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ワイリー・ブラックウェル版 意味論大全(全5巻)

「統語論」に続く21世紀の理論言語学の必携レファレンス、遂に刊行!

関連ワード:Wiley ワイリー 意味論 文法 日本語 理論言語学 英語 言語学 認知科学 認知言語学  更新日:2020.08.20

書誌事項

The Wiley Blackwell Companion to Semantics (The Wiley Blackwell Companions to Linguistics)

Editors: Daniel Gutzmann, Lisa Matthewson, Cécile Meier, Hotze Rullmann, & Thomas E. Zimmerman

2021:01  5 vols. 3,250 p.  set ISBN 978-1-118-78831-8

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概要

言語における「意味」の探究は、20世紀にチョムスキーの生成文法をはじめとする統語論の革命的なブレークスルーを見た言語学において、最後に残された聖杯のようなものであり、最近数十年における意味論の発展は目覚ましいものがあります。

本書は、好評を博した「ワイリー・ブラックウェル版 統語論大全(第2版・全8巻)」に続く、同じThe Wiley Blackwell Companions to Linguisticsシリーズの新刊として、意味論のもっとも包括的なレファレンスを刊行するものです。今日の意味論の代表的研究者たちが執筆協力した全100章以上にわたる「ケーススタディ」を通して、現代意味論および他の文法部門(統語論など)とのインターフェイスにおけるもっとも重要な論点や現象を、概念的な基盤、競合する諸々のアプローチ、世界の諸言語への応用を含めて、詳細に解説します。(各章はアルファベット順に配列されます。)

意味という捉え難い対象は、認知言語学のような近年有力なアプローチの発展を促してきましたが、その解明に向けて新旧の多様なアプローチの間でさらに対話を積み重ねていく必要があります。本書は、統語論を含む理論言語学全体の中で意味論の今後の方向を考える上で不可欠の基盤となるでしょう。

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収録内容

Volume I

1.      Actuality Entailments Valentine Hacquard

2.      Ambiguity Massimo Poesio

3.      Anankastic Conditionals: “If you want to go to Harlem, …” Kjell Johan Sabo

4.      Aspectual Composition: “Drinking (a glass of) milk” Markus Egg

5.      Attitude Verbs Hazel Pearson

6.      Bare Singulars Alan Munn and Cristina Schmitt

7.      Biscuit Conditionals Kyle Rawlins

8.      Boolean and Non-Boolean Conjunction Viola Schmitt

9.      Clausal vs Phrasal Comparatives Winfried Lechner

10.    (Complex) Demonstratives: “This book” Geoff Georgi

11.    Compositionality Michael Johnson

12.    Concealed Questions Ilaria Frana

13.    Conceptual Spaces and Semantic Similarities of Colors Gerhard Jager

14.    Context and Conversation Mitchell Green

15.    Copular Sentences Caroline Heycock

16.    Correlatives Jo-Wang Lin

17.    Count Nouns vs Mass Nouns Susan Rothstein

18.    Counterfactuals: “If kangaroos had no tails” Ana Arregui

19.    Decomposition: “Open the door again” Irene Rapp and Arnim von Stechow

20.    Definiteness: “Gagarin was the first human to travel to space” Cecile Meier

21.    Dimensions of Meaning Daniel Gutzmann

22.    Discourse Particles Patrick G. Grosz

 

Volume II

23.    Distributivity, Collectivity, and Cumulativity Lucas Champollion

24.    Donkey Anaphora: Farmers and Bishops Adrian Brasoveanu and Jakub Dotlačil

25.    Ellipsis and Identity Daniel Hardt

26.    Epistemic Modality Igor Yanovich

27.    E-Type Pronouns: Congressmen, Sheep, and Paychecks Rick Nouwen

28.    Evaluative Predicates: Beyond Fun and Tasty Carla Umbach

29.    Evidentials Sarah E. Murray

30.    Exclamatives Elena Castroviejo

31.    Expressives Elin McCready (青山学院大学教授)

32.    Family Resemblance and Prototypes Galit W. Sassoon

33.    Free Choice Disjunction: “An apple or a pear” Marie-Christine Meyer

34.    Free Choice Items and Modal Indefinites Luis Alonso Ovalle and Paula Menendez-Benito

35.    Free Relatives Radek Šimik

36.    Gradable Adjectives and Degree Expressions Marcin Morzycki

37.    Graded Modality Daniel Lassiter

38.    Idioms: Pull Strings, Spill the Beans, and Kick the Bucket Manfred Sailer

39.    Imperatives Magdalena Kaufmann

40.    Imperfectivity Ashwini Deo

41.    Indefinite–Interrogative Affinity Edgar Onea

42.    Index-Dependence and Embedding Orin Percus

43.    Indexicality: I, Here, Now Isidora Stojanovic

 

