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Bibliografická citace

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Oxford : Oxford University Press, [2010]
xix, 341 stran : ilustrace ; 25 cm

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ISBN 978-0-19-870031-9 (brožováno)
Oxford linguistics
Obsahuje bibliografii na stranách 288-327 a rejstříky
Popsáno dle dotisku vydaného v roce 2013
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Contents // List of Figures x // Preface xi // Introduction xiii // L Historical-philological Semantics i // 1.1. The birth of lexical semantics 2 // 1.1.1. Speculative etymology 2 // 1.1.2. The rhetorical tradition 5 // 1.1.3. Lexicography 7 // 1.2. The nature of meaning 9 // 1.2.1. Bréal on meaning and mind 10 // 1.2.2. Paul on context and usage 14 // 1.2.3. Variant voices 16 // 1.3. Classifications of semantic change 25 // 1.3.1. Main types of change 26 // 1.3.2. Lower-level patterns 31 // 1.3.3. Classificatory complexities 35 // 1.4. Beyond historical-philological semantics 42 // Further sources for Chapter 1 45 // 2. Structuralist Semantics 47 // 2.1. The structuralist conception of meaning 48 // 2.1.1. Arguing against historical-philological semantics 49 // 2.1.2. Types of structuralist semantics 52 // 2.2. Lexical field theory 53 // 2.2.1. Trier’s concept of lexical fields 53 // 2.2.2. Lexical fields and syntagmatic relations 57 // 2.2.3. Lexical fields and formal relations 60 // 2.2.4. The discreteness of lexical fields 65 // 2.3. Componential analysis 70 // 2.3.1. Componential analysis in American ethnosemantics 71 // 2.3.2. Componential analysis in European structuralist // semantics 74 // 2.4. Relational semantics 80 // 2.4.1. Major sense relations 82 // 2.4.2. Theoretical issues 88 // 2.5. Beyond structuralist semantics 91 // Further sources for Chapter 2 98 // Vlil // CONTENTS // 3. Generativist Semantics 101 // 3.1. Katzian semantics 102 // 3.1.1. Formal dictionary
entries 102 // 3.1.2. The emulation of structuralist semantics 104 // 3.2. Tensions in generativist semantics 106 // 3.2.1. Minimal or maximal semantics? 106 // 3.2.2. Decompositional or axiomatic semantics? 113 // 3.3. Beyond generativist semantics 117 // Further sources for Chapter 3 122 // 4. Neostructuralist Semantics 124 // 4.1. Elaborating the decompositional approach 126 // 4.1.1. Natural Semantic Metalanguage 127 // 4.1.2. Conceptual Semantics 137 // 4.1.3. Two-Level Semantics 142 // 4.1.4. Generative Lexicon 147 // 4.2. Elaborating the relational approach 156 // 4.2.1. WordNet 158 // 4.2.2. Lexical functions 161 // 4.2.3. Distributional corpus analysis 165 // Further sources for Chapter 4 179 // 5. Cognitive Semantics 182 // 5.1. Prototypicality and salience 183 // 5.1.1. Prototypicality effects 184 // 5.1.2. Radial networks and polysemy 192 // 5.1.3. Basic levels and onomasiologica! salience 199 // 5.2. Conceptual metaphor and metonymy 203 // 5.2.1. Conceptual Metaphor Theory 204 // 5.2.2. Mental spaces and blending 210 // 5.2.3. Conceptual metonymy 213 // 5.3. Idealized Cognitive Models and frames 222 // 5.3.1. Idealized Cognitive Models 224 // 5.3.2. Frame semantics and FrameNet 225 // 5.4. Usage and change 229 // 5.4.1. Invited inference and pragmatics 230 // 5.4.2. Mechanisms and regularities 233 // 5.5. Cognitive semantics in context 239 // 5.5.1. Meaning in the mind 240 // 5.5.2. Meaning in culture and society 249 // 5.5.3. Meaning in text and discourse 258
Further sources for Chapter 5 267 // CONTENTS // IX // Conclusion 273 // References 288 // Author Index 328 // Subject Index 335

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