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Cognition and Representation in Linguistic Theory

Cognition and Representation in Linguistic Theory

Author(s): Antoine Culioli

Series: Current Issues in Linguistic Theory 112

Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing Company, Year: 1995

ISBN: 9027236151,9789027236159

Description:
The objective of this book is to better acquaint English-speaking linguistics with a corpus of texts hitherto untranslated, containing the cognitive-based research in formal linguistics of one of the most important theoreticians in the field: Antoine Culioli (b. 1924). Culioli’s viewpoint is grounded in Emile Benveniste’s (1902-1976) revolutionary answer to Saussure’s opposition between competence (langue) and performance (parole) captured in the idea of √©nonciation, in which the relationship between an individual and a language is one of appropriation. The translation has been prepared to provide the reader with as obstacle-free a path as one can clear to a theory that requires, and indeed commands, a very close, attentive reading. As an additional aid to understand Culioli’s argument, footnotes throughout the work show similarities and differences with the work of the cognitive linguist Ronald W. Langacker.

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