Essays on Nominal Determination

From morphology to discourse management

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| Copenhagen Business School
| Copenhagen Business School
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This volume brings together scholars of diverse theoretical persuasions who all share an interest in capturing the role that nominal determination and reference assignment play in the complicated interplay between thought, language and communication. The articles can be divided roughly into five main areas of concern: the conceptual level of determination; the emergence and function of articles; their semantic contribution to nominal interpretation; the morphology and syntax of determiners; and the interplay and contrasts between articles, demonstratives and possessives. Thus, linguistic and philosophical issues in the subject field of nominal determination are addressed at all interface levels between morphology, syntax, semantics and pragmatics. This volume shows that different theoretical frameworks may be brought fruitfully together in the effort to formulate new analyses of well-known problems, but also to raise new questions and point to new areas which may prove interesting topics for future research both in functional and formal paradigms.
[Studies in Language Companion Series, 99]  2008.  xviii, 369 pp.
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“This book is satisfying in that it offers a focused treatment of the very basic and important linguistic feature of nominal determination, which encompasses definite and indefinite articles, possessives, demonstratives, quantifiers,numerals, adjectives, nouns and their phrasal projections, and discourse management, as pointed out in the introduction...if you are interested in topics like definite and indefinite articles,generic plurals, and linguistic number, you are bound to find something in this volume that rewards you for whatever time you invest in it.”
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BIC Subject: CFK – Grammar, syntax
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  2007052230 | Marc record