Between Grammar and Lexicon

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| University of Virginia
| Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
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This volume has its origins in a theme session entitled: “Lexical and Grammatical Classification: Same or Different?” from the Fifth International Cognitive Linguistics Conference. It includes theme session presentations, additional papers from that conference, and several invited contributions. All the articles explore the relationship between lexical and grammatical categories, both illustrating the close interaction, as well as questioning the strict dichotomy, between them. This volume promotes a holistic view of classification reflecting functional, cognitive, communication, and sign-oriented approaches to language which have been applied to both the grammar and the lexicon.
The volume is divided into two parts. Part I, Number and Gender Systems Across Languages, is further subdivided into three sections: (1) Noun Classification; (2) Number Systems; and (3) Gender Systems. Part II, Verb Systems and Parts of Speech Across Languages, is divided into two sections: (1) Tense and Aspect and (2) Parts of Speech. The analyses represent a diverse range of languages and language families: Bantu (Swahili), Guaykuruan (Pilagá), Indo-European (English, Russian, Polish, Bulgarian, Macedonian, Spanish) and Semitic (Hebrew).
[Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, 183]  2000.  xxxii, 365 pp.
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Table of Contents
List of Contributors
vii
Introduction
ix
Part I. Number and Gender Systems Across Languages
1. Noun Classification Systems
Noun Class as Number in Swahili
Ellen Contini-Morava
3
Deixis and Noun-Classification in Pilagá and Beyond
Pablo I. Kirtchuk-Halevi
31
2. Number Systems
Number in the English Substantive
Walter Hirtle
59
From Number to Gender, from Dual to Virile: Bridging Cognitive Categories
Laura A. Janda
73
The Dual Number in Hebrew: Grammar or Lexicon, or Both?
Yishai Tobin
87
3. Gender Systems
The Acategorial Lexicon and the Pairing Strategies: A Critical Account of Inherent Gender in Spanish
Ricardo Otheguy and Nancy Stern
123
Grammatical and Lexical Behavior in the Development of the Spanish Third-Person Clitics
Flora Klein-Andreu
159
The Grammar of English Gender
Lori Morris
185
Recasting Animacy: The Codification of Perceptual Distinctions in Language
Edna Andrews
205
Part II. Verb Systems and Parts of Speech Across Languages
1. Tense and Aspect
Eventuality Classification: Meaning and Use of Spanish Simple Past Tenses
Bob de Jonge
227
Resultativeness: Constructions with Phrasal Verbs in Focus
Marina Gorlach
255
2. Parts of Speech
Complex -er Nominals: Where Grammaticalization and Lexicalization Meet?
Mary Ellen Ryder
291
Modern Hebrew Adverbials: Between Syntactic Class and Lexical Category
Dorit Ravid and Yitzhak Shlesinger
333
Name Index
353
Subject Index
361
“[...] these are polished articles wich bolster the need for a cognitive linguistic paradigm.”
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BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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