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Author Culioli, Antoine.

Title Cognition and Representation in Linguistic Theory [electronic resource].

Imprint Amsterdam/Philadelphia : John Benjamins Pub. Co., 1995.

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Description 1 online resource (173 pages)
Contents COGNITION AND REPRESENTATION IN LINGUISTIC THEORY; Editorial page; Title page; Copyright page; FOREWORD & ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; Table of contents; EDITOR'S INTRODUCTION; Enunciation; Culioli 's Enunciative Model in Brief; The 1983-1984 DEA (Doctoral) Seminar in Perspective; An English-speaking Presence; Methodology of the Translation; CHAPTER 1. DEFINING THE TERRITORY; EDITOR'S INTRODUCTION; EXCERPTS FROM THE 1983-1984 D.E.A. SEMINAR; 1. Language and Languages; 2. Observations and Theorization; 3. Representation; 4. Validation.; ON DEFINING THE TERRITORY FOLLOWING THE D. EA. SEMINAR.
CHAPTER 2. REPRESENTING NOTIONSEDITOR'S INTRODUCTION; EXCERPTS FROM THE 1983-1984 D.E.A. SEMINAR; [Three Types of Notions]; [Notions and Words]; [The Prototype]; ON NOTIONS AND THEIR REPRESENTATION FOLLOWING THE D. EA. SEMINAR; CHAPTER 3. NOTIONAL DOMAINS; EDITOR'S INTRODUCTION; EXCERPTS FROM THE D.E.A. SEMINAR; Notions and Occurrences; The Class of Occurrences and Individuation; The Organizing Centre; Identifying and Differentiating; [The gradient]; [Interior, Exterior, Boundary]; A Note on the Centre; Open / Closed, and Intension /Extension; The High Degree; Constructing the Notional Domain.
The Boundary RevisitedIntension and Extension; The Problem of the Boundary; Negation; [Positive, Negative and the Domain]; Pouvoirand Constructing the Notional Domain; [Trans-categorical Analyses and the Turn-back Point]; A Second Look at the Attracting Centre; ON NOTIONAL DOMAINS FOLLOWING THE D.E.A. SEMINAR; CHAPTER 4. UTTERING, ASSERTING AND INTERROGATIVES; EDITOR'S INTRODUCTION; Preassertive Constructs; From Lexis to Assertion; Uttering; Linearizing; The interrogative; EXCERPTS FROM THE D.E.A. SEMINAR; [Enunciator / Co-enunciator vs. Locutor / Interlocutor].
The Interrogative and the Notional DomainA Note on "heuristic approach"; [The Interrogative and the Notional Domain (2); Biased Questions; The Three Configurations; [Asserting]; Negative interrogative: Did he not come?; [The Negative interrogative and Configuration 2]; [The Negative interrogative and Configuration 3]; [From Equiponderance to Tags]; ON CONSTRUCTING ASSERTIONS FOLLOWING THE D. EA. SEMINAR; CHAPTER 5. MODALIZING; EDITOR'S INTRODUCTION; EXCERPTS FROM THE D.E.A. SEMINAR; Modality 1; Modality 4; [Linguistics and the Problem of Reference]; Modality 2; Modality 3.
Modality as a detached representation of realityFictitious locating and examples of the same; The Intersubjective Relationship (Modality 4); Being able to [pouvoir]: another look at the problem -- a modal viewpoint; [Linking the Detached Locator to the Plane of Assertion]; [Between Modality and Aspect]; ON MODALIZING FOLLOWING THE D.E.A. SEMINAR; CHAPTER 6. ASPECTS AND QUANTIFIABILIZATION; EDITOR'S INTRODUCTION; EXCERPTS FROM THE D.E.A. SEMINAR; Quantification Linked to the Type of Scanning; ON ASPECTS AND QUANTIFIABILIZATION FOLLOWING THE D. EA. SEMINAR.
Note Chapter 7. aspect, diathesis and quantifiabilization.
Summary The objective of this book is to better acquaint English-speaking linguistics with a corpus of texts hitherto untranslated, containing the cognitive-based research in formal linguistics of one of the most important theoreticians in the field: Antoine Culioli (b. 1924). Culioli's viewpoint is grounded in Emile Benveniste's (1902-1976) revolutionary answer to Saussure's opposition between competence (langue) and performance (parole) captured in the idea of énonciation, in which the relationship between an individual and a language is one of appropriation. The translation has been prepared to pro.
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Subject Psycholinguistics.
Knowledge representation (Information theory)
Cognitive grammar.
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Added Author Liddle, Michel.
Stonham, John T.
Other Form: Print version: Culioli, Antoine. Cognition and Representation in Linguistic Theory. Amsterdam/Philadelphia : John Benjamins Publishing Company, ©1995 9789027236159
ISBN 9789027276537 (electronic bk.)
9027276536 (electronic bk.)