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- The Spanish state´s response to ethno-cultural diversity in Spain
- BTech ECE 2018 RP.pdf
- Directional adverbs and the encoding of path in Danish - a diachronic perspective Hovmark, Henrik
The Spanish state´s response to ethno-cultural diversity in Spain
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Directional adverbs and the encoding of path in Danish - a diachronic perspective. Download date: The Workshop Sessions abstracts appear under their respective Workshop Session. But we have little precise understanding of why and how this happens. We know even less about how formal approachesto the meanings of functional categories like tense, aspect, negation can be reconciled with the typologically robust findings of grammaticalization research. In this talk, I will deconstruct the notion of a grammaticalization path and illustrate using examples from the aspectual domain how a theory of semantic change, built on insights from formal semantics and pragmatics, can sharpen our understanding of the clusters of discrete but connected phenomena that such paths consist of. Should we, then, as Stolz 46 recommends, either strip the term of its unwelcome and much too suggestive connotations or abolish it for good?
BTech ECE 2018 RP.pdf
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Directional adverbs and the encoding of path in Danish - a diachronic perspective Hovmark, Henrik
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