Papers On Language Theory And History : Volume I: Creation And Tradition In Language.

By: Maher, J. PeterContributor(s): Anttila, RaimoSeries: Current Issues in Linguistic TheoryPublisher: Amsterdam : John Benjamins Publishing Company, 1977Copyright date: ©1977Description: 1 online resource (191 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9789027281500Subject(s): LinguisticsGenre/Form: Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Papers On Language Theory And History : Volume I: Creation And Tradition In LanguageLOC classification: P27.M34 1977Online resources: Click to View
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LANGUAGE THEORY AND HISTORY I -- Editorial page -- Title page -- Copyright page -- ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS -- Table of contents -- PREFACE -- FOREWORD -- THE PARADOX OF CREATION AND TRADITION IN GRAMMAR -- NOTES -- REFERENCES -- POSTSCRIPT -- Italian mostaccio -- References : -- POSTSCRIPT -- ETYMOLOGY AND GENERATIVE PHONOLOGY IN TRADITIONAL LEXICON: A Study of Latin aqua 'water/ aquila 'eagle/ aquilus 'dark/ and aquilo 'northwind/ -- 1.0 THE ARGUMENT: GENERATIVE PHONOLOGY OR ETYMOLOGY? -- 1.1 A CASE STUDY -- 2.0 PHILOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF THE PROBLEM -- 2.1 THE PHILOGICAL BACKGROUND -- 2.2 ARCHEOLOGICAL CORRELATES -- 3.0. THE ETYMOLOGY: THEORY AND METHOD -- 3.1. CONTEXTS. -- 3.1.1. Context of Natural Ecology -- 3.1.2 Context of Material Culture -- 3.1.3. Context of Social Structure. -- 3.1.4. Context of "Which Language? -- 3.1.5. Context of "Which Component?" of the Grammar. -- 3.1.6. Context of Situation -- 3.1.7. Firthian Contexts -- 3.1.8. Context of Chronological State -- 3.2 ANCIENT VIEW: ANACHRONISM AND DIFFUSION -- 3.2.1 Anachronism -- 3.2.2 Diffusion -- 3.3 THE SOLUTION: TEXTS, OR PERFORMANCE, AND CONTEXTS -- EPILOGUE:COLLOCATION AND SYNONYMY -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- REFERENCES CONSULTED -- THE LINGUISTIC PALEONTOLOGY OF SOMEPRE-CHRISTIAN BURIAL TERMSIN SLAVIC LEXICON -- REFERENCES -- HaEЌMON: '(STONE) AXE' AND 'SKY' IN I-E/BATTLE-AXE CULTURE -- 1. The current standard theory: 'der steinerne Himmel' -- 2. Other views of the sky besides 'stone heaven' -- 3. A new etymology: *Haekmon 'sharp-thing - ([stone] axe (=thunder [= 'dark' sky]))' -- 3.1. Archeology: -- 3.2. Ethnography -- 3.3. Linguistics -- 3.3.1: PIE. -- 3.3.2. *Haek'mon replaced in Latin by a synonym. -- 3.3.3.0. Baltic and Slavic -- 3.3.3.1. Baltic. -- 3.3.3.2. Slavic -- 4. The Battle-Axe Cult beyond the IE frontiers. -- REFERENCES -- THE ETHNONYM OF THE SLAVS -COMMON SLAVIC SLOVENE.
2.0 A new etymology. -- 2.1 Horizon 1: The Greek-Slavic contact. -- 2.2 Horizon 2: Slavic-internal place of *slovene. -- 2.2.1 *Slovĕne a derivative of slava? -- 2.2.2. Is slovene derived from a toponym? -- REFERENCES -- POSTSCRIPT -- PHONETIC LAW AND SUPPLETION IN THE HISTORY OF THE PARADIGM OF THE SLAVIC ETHNICA IN -JANE -- An Alternative to Meillet's Explanation -- CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- Neglected Reflexesof Proto-Indo-European *pet- « fly »:Greek pétros « stone »/pétra « cliff » -- with notes onthe role of syntax (IC structure) in polysemyand semantic change, and the situationalmotivation of syntax -- I. Pétros. -- II. Pétra « cliff ». -- REFERENCES -- THE SITUATIONAL MOTIVATION OF SYNTAX ANDTHE SYNTACTIC MOTIVATION OF POLYSEMY ANDSEMANTIC CHANGE: SPANISH-ITALIAN BRAVO ETC. -- REFERENCES -- PUBLICATIONSBY J, PETER MAHER1966-1976 -- INDEX OF NAMES -- INDEXOF SUBJECTS AND TERMS.
