The Semantics of Grammar

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“The semantics of grammar” presents a radically semantic approach to syntax and morphology. It offers a methodology which makes it possible to demonstrate, on an empirical basis, that syntax is neither “autonomous” nor “arbitrary”, but that it follows from “semantics”. It is shown that every grammatical construction encodes a certain semantic structure, which can be revealed and rigorously stated, so that the meanings encoded in grammar can be compared in a precise and illuminating way, within one language and across language boundaries. The author develops a semantic metalanguage based on lexical universals or near-universals (and, ultimately, on a system of universal semantic primitives), and shows that the same semantic metalanguage can be used for explicating lexical, grammatical and pragmatic aspects of language and thus offers a method for an integrated linguistic description based on semantic foundations. Analyzing data from a number of different languages (including English, Russian and Japanese) the author explores the notion of ethnosyntax and, via semantics, links syntax and morphology with culture. She attemps to demonstrate that the use of a semantic metalanguage based on lexical universals makes it possible to rephrase the Humboldt-Sapir-Whorf hypothesis in such a way that it can be tested and treated as a program for empirical research.
[Studies in Language Companion Series, 18]  1988.  x, 617 pp.
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Table of Contents
Introduction
1. Language and meaning
1
2. Grammatical semantics
3
3. ‘Autonomous syntax’: an illustration
4
4. The need for a semantic metalanguage
7
5. The need for an integrated linguistic description
8
6. The proposed semantic metalanguage
9
7. The idea of ‘ethno-grammar’
12
8. The philosophy of grammar
14
9. Universals of grammatical semantics
15
10. By their fruits shall ye know them
19
Part 1: The semantics of syntax
1. The semantics of English complementation in a cross-linguistic perspective
1. Introduction
23
2. TO and ‘wanting’
27
3. TO and opinion
45
4. ING and time
59
5. TO, ING and aspectuals
77
6. TO and emotion
98
7. FOR TO versus TO
111
8. THAT and knowledge
132
9. The subjunctive: a cross-linguistic perspective
140
10. Conclusion
161
Note
168
2. Ethno-syntax and the philosophy of grammar
1. Introduction
169
2. Bodily actions and events
171
3. The good/bad dichotomy
210
4. The unknown
223
5. Concluding remark
233
Notes
234
3. The semantics of causative constructions in a cross-linguistic perspective
1. Introduction
237
2. Japanese
238
3. English
240
4. Hindi
242
5. ‘Indirect causation’ in English and in French
244
6. Italian
246
7. ‘Indirect causation’ in Russian
248
8. Causation in grammar: towards a semantic typology of grammatical systems
249
4. The Japanese ‘adversative’ passive in a typological context (Are grammatical categories vague or multiply polysemous?)
1. Introduction
257
2. Main-verb passives
262
3. Some cross-linguistic comparisons
278
4. Conclusion
286
Summary of Japanese constructions
289
5. Why can you have a drink when you can't *have an eat?
1. Introduction
293
2. Periphrastic verbal construction with have defined
295
3. The over-all semantic invariant of the have a V construction
297
4. Subtypes of the have a V construction
303
5. Have a fall
336
6. Have a V versus take a V
337
7. Comparable constructions in other languages
341
8. Conclusion
343
Notes
350
Summary of contruction subtypes
352
6. The semantics of ‘internal dative’ in English
1. Introduction
359
2. Semantic constraints on the ‘internal dative’ construction
360
3. Semantic subtypes
364
4. Apparent exceptions
372
5. The semantic core
374
6. The semantic basis of transitivity
375
7. Three participants on the stage: but how many in the limelight?
375
8. A semantic common denominator
383
9. One semantic invariant or eight distinct subtypes?
385
Summary of English internal dative constructions
386
Part 2: The semantics of morphology
7. The meaning of a case: a study of the Polish dative
1. Introduction
391
2. Polish datives with external causes
393
3. Datives without external causes
415
4. Conclusion
426
Summary of Polish dative constructions
427
8. The semantics of case marking
1. Introduction
435
2. The Russian accusative case
437
3. The Russian ‘partitive’
438
4. The Russian genitive plural
440
5. The genitive marking of the accusative in Polish
447
6. The nominative plural in Polish
455
7. Conclusion
459
9. What's in a noun? (Or: how do nouns differ in meaning from adjectives?)
1. Introduction
463
2. Description versus categorization
466
3. The notion of ‘kind’
470
4. Semantic nouniness and syntactic nouniness
474
5. Core adjectival concepts
477
6. Where do nouns ‘come from’?
481
7. What are adjectives for?
483
8. Final illustration
488
9. Concluding remarks
491
Definitions
493
Notes
496
10. Oats and wheat: mass nouns, iconicity, and human categorization
1. Introduction
499
2. Preliminary discussion
501
3. The logic of names of fruits and vegetables in Russian
503
4. Water (names of homogeneous substances)
506
5. Chocolate and chocolates (solids with a double status)
509
6. Crockery (names of heterogeneous classes of objects)
510
7. Scissors (names of ‘dual objects’)
514
8. A grain of rice (substances with a minimal unit)
516
9. Hair, noodles and apples (‘singularia mostly’, ‘pluralia mostly’ and ‘edible objects’)
520
10. Oats (names of substances composed of particles and limited in quantity)
527
11. Guts and woods (names of body parts and places)
535
12. Leftovers (names of heterogenous groups of objects and/or ‘stuffs’)
539
13. Clothing versus clothes
542
14. Fruit versus vegetables
548
15. Conclusions
553
Summary of class meanings
555
Conclusion
561
Bibliography
563
Subject and name index
585
Index of lexical items
597
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