Hungarian General Linguistics

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This volume contains papers on Hungarian general linguistics. ‘Hungarian’ here means that the work of these authors either centers around the Hungarian language or has close ties to present-day Hungarian linguistics, or both. Topics include: philosophy of language, psycholinguistics, historical linguistics, history of (Hungarian) linguistics, phonology, syntax, typology.
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Table of Contents
Introduction
1–6
On the reconstruction of proto-meanings
Marianne Bakro-Nagy
7–29
He is only joking (Joke, metaphor and language development)
Ivan Fónagy
31–108
On the syntax of the negative auxiliary in Samoyed
Péter Hajdú
109–130
Non-applicability as a test for category definitions
Robert Hetzron
131–183
Intransitive-transitive derivational suffixes in Hungarian
Sándor Károly
185–243
Lukács's ideas on language
János Kelemen
245–268
The reincarnation of raising (or how to raise NPs without a raising rule)
István Kenesei
269–291
The aspectual system of Hungarian
Ferenc Kiefer
293–329
Samuel Brassai's theory of the sentence
Katalin É. Kiss
331–349
Deep structure cases reinterpreted
András Komlósy
351–385
Existential relations in “hogy”-sentences in Hungarian
Ilona Molnár
387–426
Foreign language environment and linguistic change: two examples
Ferenc Papp
427–445
Subject and topic in Hungarian: some psycholinguistic evidence to increase the confusion
Csaba Pléh
447–465
Affixed person-marking paradigms: a history and typology
Katalin Radics
467–513
Model theoretic semantics of performatives
Anna Szabolcsi
515–535
On the formation of the concept of ‘linguistic sign’ and on Stoic language doctrine
Zsigmond Telegdi
537–588
Abstract /w/ in Hungarian
Robert M. Vago
589–599
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General