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Bibliography of morphology, 1960

bibliography of morphology 19601985 beard robert szymanek bogdan

When I retired I had published, in various places, the only full theory of morphology, including a competence theory, with an integrated theory of inflectional and derivational morphology, and a performance theory. It proposes that the same universal categories, the category functions of traditional grammars, determine both inflectional and derivational relations Unitary Grammatical Function Hypothesis. Separation Theory separate derivation and phonological realization , included a full description of all the categories and processes of morphology and a realization theory covering all the possible forms of phonological realization. All Slavic languages possess both types and no language possesses any more than these two types of inflectional functional categories. I did author two books, The Indo-European: A Full Synchronic Theory and Lexeme-Morpheme Base Morphology.

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Bibliography of morphology, 1960

bibliography of morphology 19601985 beard robert szymanek bogdan

Recent work on grammatical categories define Gender as an Agreement class. However, early attempts at confirming the psychological reality of transformations came to naught and Chomsky retracted his position to one which allowed the opaque, homo-morphic relationship developed by Fodor, Bever and Garrett 1974. The results suggest that morphology arbitrates grammatical agreement processes and reduces the impact of variations in notional number. A context-sensitive, generative lexical rule model is presented in one example, which assumes the availability of semantic features and a lexical alpha feature. Noncanonical agreement occurred, but at rates lower than those observed in English and other languages without rich number morphology.

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bibliography of morphology 19601985 beard robert szymanek bogdan

Within this framework, the newly emerging theory of redundancy-rule lexicalism is examined and found to be particularly ineffectual in treating asymmetrical derivations. However, Berwick and Weinberg demonstrate that Bresnan's Lexical Function Grammar, which accounts for transformational relations in the lexicon, is superior by this test only assuming a cognitive mechanism capable of carrying out a single operation at a time. Moreover, derivation rules may be used to store the very kinds of unpredictable information for which redundancy rules were designed. Combined with the Separation Hypothesis, unitary grammatical functions can predict 1 which languages are more likely to exhibit polysemy and which, synonymy, and 2 which categories are more or less likely to be shared by a polysemous derivational affix. This suggests that they are related yet not related. I have now re-retired from that occupation to develop my personal website at www.

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Reading : Bibliography Of Morphology 19601985 Beard Robert Szymanek Bogdan

bibliography of morphology 19601985 beard robert szymanek bogdan

Therefore, all nouns in Slavic inherently possess noun class features associating it with a morphological declensional paradigm and those referring to objects with animal sexual organs also possess natural gender. Any other meaningful linguistic phenomenon is a Morpheme and hence must refer to a grammatical category; it cannot be used in reference to anything in the extralinguistic world. Even enriched with semantic extension schemes, purely sign-based frameworks make the wrong predictions. Interjections are clearly a way of expressing the attitude of the speaker when a sentence is spoken. Instead of the sign, grammars operate on two distinct and definitionally incompatible basic units, the lexeme, which is a linguistic sign, and the grammatical morpheme, which is not. When a lexical item turns into an interjection, that would simply be movement from competence to performance and vice versa when the opposite movement occurs. I will argue that there is not as much difference between these views as morphologists like to suppose.

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Robert E Beard

bibliography of morphology 19601985 beard robert szymanek bogdan

Digital Library Federation, December 2002. Interjections are different from other categories in that they have no meaning in the ordinary sense, but reflect the current attitude of the speaker toward what is said. Lieber's , and 'Item and Process' approaches e. We assessed whether and under what conditions noncanonical agreement patterns occur in Russian, with the goal of understanding the factors involved in normal agreement. It concentrates on asymmetrical word derivation as opposed to symmetrical and asemantic derivations. In Lexeme-Morpheme Base Morphology Beard 1995a I attempt to establish for the first time a complete catalog of universal morphological categories and define all the terms of morphology in a manner consistent with the terms of contemporary generative grammar.

