9780415700986

Lexicology: Critical Concepts in Linguistics

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  • ISBN13:

    9780415700986

  • ISBN10:

    0415700981

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2007-09-19
  • Publisher: Routledge

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Summary

This new Routledge Major Work is a six-volume collection of nearly one hundred papers, articles, and extracts covering every aspect of lexicology. It ranges over philosophy of language, prototype theory, artificial intelligence, cognitive linguistics, systemic linguistics, structuralism (European and American), generative lexicon theory, meaning-text theory, natural semantic metalanguage theory, computational linguistics, corpus linguistics, and child language acquisition. Carefully edited extracts from writings on the lexicon by Aristotle, Wilkins, Leibniz, and Wittgenstein make the central observations of these great thinkers readily available to scholars and students. And major articles by lexical semantic field theorists (Trier, Porzig, Gipper, and Coseriu) are made available for the first time in English translation. A general introduction by Patrick Hanks, a leading scholar in the field, gives a comprehensive overview of the subject and its main issues.

Table of Contents

Volume 1: Philosophy and Word Meaning Part 1: Foundations Part 2: Beyond Necessary Conditions Part 3: Variability and Vagueness Volume 2: Lexical Semantics and Structures Part 4: Semantic Field Theory Part 5: Structuralist Semantics Part 6: Componential Analysis of Kinship Part 7: The Lexicon in Early Generative Grammar: Markerese Part 8: The Lexicon in Modern Generative Theory Volume 3: Core Meaning, Extended Meaning Part 9: Primes and Universals Part 10: Polysemy Part 11: Cross-Linguistic Comparative Lexicology Volume 4: Syntagmatics Part 12: Syntagmatics: The Firthian Tradition Part 13: Lexicon Grammar Part 14: Frame Semantics Part 15: Preferences, Meaning, and Context Volume 5: Cognition and the Lexicon Part 16: Child Language Acquisition Part 17: Prototypes and Stereotypes Part 18: The Mental Lexicon Volume 6: Formal Approaches to the Lexicon Part 19: Meaning: Text Theory Part 20: Statistics of Word Association Part 21: Lexical Resources for Computational Language Processing Part 22: Computational Representation of the Lexicon

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