The NP-strategy for Expressing Reciprocity

Typology, history, syntax and semantics

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This book provides a comprehensive treatment of the syntax and semantics of a single linguistic phenomenon – the NP-strategy for expressing reciprocity – in synchronic, diachronic, and typological perspectives. It challenges the assumption common in the typological, syntactic, and semantic literature, namely that so-called reciprocal constructions encode symmetric relations. Instead, they are analyzed as constructions encoding unspecified relations. In effect, it provides a new proposal for the truth-conditional semantics of these constructions. More broadly, this book introduces new ways of bringing together historical linguistics and formal semantics, demonstrating how, on the one hand, the inclusion of historical data concerning the sources of reciprocal constructions enriches their synchronic analysis; and how, on the other hand, an analysis of the syntax and the semantics of these constructions serves as a key for understanding their historical origins.
[Typological Studies in Language, 127]  2020.  xv, 291 pp.
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Table of Contents
Symbols and abbreviations
xi
Acknowledgments
xiii–xv
Introduction
Part 1
33–92
Chapter 1. The types of constructions and their origin
33–59
Chapter 2. The diachronic development from a two-unit to a one-unit construction
61–92
Part 2
95–195
Chapter 3. Relics as a syntactic category: Modern Hebrew and Italian constructions as frozen formulae
95–111
Chapter 4. Heterogeneity: Languages with more than one NP-Strategy construction
113–149
Chapter 5. Changing meaning of the NP-strategy constructions
151–182
Chapter 6. A comparative linguistics study of NP-strategy constructions
183–195
Part 3
199–263
Chapter 7. The basic meaning of the NP-strategy for expressing reciprocity
199–238
Chapter 8. Specifying the meaning of the NP-strategy through context
239–263
References
265–283
Language index
285–287
Subject index
289–291
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CFK – Grammar, syntax
BISAC Subject: LAN009060 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / Syntax
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  2019049894