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Robert Beard

bibliography of morphology 19601985 beard robert szymanek bogdan

Noncanonically plural predicates occurred more often after notionally plural subjects, suggesting notional number agreement, but the incidence was also lower than in languages with sparser agreement morphology. This paper briefly re-examines the major drawbacks of the transformationalist approach to word formation, and analyses those aspects of word formation which are most problematic: semantic-syntactic asymmetry, metaphoric usage, and restricted rule productivity. The Type Transparency Hypothesis Since its inception, the generative school of linguistic theory has struggled to establish an attitude toward the relation of its competence model of grammar to a psychological model of performance parser. Natural gender is a lexical category and its functions, masculine and feminine, are inherent features of the so-called 'animate' nouns and only of 'animate' nouns. Section 2 outlines such a model. I published about 50 articles in random journals, never quite reaching Linguistic Analysis I withdrew the major article on Separation Theory after being asked for a fourth revision. I hope to publish a complete description of Lexeme-Morpheme Base Morphology there, to be completed by the end of this summer.

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Bibliography of morphology, 1960

bibliography of morphology 19601985 beard robert szymanek bogdan

The existence of four properties of Gender at the grammatical level corresponding to only two at the semantic level, is possible only if the grammatical level is independent of the semantic. This allowed me to learn the lexica and morphology of 98 of the world's languages, selecting all the families and those subfamilies which differed significantly from each other. Sometimes these adjectives are morphologically distinct, sometimes not; compare icy road and icy hand. If consistent, overt specification of number and gender agreement features supports agreement processes in language production, agreement should be less vulnerable to number and gender attraction than in languages with sparse agreement morphology. Finally, arguments are presented against qualitative differences between sentential and lexemic rules: if lexical rules are properly formulated, the distinction between derivation and redundancy becomes moot. I define this operation and give several examples of its application. Beard's are compared with respect to this computational model.

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Robert Beard

bibliography of morphology 19601985 beard robert szymanek bogdan

This article explores the nature of morphological categories by examining two of the most ubiquitous denominal adjective types, the possessional bearded and similitudinal friendly adjectives. Grammars must contain autonomous lexical and morphological components in order to have sufficient power to explain the independence of the sets of conditions on lexical, syntactic and morphological rules. Responsibility: compiled by Robert Beard and Bogdan Szymanek. In order to understand fully the semantic effect of transposition on the base, it is necessary to clarify the distinction between the morphological and semantic categories involved and to demonstrate the impossibility of reducing either set of categories to the other. This is a state-of-the-art review of word formative morphology. Amsterdam ; Philadelphia : J. Inflection must be syntactic because neither the categories of declension nor those of natural gender, which are realized on adjectives and verbs, are categories of adjectives and verbs and for all the reasons laid out in Anderson 1982, 1992, and Aronoff 1994.

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Robert Beard

bibliography of morphology 19601985 beard robert szymanek bogdan

Digital master created according to Benchmark for Faithful Digital Reproductions of Monographs and Serials, Version 1. This question is only part of the much larger issue of derivational polysemy: why do certain categories, e. Agentive and Action nominalization , do not. More recently Bresnan 1978 and Berwick and Weinberg {1983, 1984 have developed an argument for using the performance model as a tool for the evaluation of the adequacy of theories of grammar, claiming that the more transparent the relation of grammar to parser, the more adequate the model. Much of what i present is based on the large literature on finite-state approaches to morphology, but it is more coherent in that I propose that all morphological operations can be modeled using a single regular operation: composition.

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Reading : Bibliography Of Morphology 19601985 Beard Robert Szymanek Bogdan

bibliography of morphology 19601985 beard robert szymanek bogdan

This article shows how both adjectives may be derived simultaneously by both means. In this paper I will assume the definitions of these terms recently established in Beard 1995a, 1995b to show that Russian has four productive declensions. I assume with Halle 1990 that natural gender and grammatical gender are distinct universal grammatical categories. Close examination of the Slavic languages, however, reveals that Natural Gender, Agreement, and Declension Class all must be maintained and distinguished. A system of derivational typology is developed, which departs from Kurylowicz's distinction of syntactical and lexical derivations, but continues in distinguishing among the latter, those which display sound-meaning symmetry from those which are asymmetrical. An adequate description of Natural Gender also predicts the four different proper ties of Gender in Slavic languages: strictly Feminine sestra and Masculine brat nouns, which are not subject to derivation, e.

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