Prague Linguistic Circle Papers

Travaux du cercle linguistique de Prague nouvelle série

Volume 1

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| Charles University, Prague
| Charles University, Prague
| Charles University, Prague
| Charles University, Prague
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This volume is the first one of the revived series of Travaux, which was the well-known international book series of the classical Prague Linguistic Circle, published in the years 1929-39. The tradition of the Circle still attracts attention in broad circles of European and American linguistics. The first volume of the new series is divided into five sections: 1. Introductory papers characterizing the development of the Prague School in the recent decades; 2. Methodological issues of structural and functional linguistics; 3. Sentence structure; 4. Discourse patterns; 5. Theory of literature. In accordance with the tradition, the volume contains contributions concerning issues of principle, empirical linguistic studies, and also papers from the theory of literature.
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Table of Contents
Foreword
Josef Vachek
v
Introduction
ix
I: Introductory Survey
Prague School teachings of the Classical Period and Beyond
Oldřich Leška †
3
Formal and computational Linguistics in Prague
Petr Sgall
23
II: Fundamental Issues
Menschlich Gleichartigkeit und inter- wie intrakulturelle Mannigfaltigkeit
Elmar Holenstein
39
Jakobson and Chomsky on Markedness
Edwin Battistella
55
Functional System and Evaluation
František Čermák
3
Structural Linguistics and Formal Semantics
Jaroslav Peregrin
85
III: Sentence Structure
A Contrastive View of Syntactic Ambiguities
Libuše Dušková
101
Surface and Underlying Word Order
Eva Hajičová
113
Structural Properties of Information Packaging in German and in Universal Grammar
Werner Abraham
125
Underlying Structures and Unification
Vladimír Petkevič
157
IV: Discourse Patterns
A Static View and a Dynamic View on Text and Discourse
Frantisek Danes
185
Discourse Modelling for Automatic Summerising
Karen Sparck Jones
201
V: Views on development
The Redudancy of Grammatical Agreement as a Development
Igor Němec
231
Convergent Evolution, Creolization and Referentiality
Zuzanna Topolińska
239
Die ersten stufen des Erwerbs der slowenischen Flexion: Eine Fallstudie
Wolfgang U. Dressler and Jasna Makovec-Černe
249
The Last of the Canterbury Tales: Artificial Intelligence in the Fith Millennium
Jacob L. Mey
261
VI: Theory of Literature
A Work as a “Thing” and as a Sign
Milan Jankovič
297
Symbol and the “Metaphysics of Presence”
Vladimír Svatoň
313
Winston S. Churchill’s Use of Alliteration
Jiří Nosek
323
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BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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