Latin Linguistics and Linguistic Theory

Proceedings of the 1st International Colloquium on Latin Linguistics, Amsterdam, April 1981

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The articles of this collection on Latin linguistics are representative of the kind of research that is currently carried out in the field of linguistics. Most deal with syntax or sentence structure, but they vary with respect to their emphasis on theory or description. They also vary with respect to the grammatical framework with which they are formulated, with some preponderance of transformational generative approaches. All papers are well-informed about the major developments in contemporary linguistics and make extensive use of recent methods and types of argumentation. In the introduction the volume editor briefly reviews the present state of Latin linguistics, starting with a section on the question whether it is possible to conduct up-to-date linguistic research for Latin at all. To be followed by a brief sketch of the impact of recent linguistic theories on Latin linguistics in general, and in a final third section an outline is presented of the possible interest the contributions to this volume may have for linguists working on languages other than Latin
[Studies in Language Companion Series, 12]  1983.  xviii, 307 pp.
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Table of Contents
Preface
v
Introduction
Harm Pinkster
ix
I. Method
Kompetenz in der lateinischen Syntax
Raimund Pfister
3
II. Sentence Structure
Speech perception and grammatical rules in Latin
Philip Baldi
11
Anaphoric Relations, Pronouns and Latin Complementation
Alessandra Bertocchi and Claudia Casadio
27
The development of Latin (Cases and Infinitive)
Gualtiero Calboli
41
Le système des cas latins: aperçu d'une théorie morpho-sémantique
Paulo de Carvalho
59
The structure of Latin complex sentences
Robert Coleman
73
Organisation syntaxique des compléments de lieu et temps en Latin archaïque
Huguette Fugier
95
L'importance du verbe dans la phrase latine
Charles Guiraud
117
Interrogation, interrogation rhétorique et exclamation en Latin
F. Hoff
123
Word Order within Latin Noun Phrases
Jan R. de Jong
131
Latin preverbs and cases
Christian Lehmann
145
New Approaches to Accusative Subjects: Case Theory vs: Raising
Mirka Maraldi
167
Les relatives en Latin: “Raising” ou “Matching”?
J.P. Maurel
177
Praedicativum (quantifying adjectives and adjectives denoting physical or mental state)
Harm Pinkster
199
III. Text Structure
Conversation openings in the comedies of Plautus
Maria E. Hoffmann
217
IV. Semantics
Une analyse sémantique et pragmatique des pronoms indéfinis en Latin
Anna Orlandini
229
V. Morphology/Phonology
Latin Degemination: an Autosegmental Approach
O.S. Pillinger
243
Analyse d'un système verbal (les morphèmes grammaticaux du verbe latin)
Christian Touratier
261
VI. Latin Linguistics and Language Learning
Zur Verwendung von dependenzgrammatischen Elementen im Lateinunterricht des Gymnasiums
Ernst Heilig
287
Latin at Michigan 1951-1981
G.M. Seligson
295
Indexes
Author Index
301
Subject Index
305
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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