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LANGUAGE THEORY AND HISTORY I -- Editorial page -- Title page -- Copyright page -- ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS -- Table of contents -- PREFACE -- FOREWORD -- THE PARADOX OF CREATION AND TRADITION IN GRAMMAR -- NOTES -- REFERENCES -- POSTSCRIPT -- Italian mostaccio -- References : -- POSTSCRIPT -- ETYMOLOGY AND GENERATIVE PHONOLOGY IN TRADITIONAL LEXICON: A Study of Latin aqua 'water/ aquila 'eagle/ aquilus 'dark/ and aquilo 'northwind/ -- 1.0 THE ARGUMENT: GENERATIVE PHONOLOGY OR ETYMOLOGY? -- 1.1 A CASE STUDY -- 2.0 PHILOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF THE PROBLEM -- 2.1 THE PHILOGICAL BACKGROUND -- 2.2 ARCHEOLOGICAL CORRELATES -- 3.0. THE ETYMOLOGY: THEORY AND METHOD -- 3.1. CONTEXTS. -- 3.1.1. Context of Natural Ecology -- 3.1.2 Context of Material Culture -- 3.1.3. Context of Social Structure. -- 3.1.4. Context of "Which Language? -- 3.1.5. Context of "Which Component?" of the Grammar. -- 3.1.6. Context of Situation -- 3.1.7. Firthian Contexts -- 3.1.8. Context of Chronological State -- 3.2 ANCIENT VIEW: ANACHRONISM AND DIFFUSION -- 3.2.1 Anachronism -- 3.2.2 Diffusion -- 3.3 THE SOLUTION: TEXTS, OR PERFORMANCE, AND CONTEXTS -- EPILOGUE:COLLOCATION AND SYNONYMY -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- REFERENCES CONSULTED -- THE LINGUISTIC PALEONTOLOGY OF SOMEPRE-CHRISTIAN BURIAL TERMSIN SLAVIC LEXICON -- REFERENCES -- HaEЌMON: '(STONE) AXE' AND 'SKY' IN I-E/BATTLE-AXE CULTURE -- 1. The current standard theory: 'der steinerne Himmel' -- 2. Other views of the sky besides 'stone heaven' -- 3. A new etymology: *Haekmon 'sharp-thing - ([stone] axe (=thunder [= 'dark' sky]))' -- 3.1. Archeology: -- 3.2. Ethnography -- 3.3. Linguistics -- 3.3.1: PIE. -- 3.3.2. *Haek'mon replaced in Latin by a synonym. -- 3.3.3.0. Baltic and Slavic -- 3.3.3.1. Baltic. -- 3.3.3.2. Slavic -- 4. The Battle-Axe Cult beyond the IE frontiers. -- REFERENCES -- THE ETHNONYM OF THE SLAVS -COMMON SLAVIC SLOVENE.

2.0 A new etymology. -- 2.1 Horizon 1: The Greek-Slavic contact. -- 2.2 Horizon 2: Slavic-internal place of *slovene. -- 2.2.1 *Slovĕne a derivative of slava? -- 2.2.2. Is slovene derived from a toponym? -- REFERENCES -- POSTSCRIPT -- PHONETIC LAW AND SUPPLETION IN THE HISTORY OF THE PARADIGM OF THE SLAVIC ETHNICA IN -JANE -- An Alternative to Meillet's Explanation -- CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- Neglected Reflexesof Proto-Indo-European *pet- « fly »:Greek pétros « stone »/pétra « cliff » -- with notes onthe role of syntax (IC structure) in polysemyand semantic change, and the situationalmotivation of syntax -- I. Pétros. -- II. Pétra « cliff ». -- REFERENCES -- THE SITUATIONAL MOTIVATION OF SYNTAX ANDTHE SYNTACTIC MOTIVATION OF POLYSEMY ANDSEMANTIC CHANGE: SPANISH-ITALIAN BRAVO ETC. -- REFERENCES -- PUBLICATIONSBY J, PETER MAHER1966-1976 -- INDEX OF NAMES -- INDEXOF SUBJECTS AND TERMS.

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