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integrated theory of linguistic descriptions
Jerrold J. Katz
|Statement||Jerrold J. Katz and Paul M. Postal|
|Series||Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Research Laboratory of Electronics. Special technical report -- 9|
|Contributions||Postal, Paul Martin, 1936-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x , 178 p , ill|
|Number of Pages||178|
|LC Control Number||64-17356|
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The authors offer a theory concerning the nature of a linguistic description, that is, a theoretical statement about the kind of description that a linguist is able to give of a natural language. This theory seeks to integrate the generative conception of phonology and syntax developed integrated theory of linguistic descriptions book Chomsky and Halle, with the conception of semantics proposed by Katz and : Paperback.
The authors offer a theory concerning the nature of a linguistic description, that is, a theoretical statement about the kind of description that a linguist is able to give of a natural language.
This theory seeks to integrate the generative conception of phonology and syntax developed by Chomsky and Halle, with the conception of semantics proposed by Katz and by: Integrated Theory of Linguistic Descriptions. Research Monograph [Mit] No.
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Katz, Paul M. Postal The authors offer a theory concerning the nature of a linguistic description, that is, a theoretical statement about the kind of description that a linguist is able to give of a natural language.
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The theory of descriptions is the philosopher Bertrand Russell's most significant contribution to the philosophy of is also known as Russell's theory of descriptions (commonly abbreviated as RTD).In short, Russell argued that the syntactic form of descriptions (phrases that took the form of "The aardvark" and "An aardvark") is misleading, as it does not correlate their logical and.
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