
Index of names
483
Index of extratheoretical terms and subject
486
Index of theoretical terms and subjects
492
Lists
520
Notational conventions
520
List of symbols
523
List of variables
524
List constants
525
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General