Raffaele Simone

List of John Benjamins publications for which Raffaele Simone plays a role.


Word Classes: Nature, typology and representations

Edited by Raffaele Simone and Francesca Masini

[Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, 332] 2014. vii, 293 pp.
Subjects Morphology | Syntax | Theoretical linguistics | Typology

Iconicity in Language

Edited by Raffaele Simone

[Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, 110] 1995. xii, 315 pp.
Subjects Functional linguistics | History of linguistics | Semiotics | Theoretical linguistics


Simone, Raffaele and Francesca Masini 2014 Introduction: New approaches to old Word Class issuesWord Classes: Nature, typology and representations, Simone, Raffaele and Francesca Masini (eds.), pp. 1–14 | Article
Simone, Raffaele and Francesca Masini 2014 On Light NounsWord Classes: Nature, typology and representations, Simone, Raffaele and Francesca Masini (eds.), pp. 51–74 | Article
This paper investigates the hypothesis that word classes are not homogeneous, but rather complex sets of entities with (partially) different properties that can be arranged along a scale. Whereas much work has been done on subclasses of verbs, and on scales of ‘verbiness’ (e.g., full-fledged verbs… read more
Simone, Raffaele 1995 The Language-User in Saussure (and after)Historical Roots of Linguistic Theories, Formigari, Lia and Daniele Gambarara (eds.), pp. 233 ff. | Article
Simone, Raffaele 1995 Foreword: Under the Sign of CratylusIconicity in Language, Simone, Raffaele (ed.), pp. vii ff. | Miscellaneous
Simone, Raffaele 1995 Iconic Aspects of Syntax: A Pragmatic ApproachIconicity in Language, Simone, Raffaele (ed.), pp. 153 ff. | Article
Simone, Raffaele et Rene Amacker 1978 Sur les verbes dits modauxXIV Congresso Internationale di Linguistica e Filologia Romanza: Napoli, 15–20 Aprile 1974. ATTI, Varvaro, Alberto (ed.), pp. III-345–III-352 | Article
Simone, Raffaele 1975 Theorie Et Histoire De La LinguistiqueHistoriographia Linguistica 2:3, pp. 353–378 | Article
The history of linguistics is presented as a crucial part of linguistics as a whole, in view of its contribution to the understanding of the logical and cognitive structure and evolution of the linguistic discipline itself. The basis for this view is to be found in Saussure’s distinction between… read more