Prepositions in their semantic syntactic

Prepositions in their semantic syntactic

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Contents

Introduction
CHAPTER 1.
Approaches to Preposition studies
Instability and the theory of semantic forms. Starting from the case of prepositions
Schematics and motifs in the semantics of prepositions
The theoretical status of prepositions. The case of the “prospective use” of in
Temporal semantics of prepositions in context
The semantic system of prepositions
CHAPTER 2.
Introduction to the syntactic, semantics and pragmatics prepositions

2.1. The class of prepositions
2.2. About the syntax of prepositions
2.3. Preposition distribution in English
CHAPTER 3.
Prepositional phrases as noun modifiers in contemporary Hebrew. syntactical, semantic and pragmatic motivations

3.1. The obligatory preposition
3.2. The obligatory preposition determined by the modifier
Conclusion
Bibliography


Bibliography

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2. Blutner, R, de Hoop H., and Hendriks P. (eds.) 2005. Optimal Communication. Stanford: CSLI Publications.23
3. Bowerman, M. and Choi, S. 2001. Shaping meanings for language: universal and languagespecific in the acquisition of spatial semantic categories. In Language acquisition and conceptual development, M. Bowerman and S.C. Levinson (eds.), 475-511. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
4. Carlson, L.A. and van der Zee E. (eds.) 2005. Functional Features in Language and Space: Insights from Perception, Categorization, and Development. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
5. Coventry, K.R. and Garrod, S. 2004. Saying, Seeing and Acting: The Psychological Semantics of Spatial Prepositions. Hove: Psychology Press.
6. Cuyckens, H. 1991. The semantics of spatial prepositions in Dutch: A cognitive-linguistic exercise. Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Anwerp.
7. Dewell, R.B. 1994. Over again: Image-schema transformations in semantic analysis. Cognitive Linguistics 5(4): 351–380.
8. Feist, M.I. 2000. On in and on: An investigation into the linguistic encoding of spatial scenes. PhD dissertation, Northwestern University.
9. Ganshina M. A. N. M. Vasilevskaya, English Grammar, English grammar, М. 964
10.Gärdenfors, P. 2000. Conceptual Spaces: The Geometry of Thought. Cambridge, Massachusetts: MIT Press.
11.Grimshaw, J. and Samek-Lodovici, V. (1998). Optimal subjects and subject universals. In Is the Best Good Enough? Optimality and Competition in Syntax, P. Barbosa, D. Fox, P.
12.Hagstrom, M. McGinnis, and D. Pesetsky (eds.), 193-219. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
13.Haspelmath, M. 2003. The geometry of grammatical meaning: Semantic maps and crosslinguistic comparison. In The new psychology of language, M. Tomasello (ed.), 211-242.Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.
14.Hendriks, P. and de Hoop, H.. 2001. Optimality Theoretic Semantics, Linguistics and Philosophy 24: 1-32.24
15.Herskovits, A. 1986. Language and Spatial Cognition: An Interdisciplinary Study of the Prepositions in English. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
16.Horn, L. 1984. Towards a new taxonomy of pragmatic inference: Q-based and R-based implicature’. In Meaning, Form, and Use in Context: Linguistic Applications, D. Schiffrin (ed.), 11-42, Washington; Georgetown University Press.
17.Ilyish, B, The structure of modern English, Leningrad, 1971
18.Jones, D.M. 2003. The generative psychology of kinship, part II: Generating variation from universal building blocks with Optimality Theory. Evolution and Human Behavior 24(5): 320-350.
19.Кобирна Н. А., Корнева Е. А и др, Грамматика англйского языка, Санкт-петербург, 2004
20.Lakoff, G. 1987. Women, Fire, and Dangerous Things. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
21.Levinson, S.C. 2000. H.P. Grice on location on Rossel Island. In Berkeley Linguistics Society 25, S.S. Chang, L. Liaw and J. Ruppenhofer (eds.), 210-224.
22.Levinson, S.C. and Meira, S. 2003.
