Prospects for a New Structuralism

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This volume, which has partly grown from a Round Table at the XIVth International Congress of Linguists, argues for a large amount of underlying unity in outlook among different frameworks in present-day linguistics: the contemporary Prague School; the Noematic approach; the UNITYP model; Integrational Linguistics; Natural Morphology; much recent work in phonology; and Popperian Interactionism as applied, in particular, to historical linguistics. Section I discusses philosophical issues such as realism vs. cognitivism; Section II characterizes current frameworks; and Section III deals with individual linguistic areas like phonology. Leading representatives of the various approaches are shown to agree in subscribing to most if not all of nine 'Principles of New Structuralism' that combine ontological realism with non-cognitivist mentalism. These principles define a position that is structuralist in a novel sense and appears to be partly represented also in approaches such as Katzian 'Platonism' and Searle's intentionalism; it should be compatible with frameworks like GPSG. There are definite historical connections with European structuralism. The position is incompatible with current cognitivism of the 'mechanism' type but otherwise bridges traditional oppositions such as the dichotomy of generative vs. non-generative frameworks.
[Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, 96]  1992.  vii, 275 pp.
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Table of Contents
Foreword
v
Prospects for a new structuralism: introduction
Hans-Heinrich Lieb
1
I. Philosophical issues
An interactionist position
Philip Carr
17
The case for a new structuralism
Hans-Heinrich Lieb
33
II. Frameworks
Classical structuralism and present-day Praguian linguistics
Petr Sgall
75
Noematic grammar
Klaus Heger
91
The functional model of UNITYP dimensions
Hansjakob Seiler
99
Intergrational linguistics:: outline of a theory of language
Hans-Heinrich Lieb
127
III. Areas
A new structuralism in phonology
Jerzy Bańczerowski, Jerzy Pogonowski and Tadeusz Zgólka
185
The structuralist heritage in natural Morphology
Wolfgang Ullrich Wurzel
225
What are language histories histories of?
Roger Lass
243
Index of names
273
“New Structuralism is suggested as an increasingly important orientation in linguistics whose significance goes beyond the approaches documented in this volume. New Structuralism may provide a more realistic answer than cognitivism to the twin questions of what linguistics is, and what it is about.”
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BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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