Nouvelle publication : B. Arsenijević ; B. Gehrke ; R. Marín, (eds.)

Nouvelle publication en linguistique : Studies in the Composition and Decomposition of Event Predicates




by Boban Arsenijević; Berit Gehrke; Rafael Marín, (eds.), Springer Verlag (Studies in Linguistics and Philosophy, 93), 2013, V, 79 p., 9 illus.

ISBN 978-94-007-5982-4

This book :

  • Includes discussions of the processing aspects of the semantic ingredients of event predicates
  • The role of scalar structures is shown to be more complex than traditionally assumed (one scale, simple mappings)
  • Places the semantic entailments of event predicates and their more fine-grained components as the center of its study

This detailed, perceptive addition to the linguistics literature analyzes the semantic components of event predicates, exploring their fine-grained elements as well as their agency in linguistic processing. The papers go beyond pure semantics to consider their varying influences of event predicates on argument structure, aspect, scalarity, and event structure.

The volume shows how advances in the linguistic theory of event predicates, which have spawned Davidsonian and neo-Davidsonian notions of event arguments, in addition to ‘event structure’ frameworks and mereological models for the eventuality domain, have sidelined research on specific sets of entailments that support a typology of event predicates. Addressing this imbalance in the literature, the work also presents evidence indicating a more complex role for scalar structures than currently assumed. It will enrich the work of semanticists, psycholinguists, and syntacticians with a decompositional approach to verb phrase structure.

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Florence THILL (2013, 3 janvier). Nouvelle publication : B. Arsenijević ; B. Gehrke ; R. Marín, (eds.). STL- ACTUALITES. Consulté le 25 juin 2024, à l’adresse

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