Published January 15, 2005
by Center for the Study of Language and Inf .
Written in English
|Contributions||Farrell Ackerman (Editor), Jim Blevins (Editor), Gregory T. Stump (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||304|
: Paradigms and Periphrasis (Stanford Studies in Morphology and the Lexicon) (): Farrell Ackerman, Jim Blevins, Gregory T. Stump: Books. NEW YORK TIMES BEST SELLER INSTANT NATIONAL BEST SELLER!! Debuted at No. 5 on the New York Times Best Seller list, as well as at No. 5 on Wall Street Journal and No. 6 on the Publisher’s Weekly lists. â Over K copies sold Over 1, 5* Star Reviews FROM THE NEW YORK TIMES BEST SELLING AUTHOR OF THE HARBINGER, THE MYSTERY OF THE SHEMITAH, THE BOOK /5(57). Periphrasis is the phenomenon, well attested in the languages of the world, where a grammatical meaning which we expect to be expressed within a word actually has a syntactic expression. 2 Periphrasis and mixed paradigms: the Latin perfect passive A lexicalist analysis T o better assess the relative merits of the three approaches to morphology and to periphrasis inAuthor: Paul Kiparsky.
Periphrasis straddles the border between two major linguistic components, morphology and syntax. It describes a situation where a grammatical meaning, such as a tense, which could be expected to be expressed morphologically within a word, is instead expressed by a syntactic phrase. Inclusion of syntactic phrases in morphological paradigms creates analytical and . Morphology, Paradigms, and Periphrases is concerned with the role of the lexicon, in particular its inflectional morphology, in mediating between syntax and phonology. It examines the expressive role of inflection and the notion of grammatical periphrasis and what these reveal about the substantive differences between verbs and nouns. Rate this book. Clear rating. 1 of 5 stars 2 of 5 stars 3 of 5 stars 4 of 5 stars 5 of 5 stars. Cosmos and Psyche: Intimations of a New World View (Paperback) by. Richard Tarnas (shelved 1 time as paradigm-shift) avg rating — ratings — published Want to Read saving. Periphrasis originates from the Greek word periphrazein, which means “talking around.” It is a stylistic device that can be defined as the use of excessive and longer words to convey a meaning which could have been conveyed with a shorter expression, or in a few words. It is an indirect or roundabout way of writing about something.
Börjars, Kersti, Nigel Vincent, and Carol Chapman (). Paradigms, periphrases, and pronominal inflection: a feature-based account. Yearbook of Cited by: The one book to rule them all in this case is "Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs", fondly known as SICP (Welcome to the SICP Web Site) It gives you a great understanding of the functional programming paradigm, and also, gives you. Periphrasis straddles the border between two major linguistic components, morphology and syntax. It describes a situation where a grammatical meaning, such as a tense, which could be expected to be expressed morphologically within a word, . The concept of this book is super simple: Different people can see different paradigms, so respect, listen, and have trust. However, given the book was published in , the concept is so widespread now, as the result, the book is kinda useless, although I was surprised with all the new paradigm trends that the author predicted in s because they are so correct.4/5.