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Linguistic categorization

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Published by Oxford University Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Categorization (Linguistics),
  • Linguistic analysis (Linguistics),
  • Cognitive grammar.,
  • Semantics.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 285-308) and index.

    StatementJohn R. Taylor.
    SeriesOxford textbooks in linguistics
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsP128.C37 T38 2003
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 308 p. :
    Number of Pages308
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3691853M
    ISBN 100199266646
    LC Control Number2003063409


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Oct 26,  · "Taylor's book is a good introductory text for anyone interested in cognitive grammar. It offers a valuable overview of the state of the art in the field of prototype research as well as an interesting account of linguistic categorization."--Cognitive Linguistics/5(24).

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Linguistic categories and linguists’ categorizations * Book. Full-text available Thus the present approach reconciles two major approaches to linguistic categorization: (i) the classical Author: Paolo Ramat. In his book Women, Fire and Dangerous things: What categories reveal about the mind, Lakoff reappraised linguistic relativity and especially Whorf's views about how linguistic categorization reflects and/or influences mental categories.

He concluded that the debate had been confused. Meanings and Prototypes (RLE Linguistics B: Grammar) Studies in Linguistic Categorization, 1st Edition First, that linguistic categorization exploits principles that are not specific to language but characterize most, if not all, processes of cognition.

Secondly, that a basic principle by which cognitive and linguistic categories are. Eleanor Rosch (once known as Eleanor Rosch Heider; born ) is a professor of psychology at the University of California, Berkeley, specializing in cognitive psychology and primarily known for her work on categorization, in particular her prototype theory, which has Alma mater: Harvard (Ph.D.).

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Taylor. Jan 01,  · This volume addresses two central questions: what is the nature of the categories that underlie the structure of human language and what is the nature of extralinguistic categories that are reflected in language.

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This book provides a comprehensive and original analysis of noun categorization devices all over the world. It will interest typologists, those working in the fields of morphosyntactic variation and lexical semantics, as well as anthropologists and all other scholars interested in the.

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Two colours categorized as red - no sense in saying one is redder than the other. - only object of linguistic study is the system, not indiv terms.

Language and Spatial Categorization. The debate surrounding the issue of linguistic relativity, or direction of influence between language and cognition, is pertinent in cross-cultural developmental psychology research. While it is well understood that cognition influences language use, there is evidence to suggest that the reverse relationship.

Similarity in linguistic categorization: The importance of necessary properties in linguistic categorization and reveals the nature of human linguistic specialization.

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This is my second copy of this book. I loaned the other one out and never got it back. The book is a text book, but it covers the subject well and held my interest. I am not trained in linguistics, but I Author: John R. Taylor. color categorization by treating the effects of attitude, association, age, and gender, the extent of a category, and the denotata of the best example of a category.

Chapter 2 is an innovative experimental approach to linguistic categorization and the primary conceptualization of basic color terms in English.

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Discourse markers and modal particles are fuzzy linguistic categories that are difficult to describe. The contributions in this volume go beyond this statement. They discuss the intersection between modal particles and discourse markers and examine whether or not it is possible to draw a line between these two types of linguistic expressions.

I PROTOTYPES IN LINGUISTIC THEORY SECOND EDITION JOHN R TAYLOR LINGUISTIC CATEGORIZATION LINGUISTIC CATEGORIZATION Prototypes in Linguistic Theory JOHN R TAYLOR Second Edition CLARENDON PRESS • OXFORD Oxford University Press, Walton Street, Oxford 0x2 6DP Oxford New York Athens Auckland Bangkok Bombay Calcutta ('ape Town Dar n Salaam.

Categorization Blending Linguistic units (Picture of book that reads Pat has a hat. The pig is big. The car went far.) (Table that reads Unit, Looks like, Sounds like along the.

Jun 09,  · These fall roughly into two categories, both already announced in the title of the book: on one reading, "linguistic" refers to language and the first ten chapters are in fact about categorization BY units of language (words, but also tense, clause type, etc.); on the other reading, "linguistic" refers to linguistics and the next three chapters.

Just as a botanist is concerned with a botanical categorization of plants, so a linguist undertakes a linguistic categorization of linguistic objects. The second half of the book, in particular, will address the parallels between linguistic categorization in this second sense, and the categorization, through language, of the non-linguistic world.

Nov 27,  · John R. Taylor’s book, Linguistic Categorization: Prototypes in Linguistic Theory, is currently in its third edition. At some point I’ll get a copy of this edition just to see the new content but it has been some years since I’ve read the first edition.

Handbook of Categorization in Cognitive Science, Second Edition presents the study of categories and the process of categorization as viewed through the lens of the founding disciplines of the cognitive sciences, and how the study of categorization has long been at the core of each of these disciplines.Apr 10,  · Description this book Almost all languages have some grammatical means for the linguistic categorization of nouns.

Well-known systems such as the lexical numeral classifiers of South-East Asia, on the one hand, and the highly grammaticalized gender agreement classes of Indo- European languages, on the other, are the extremes of a contiuum.Aug 28,  · Evidence for this suggestion comes from psychological research showing that in a categorization task, the similarity of an item to the exemplars of a category is judged primarily with respect to the features common to all category members, as well as from the observation that virtually all attested matrix verbs in LDD questions strongly tend to Cited by: 3.