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26, § 2; articles 28; 37; 66Ϫ70. This example demonstrates the importance typologists attribute to a typology based on the tertium constituted by the task of forming propositions. Speakers of languages have indeed multifold, often grammaticalized possibilities of ordering the elements in propositions. To these one may add the technique of clefting, allowing, among other things, a freer ordering of elements where the order of actants is relatively fixed. g. by Edward Keenan and Bernard Comrie (1977) or Christian Lehmann (1984).

1974. “Les universaux linguistiques (et les autres)”. ). Proceedings of the Eleventh International Congress of Linguists. BolognaϪFlorence, Aug. 28ϪSept. 2, 1972. Bologna: Il Mulino, 47Ϫ73. Croft, William. 1990. Typology and universals. ) Cambridge/ GB & New York: Cambridge University Press. Croft, William. 1991. Syntactic categories and grammatical relations: the cognitive organization of information. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. [Rev. D. thesis of 1986]. Damasio, Antonio R. & Damasio, Hanna C.

1). 3. Concepts vs. Significations In the eyes of Aristotle, this search for universals was, incidentally, what made the difference between a true ‘science’ (episte¯me¯) and a discipline that is only opinion-based (doxa): a science, apart from being reasonable, has to have a subject common to mankind and to rely on principles holding for all of us (Posterior Analytics, c. ). This is why, instead of writing some more artes grammaticae, the mediaeval Schoolmen called Modists, starting from the observation of Latin, eventually created what can be seen as the outlines of a true grammatica universalis, largely transcending the original conception of a description of parts of speech by the foundation of a new, additional syntactic component termed ‘diasynthetica’ (Raible 1987 Ϫ see fig.

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