- Contents Introduction CHAPTER 1. Approaches to Preposition studies Instability and the theory of semantic forms. Starting from the case of prepositions Schematics and motifs in the semantics of prepositions The theoretical status of prepositions. The case of the “prospective use” of in Temporal semantics of prepositions in context The semantic system of prepositions CHAPTER 2. Introduction to the syntactic, semantics and pragmatics prepositions 2.1. The class of prepositions 2.2. About the syntax of prepositions 2.3. Preposition distribution in English CHAPTER 3. Prepositional phrases as noun modifiers in contemporary Hebrew. syntactical, semantic and pragmatic motivations 3.1. The obligatory preposition 3.2. The obligatory preposition determined by the modifier Conclusion Bibliography Bibliography 1. Blutner, R. 2000. Some aspects of optimality in natural language interpretation. Journal of Semantics 17(3): 189-216. 2. Blutner, R, de Hoop H., and Hendriks P. (eds.) 2005. Optimal Communication. Stanford: CSLI Publications.23 3. Bowerman, M. and Choi, S. 2001. Shaping meanings for language: universal and languagespecific in the acquisition of spatial semantic categories. In Language acquisition and conceptual development, M. Bowerman and S.C. Levinson (eds.), 475-511. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 4. Carlson, L.A. and van der Zee E. (eds.) 2005. Functional Features in Language and Space: Insights from Perception, Categorization, and Development. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 5. Coventry, K.R. and Garrod, S. 2004. Saying, Seeing and Acting: The Psychological Semantics of Spatial Prepositions. Hove: Psychology Press. 6. Cuyckens, H. 1991. The semantics of spatial prepositions in Dutch: A cognitive-linguistic exercise. Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Anwerp. 7. Dewell, R.B. 1994. Over again: Image-schema transformations in semantic analysis. Cognitive Linguistics 5(4): 351–380. 8. Feist, M.I. 2000. On in and on: An investigation into the linguistic encoding of spatial scenes. PhD dissertation, Northwestern University. 9. Ganshina M. A. N. M. Vasilevskaya, English Grammar, English grammar, М. 964 10.Gärdenfors, P. 2000. Conceptual Spaces: The Geometry of Thought. Cambridge, Massachusetts: MIT Press. 11.Grimshaw, J. and Samek-Lodovici, V. (1998). Optimal subjects and subject universals. In Is the Best Good Enough? Optimality and Competition in Syntax, P. Barbosa, D. Fox, P. 12.Hagstrom, M. McGinnis, and D. Pesetsky (eds.), 193-219. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. 13.Haspelmath, M. 2003. The geometry of grammatical meaning: Semantic maps and crosslinguistic comparison. In The new psychology of language, M. Tomasello (ed.), 211-242.Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum. 14.Hendriks, P. and de Hoop, H.. 2001. Optimality Theoretic Semantics, Linguistics and Philosophy 24: 1-32.24 15.Herskovits, A. 1986. Language and Spatial Cognition: An Interdisciplinary Study of the Prepositions in English. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 16.Horn, L. 1984. Towards a new taxonomy of pragmatic inference: Q-based and R-based implicature’. In Meaning, Form, and Use in Context: Linguistic Applications, D. Schiffrin (ed.), 11-42, Washington; Georgetown University Press. 17.Ilyish, B, The structure of modern English, Leningrad, 1971 18.Jones, D.M. 2003. The generative psychology of kinship, part II: Generating variation from universal building blocks with Optimality Theory. Evolution and Human Behavior 24(5): 320-350. 19.Кобирна Н. А., Корнева Е. А и др, Грамматика англйского языка, Санкт-петербург, 2004 20.Lakoff, G. 1987. Women, Fire, and Dangerous Things. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. 21.Levinson, S.C. 2000. H.P. Grice on location on Rossel Island. In Berkeley Linguistics Society 25, S.S. Chang, L. Liaw and J. Ruppenhofer (eds.), 210-224. 22.Levinson, S.C. and Meira, S. 2003. - Prepositions in their semantic syntactic - Prepositions in their semantic syntactic - Prepositions in their semantic syntactic - Prepositions in their semantic syntactic - Prepositions in their semantic syntactic - Prepositions in their semantic syntactic - Prepositions in their semantic syntactic - Prepositions in their semantic syntactic - Prepositions in their semantic syntactic - Prepositions in their semantic syntactic - Prepositions in their semantic syntactic - Prepositions in their semantic syntactic - Prepositions in their semantic syntactic - Prepositions in their semantic syntactic - Prepositions in their semantic syntactic - Prepositions in their semantic syntactic - Prepositions in their semantic syntactic - Prepositions in their semantic syntactic - Prepositions in their semantic syntactic

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