CHAPTER 4 THE SYNTAX OF CONCEPTUAL STRUCTURE
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CHAPTER 4 THE SYNTAX OF CONCEPTUAL STRUCTURE by R. JACKENDOFF

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Syntax and semantics have been converging both in how they relate to one another (e.g. Chomsky’s Projection Principle) and in how some of their formal properties are represented (e.g. Jackendoff ’s generative approach to conceptual representation). This throws a different light on how syntax and semantics by: 4. Conceptual Structure Argument Structure External Argument Thematic Role Syntactic Position These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves. Methodologies of Working from an Existing Element Set Testing the Element Set Value Spaces and Value Vocabularies Value Spaces that Should Follow Standardized Syntax Encoding Rules Value Spaces that Require Standardized Vocabulary Encoding Schemes Value Spaces that Should Have Pre-defined Lists of Terms 4 X' theory: Functional categories In this chapter, we extend the three-level X' schema from the lexical categories to the functional categories I(nflection), C(omplementizer), D(eterminer), and Q(uantifier). As we will see, this has considerable consequences for how we view the structure of noun phrases. Inflection.

A syntactic rule that applies to an underlying phrase structure tree of a sentence (either d-structure or an intermediate structure already affected by a transformation) and derives a new structure by moving, deleting or inserting elements: e.g., the transformational rules of wh- movement and do insertion relate the deep structure sentence John. : Theory of Projection in Syntax (Japanese Linguistics) (): Naoki Fukui: BooksCited by: : Phrase Structure and Argument Structure: A Case Study of the Syntax-Semantics Interface (Oxford Studies in Theoretical Linguistics) (): Lohndal, Terje: BooksCited by: This chapter is concerned with outlining the nature of conceptual structure as assumed by LCCM Theory. It also addresses the way in which language interfaces with the conceptual system in service of situated meaning construction. It argues that a fundamental design feature of human cognition is that linguistic representations provide an indexing and control function with respect to the.

Chapter 4 Conceptual Framework 60 of discounts, free commodities, refunds, coupons, and so forth) by the organization in response to the inequity caused by a service failure. Researchers [] have shown that compensation is a strategy for restoring equity to an exchange relationship when one party has been harmed by the Size: 61KB. Simpler Syntax Hypothesis (SSH) states that syntactic structure should constitute the necessary minimum for mapping between phonological and semantic structure. Syntactic structure has always been seen as the basis for semantic interpretation. However, at several points in the history of MGG, this position has mutated into the stronger position that there is a covert syntactic structure that. The design feature prevarication. The ability of language users to prevaricate - to speak falsely or to make statements that violate convention (speaking nonsense, writing poetry, developing testable hypotheses, etc) is a major consequence of open symbolic systems. Linguistic messages can be false, meaningless, lies, and grammatically correct. Reviewed by Daniel W. Hieber, Rosetta Stone. The newest edition of George Yule’s widely-used textbook remains an excellent introduction to linguistics. In contrast to the data-driven, hands-on approach of such texts as Language files (Columbus, OH: Ohio State University Press, ), this book focuses on the conceptual. Chapters are typically organized around important terminology, so that.