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by Leonard Talmy

eBook Toward a Cognitive Semantics: Volume 1: Concept Structuring Systems and Volume 2: Typology and Process in Concept Structuring (Language, Speech, and Communication) download ISBN: 0262700980
Author: Leonard Talmy
Publisher: The MIT Press (January 24, 2003)
Language: English
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He is the author of Toward a Cognitive Semantics, volume 1, Concept Structuring Systems, and volume 2, Typology and Process in Concept Structuring (MIT Press).

One of a two-volume set defining the field of cognitive semantics. He is the author of Toward a Cognitive Semantics, volume 1, Concept Structuring Systems, and volume 2, Typology and Process in Concept Structuring (MIT Press). At last we have all these classic papers in one place!

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Toward a Cognitive Semantics Volume h Concept Structuring Systems Volume Ih Typology and Process in Concept Structuring. State University of New York at Buffalo). Vol-ume II, consisting of the identical introduction and (a different) eight chapters, presents typologies for the structure of concepts, proceeding to on-line processing of these in culture and narrative.

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In this two-volume set Leonard Talmy defines the field of cognitive .

In this two-volume set Leonard Talmy defines the field of cognitive semantics. Volume 2 sets forth typologies according to which concepts are structured and the processes by which they are structured. Скачать (pdf, . 8 Mb).

Typology and Process in Concept Structuring (Toward a Cognitive Semantics, Vol. 2). byLeonard Talmy.

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2. Volume I Concept Structuring Systems. Volume II Typology and Process in Concept Structuring', by Leonard Talmy. Computational Linguistics. 2001;27(2):309 - 315.

In this two-volume set, Talmy approaches the question of how language organizes conceptual material both at a general level and by analyzing a crucial set of particular conceptual domains: space and time, motion and location, causation and force interaction, and attention and viewpoint.

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Kulwes
The book is well written and explained in details with many examples and graphics. The binding and package are durable. The shipping is faster than I had expected. I will recommend it to my friends.
Agalas
Fin dall'inizio degli anni settanta, Talmy ha sviluppato una descrizione linguistica delle strutture cognitive, concentrando la propria ricerca sull'analisi di come le costruzioni grammaticali specificano l'informazione concettuale e rispecchiano le proprietà gestaltiche e le relazioni causali di una situazione empirica. La teoria di Talmy è caratterizzata dall'ipotesi fondamentale secondo cui un enunciato evoca nell'ascoltatore l'"immagine d'una situazie reale o cognitiva". Questa prospettiva teorica ha evidenziato subito il problema dell'intertraduzione mentale tra il sistema simbolico del linguaggio e quello delle rappresentazioni cognitive. Talmy ha abbandonato, perciò, la concezione composizionale della sintassi -di tradizione generativista- identificando le strutture grammaticali del linguaggio con un livello profondo del sistema cognitivo, organizzato in rappresentazioni concettuali schematiche piuttosto che simboliche o algebriche. Le rappresentazioni schematiche o rappresentazioni cognitive (RC) costituiscono, secondo Talmy, il corrispettivo di una scena alla Fillmore [1975] o, come ricorda Petitot [1989], di ciò che i fenomenologi e i primi gestaltisti chiamavano "uno stato di cose". La RC non implica, tuttavia, una specifica relazione con il sistema visivo; al contrario, la RC è il prodotto dell'integrazione dell'informazione resa disponibile da diverse facoltà cognitive e da tutte le modalità sensoriali. Le RC, pertanto, sono simili in spirito alle rappresentazioni schematiche descritte da Langacker [1987] o ai Modelli Cognitivi Idealizzati (ICM) di Lakoff [1987]. La concezione di Talmy si sviluppa, dunque, secondo due punti fondamentali: 1) un enunciato evoca una RC schematica, 2) alcune strutture linguistiche rispecchiano la struttura schematica della RC, trasmettendo da parlante a parlante l'informazione più rilevante di una certa situazione. Certo, lo studio di Talmy soffre il difetto di un ricerca che descrivere le strutture concettuali attraverso l'analisi pragmatica del linguaggio. Ma i suoi risultati serviranno da filo condutture anche nella ricerca psicologica. D'altra parte, hanno già riscontrato profondo interesse in campo filosofico-ontologico e semiotico.
Malarad
Talmy takes many of the one-of-a-kind unique analyses presented in his papers and rehashes them for presentation here in this two volume. I had thought this 2-volume set would be a comprehensive summary of all that has gone on in Cognitive Semantics, but it is exclusively Talmy's work, centered around his 70s and 80s work with a few chapters with his 90s articles. Having read Talmy (1985) and Talmy (1988) work and seeing the chapters reproduced his, most of his revisions appear to be fairly light.
As with most of Talmy's work, introspection upon analysis of demonstrative phrases plays a mystical role in developing key features of his theories. While most of these articles can be dug out of the library for less than $110 and some the chapters are redundant with each other, this collection makes them far more accessible. This treatment does not attempt to formalize things heavily and instead appeals to intuitions. These intuitions are fruitful and deserve expansion on by a new generations of cognitive scientists who can hopefully pick up on Talmy's semantic puzzles