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2017年間ランキング

	ブックオフ宅本便ページ修正(2017/11/22~12/31)

目次

  • Chapter 1 Introduction
    • 1.1.Major Syntactic Issues
    • 1.2.Constructional Idiom and the Fregean Principle of Compositionality
    • 1.3.Some Prima Facie Peculiarities of English Comparative Correlatives
    • 1.4.Comparative Correlative Constructions in Jamaican English
    • 1.5.Cartographic Approach
    • 1.6.Small Clauses as Relator Phrases(Den Dikken 2006)
    • 1.7.Summary
  • Chapter 2 The Semantics of the Definite Articles in the Comparative Correlative Construction
    • 2.1.Remarks on Den Dikken’s(2005)Diachrony
    • 2.2.Limitations of Classical Categories:A New Approach based on Radial Categories(Lakoff 1987)
    • 2.3.The Semantic Nature of the Definite Determiner:The Failed Rationale of the Referentialists’ Doctrine
    • 2.4.An Analysis of the in the English Comparative Correlative as a Mathematical Function and a Linker of Discourse
    • 2.5.The Semantic Nature of the Definite Determiner:Prototype Effects and Generic Use
    • 2.6.Pragmatic Radial Extension and the Correlative Meaning
    • 2.7.Summary
    • 2.8.Discussion
    • 2.9.Appendix:Rampant Misconceptions
  • Chapter 3 Structural Dependency between the Two Clauses
    • 3.1.Literature Review
    • 3.2.Culicover & Jackendoff’s(1999)“Hypothesis E”Revisited
    • 3.3.Information Structure:Are Conditionality and Topic‐Comment sufficient?
    • 3.4.Structurally Reinforced Contrast between Old and New Information
    • 3.5.Coordination Hypothesis
    • 3.6.Summary
  • Chapter 4 The Internal Structure of the First Clause
    • 4.1.Introduction
    • 4.2.Classification
    • 4.3.Why is the movement of the‐phrase to Spec,CP insufficient?
    • 4.4.The Restrictive Relative Clause Analysis and Frequent Criticisms
    • 4.5.A Proposed Syntactic Structure and its Advantages
    • 4.6.Attributive Adjectives
    • 4.7.Predicative Adjectives
    • 4.8.Double“the+COMPARATIVE”
    • 4.9.“The+COMPARATIVE”in the Possessive Form
    • 4.10.Summary and Remaining Questions
    • 4.11.A Conceptual Issue in Language Acquisition:The Limitation of Cognitive Linguistics
  • Chapter 5 The Internal Structure of the Second Clause
    • 5.1.Introduction
    • 5.2.On the Non‐obligatory Nature of Focalisation
    • 5.3.The Derivation of the Second Clause
    • 5.4.The Second Clause without“The+COMPARATIVE”Phrase
    • 5.5.The Reason for Varying Acceptability of That
    • 5.6.Copula Deletion
    • 5.7.Summary
  • Chapter 6 Comparative Correlatives in Jamaican English
    • 6.1.Syntactic Properties of Comparative Correlatives in Jamaican English
    • 6.2.Specificational Pseudoclefts“Type A”of Den Dikken,Meinunger,& Wilder(2000)
    • 6.3.Review of the Derivation of the Specificational Pseudocleft
    • 6.4.The Derivation of Comparative Correlatives in Jamaican English
    • 6.5.The Pivotal Copula’s Optionality
    • 6.6.Summary and A Further Question
  • Chapter 7 Comparative Correlatives in German and Dutch
    • 7.1.Introduction
    • 7.2.Topic‐Comment Structure of German Comparative Correlatives
    • 7.3.Dutch Comparative Correlatives:The Syntactic Position of the Verb
    • 7.4.Summary
  • Chapter 8 Comparative Correlatives in Japanese
    • 8.1.The Parallel to Japanese CCs:Clausal Reduplications in Copula Sentences
    • 8.2.The Semantic and Pragmatic Nature of hodo
    • 8.3.Appendix:Possible Clausal Reduplication in a Variety of English
    • 8.4.Summary
  • Chapter 9 Sentence Fragments
    • 9.1.Introduction
    • 9.2.Ellipsis or not?
    • 9.3.Summary
  • Chapter 10 So‐Inversion Constructions in Comparative Correlatives
    • 10.1.Introduction
    • 10.2.Pseudo‐Amalgam Head Construction and Auxiliary‐Inversion Construction
    • 10.3.Remarks on Hatakeyama et al.(2010)
    • 10.4.Further Empirical Discussion on the Pseudo‐amalgam Head Analysis
    • 10.5.Further Remarks on Hatakeyama et al.(2010)
    • 10.6.Summary
  • Chapter 11 Conclusion
    • 11.1.Summary of the Analyses
    • 11.2.Concluding Remarks
  • Appendix 1:Variables and Syntactic Positions
  • Appendix 2:Frequently Asked Questions