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Praguiana, 1945-1990 [electronic resource] / edited by Philip A. Luelsdorff, Jarmila Panevov�a, Petr Sgall.

Contributor(s): Luelsdorff, Philip | Panevov�a, Jarmila | Sgall, Petr, 1926-.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Linguistic & literary studies in Eastern Europe: v. 40.Publisher: Amsterdam ; Philadelphia : J. Benjamins Pub. Co., c1994Description: 1 online resource (ix, 250 p.) : ill.ISBN: 9789027276643 (electronic bk.); 9027276641 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Structural linguistics | Pra�zsk�y linguistick�y krou�zek | Praagse school | Taalwetenschap | Pra�zsk�y linguistick�y krou�zek | Linguistique structurale | Prager Schule | Aufsatzsammlung | LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Grammar & Punctuation | LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / SyntaxGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Praguiana, 1945-1990.DDC classification: 415 Other classification: 17.51 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Preface / Philip A. Luelsdorff -- Sentence Patterns and Verb Classes / Eugen Pauliny -- On the So-Called Semantic and Grammatical Structure of the Sentence / Milos Dokulil and Frantisek Danes -- Subject and Predicate / Pavel Trost -- On Case Theory / Vladimir Skalicka -- Some Thoughts on the Semantic Structure of the Sentence / Frantisek Danes -- Valency and Intention / Jozef Ruzicka -- The Sentence as a Text Unit / Frantisek Miko -- On Morphological Oppositions / Milos Dokulil -- Hierarchy and Overlap of Language Levels / Oldrich Leska -- Notes on the So-Called Transposition / Oldrich Leska -- On Analogy and Anomaly / Vladimir Skalicka -- Some Remarks on Revaluations of Redundant Graphemes / Josef Vachek -- The Invariant Meaning of Derived Words / Jan Horecky -- Comparison of the Vocabularies of Related and Unrelated Languages / Vincent Blanar -- Code Switching without Bilingualism in Czech / Petr Sgall -- Contrastive Comparison and Other Types of Polylingual Description / Vladimir Barnet.
On the Contrastive Study of Cognate Languages / Vilma Barnetova and Vladimir Barnet.
Summary: The aim of this volume is to witness how the activities of the Prague School have continued to bring important new insights and discussions between the 1940s and the present time. Contributions are included which have escaped attention on an international scale because they were published in Czech; several papers have been written especially for this volume. The contributions cover various domains: syntax, morphology, sociolinguistics, graphemics, the language system, the lexicon, and contrastive linguistics.
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Preface / Philip A. Luelsdorff -- Sentence Patterns and Verb Classes / Eugen Pauliny -- On the So-Called Semantic and Grammatical Structure of the Sentence / Milos Dokulil and Frantisek Danes -- Subject and Predicate / Pavel Trost -- On Case Theory / Vladimir Skalicka -- Some Thoughts on the Semantic Structure of the Sentence / Frantisek Danes -- Valency and Intention / Jozef Ruzicka -- The Sentence as a Text Unit / Frantisek Miko -- On Morphological Oppositions / Milos Dokulil -- Hierarchy and Overlap of Language Levels / Oldrich Leska -- Notes on the So-Called Transposition / Oldrich Leska -- On Analogy and Anomaly / Vladimir Skalicka -- Some Remarks on Revaluations of Redundant Graphemes / Josef Vachek -- The Invariant Meaning of Derived Words / Jan Horecky -- Comparison of the Vocabularies of Related and Unrelated Languages / Vincent Blanar -- Code Switching without Bilingualism in Czech / Petr Sgall -- Contrastive Comparison and Other Types of Polylingual Description / Vladimir Barnet.

On the Contrastive Study of Cognate Languages / Vilma Barnetova and Vladimir Barnet.

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The aim of this volume is to witness how the activities of the Prague School have continued to bring important new insights and discussions between the 1940s and the present time. Contributions are included which have escaped attention on an international scale because they were published in Czech; several papers have been written especially for this volume. The contributions cover various domains: syntax, morphology, sociolinguistics, graphemics, the language system, the lexicon, and contrastive linguistics.

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