List of John Benjamins publications for which Arie Verhagen plays a role.
Recursive embedding of viewpoints, irregularity, and the role for a flexible framework. Irregular perspective shifts and perspective persistence: Discourse-oriented and theoretical approaches, Gentens, Caroline, María Sol Sansiñena, Stef Spronck and An Van linden (eds.), pp. 198–2252019.
This paper discusses several conventional perspective operators at the lexical, grammatical, and narrative levels. When combined with each other and with particular contexts, these operators can amount to unexpected viewpoints arrangements. Traditional conceptualisations in terms of viewpoint… read more | Article
50 years of dichotomies: Misunderstandings and the relevance of lexical semantics. Linguistics in the Netherlands 2019, Berns, Janine and Elena Tribushinina (eds.), pp. 60–662019.
Beyond triadic communication: A three-dimensional conceptual space for modelling intersubjectivity. Pragmatics & Cognition 25:2, pp. 384–4162018.
Coordinating different viewpoints is an essential part of human interaction. Languages have evolved conventional ways of supporting this process: many linguistic items are somehow involved in viewpoint management, ranging from morphological elements and lexical units to grammatical constructions… read more | Article
The conception of constructions as complex signs: Emergence of structure and reduction to usage. Constructions and Frames 1:1, pp. 119–1522009.
Generally, construction based approaches to grammar consider constructions to be pairings of form and meaning and thus as a kind of signs, not essentially distinct from words and other lexical items. Granting this commonality, Langacker (2005) criticizes other varieties of constructional approaches… read more | Article
13. Intersubjectivity in the architecture of language system. The Shared Mind: Perspectives on intersubjectivity, Zlatev, Jordan, Timothy P. Racine, Chris Sinha and Esa Itkonen (eds.), pp. 307–3312008.
Certain lexical and grammatical units encode aspects of intersubjective coordination. On the basis of discourse connectives, and especially of negation and complementation, linguistic communication is argued to be inherently ‘argumentative’, a matter of influencing other people’s attitudes and… read more | Article
English constructions from a Dutch perspective: where are the differences?. Structural-Functional Studies in English Grammar: In honour of Lachlan Mackenzie, Hannay, Mike and Gerard J. Steen (eds.), pp. 257–2742007.
In construction grammar, specific constructions are daughters of more general patterns, the former inheriting properties of the latter, besides providing specifications of their own. Therefore, differences and similarities between languages may differentially involve lower and higher levels of… read more | Article
7. Grammar and language production: Where do function words come from?. Cognitive Linguistics Investigations: Across languages, fields and philosophical boundaries, Luchjenbroers, June (ed.), pp. 139–1682006.
Subordination and discourse segmentation revisited, or: Why matrix clauses may be more dependent than complements. Text Representation: Linguistic and psycholinguistic aspects, Sanders, Ted J.M., Joost Schilperoord and Wilbert Spooren (eds.), pp. 337 ff.2001.