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Entwicklungen in slavischen Sprachen 1

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Book Series: Specimina philologiae Slavicae ISBN: 9783876907024 Year: Pages: 332 Language: German
Publisher: Peter Lang International Academic Publishing Group
Subject: Linguistics
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This anthology is based on the work of the same-named Working Group "Developments in Slavic Languages" (E1SS). This working group, the "ElSS Salon", was founded in October 1995. Starting from the general basic assumptions that the structure of linguistic categories can be explained by the cognitive processing of reality, by the communicative function of utterances, and by their development, one sets oneself the joint occupation with the reconstruction of linguistic developments , with their description possibilities, regularities and explanations to the goal. Development means both diachrony and ontogenesis, as the basis of which the same principles can be assumed. In the context of this question, basic as well as individual questions, methodical and concrete application, both own research and the results of the relevant literature are discussed.

Zur Rolle der Terminativitaet / Aterminativitaet (T/AT) im Aspekt- und Aspektbildungssystem der russischen Sprache der Gegenwart

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Book Series: Specimina philologiae Slavicae ISBN: 9783876907475 Year: Pages: 240 Language: German
Publisher: Peter Lang International Academic Publishing Group
Subject: Linguistics
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The intention of the author was (...) to prove that the terminativity / aterminativity - as a "covert" category - is the semantic basis and generator of the Russian verbal aspect, thus de facto controlling the whole mechanism of the Russian aspect system - education , Meaning and use of the aspect. In order to largely objectify the profound semantic analysis required for this, we have decomposed the most general semantic properties of the verbs and the aspectual context into differential semantic features and arranged them in algorithmic form. Thus, we were able to follow the interaction of the general meanings of the aspect with the T / AT through the linguistic subsystems of aspect formation and the special aspect meanings. This algorithmic analysis as the main method of our investigation has u.E. In a convincing way many previously contentious questions have been solved, and common views have been confirmed or refuted.

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