Iconicity in Syntax

Proceedings of a symposium on iconicity in syntax, Stanford, June 24–26, 1983

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The papers in this volume all explore one kind of functional explanation for various aspects of linguistic form – iconicity: linguistic forms are frequently the way they are because they resemble the conceptual structures they are used to convey, or, linguistic structures resemble each other because the different conceptual domains they represent are thought of in the same way. The papers in Part I of this volume deal with aspects of motivation, the ways in which the linguistic form is a diagram of conceptual structure, and homologous with it in interesting ways. Most of the papers in Part II focus on isomorphism, the tendency to associate a single invariant meaning with each single invariant form. The papers in Part III deal with the apparent arbitrariness that arises from competing motivations.
[Typological Studies in Language, 6]  1985.  vi, 402 pp.
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Table of Contents
Introduction
John Haiman
1
Part I: Motivation
Diagrammatic iconicity in stem-inflection relations
Joan L. Bybee
11
Temporal sequence and Chinese word order
James H.-Y. Tai
49
Symmetry
John Haiman
73
The inherent iconism of intonation
Dwight Bolinger
97
Observations and speculations on subjectivity
Ronald W. Langacker
109
The iconicity of the universal categories “noun” and “verb”
Paul J. Hopper and Sandra A. Thompson
151
Part II: Isomorphism and automorphism
Iconicity, isomorphism, and non-arbitrary coding in syntax
T. Givón
187
The Child as a linguistic icon-maker
Dan I. Slobin
221
Iconicity and grammatical meaning
Robert S. Kirsner
249
some iconic relationships among place, time, and discourse deixis
Joseph H. Greenberg
271
Conditional markers
Elizabeth Closs Traugott
289
Part III: Competing motivations
“oats” and “wheat”: the fallacy of arbitrariness
Anna Wierzbicka
311
Competing motivations
John W. Du Bois
343
The analysis-synthesis-lexis cycle in Tibeto-Bruman: a case study in motivated change
Scott DeLancey
367
Index of Languages
391
Index of Names
395
Index of Topics
401
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BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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