Volume III

44.    Indicative Conditionals Robert van Rooij and Katrin Schulz

45.    Information Structure Beata Gyuris

46.    Intensional Transitive Verbs: I owe you a horse Florian Schwarz

47.    Intentional Identity: From Hob and Nob to Arsky and Barsky Robert van Rooij

48.    The Interpretation of Tense: “I didn’t turn off the stove” Toshiyuki Ogihara (荻原 俊幸 ワシントン大学 准教授) and Kiyomi Kusumoto (楠本 紀代美 関西学院大学教授)

49.    Intervention Effects: “How many books did you not read?” Clemens Mayr

50.    Inverse Linking Constructions: An Apple in Every Basket Malte Zimmermann

51.    Kinds of (Non)Specificity Donka F. Farkas and Adrian Brasoveanu

52.    Lexical Aspect (Aktionsart) Hana Filip

53.    Linguistic Relativity: From Whorf to Now Jürgen Bohnemeyer

54.    Literal vs Enriched Meaning: “It’s raining” Paul Elbourne

55.    Logical Omniscience Paul Egre

56.    Matrix and Embedded Presuppositions Raj Singh

57.    Measure Phrases Gregory Scontras

58.    Mixed Quotation Emar Maier

59.    Modal Concord Janneke van Wijnbergen-Huitink

60.    Modal Subordination: “It would eat you first!” Craige Roberts

61.    Modal–Temporal Interactions Anamaria Fălăuş and Brenda Laca

62.    Modified Numerals Benjamin Spector

63.    The Name and Nature of Neg-Raising Jon Gajewski

 

Volume IV

64.    Negative Indefinites and Negative Concord Doris Penka

65.    Negative Polarity Vincent Homer

66.    Nominal vs Adverbial Quantification Stefan Hinterwimmer

67.    Nominalizations: The Case of Nominalizations of Modal Predicates Friederike Moltmann

68.    Nonlocal Adjectival Modification: “the wrong number” Bernhard Schwarz

69.    (Non)restrictive Nominal Modification: “Dogs that bark don’t bite black ravens” Cathrine Fabricius-Hansen

70.    Noun Incorporation Sandra Chung and William A. Ladusaw

71.    The Parameters of Indirect Speech Regine Eckardt

72.    The Partee Paradox: Rising Temperatures and Numbers Sebastian Lobner

73.    The Perfect Atle Gronn and Arnim von Stechow

74.    Pluractionality: The Phenomenon, the Issues, and a Case Study Ana Muller and Luciana Sanchez-Mendes

75.    Possible-Worlds Semantics for Pictures Dorit Abusch

76.    Pragmatic Accommodation Mikhail Kissine and Myrto Pantazi

77.    Presuppositional Binding Rob van der Sandt

78.    Progressive: The Imperfective Paradox Sandro Zucchi

79.    Prosodic Focus Michael Wagner

80.    Quantifiers, Scope, and Pseudo-Scope: When a man loves a woman … Wolfgang Sternefeld

81.    Quantity Implicatures Andreea C. Nicolae and Uli Sauerland

82.    Questions and Interrogatives: Exhaustivity vs Quantificational Variability Paul Hagstrom

83.    Representing Intensionality: Variables vs Parameters Thomas Ede Zimmermann

84.    Rhetorical Relations Katja Jasinskaja and Elena Karagjosova

 

Volume V

85.    Semantic Change: “What the smurf?” Dirk Geeraerts

86.    Semantic Parameters and Universals Sigrid Beck

87.    Semantics of English Intonation: “A leopard? A leopard!” Hubert Truckenbrodt

88.    Semantics vs Pragmatics Daniel Gutzmann

89.    The Semantics and Pragmatics of Appositives Philippe Schlenker

90.    Sequence of Tense Yael Sharvit

91.    Spatial Prepositions and Locatives in Formal Semantics Marcus Kracht

92.    Speaker’s Reference: “Smith’s murderer” Barbara Abbott

93.    The Status and Significance of “Impossible Words” John Collins

94.    Strong and Weak Nominals Louise McNally

95.    The Subjunctive: Truth Be Told Josep Quer

96.    Systematic Polysemy Johannes Dolling

97.    Temporal Properties of Noun Phrases Judith Tonhauser

98.    Tense and Temporal Adverbs: “I learned last week that there would now be an earthquake” Daniel Altshuler

99.    Topic Satoshi Tomioka

100. Type Shifting: The Partee Triangle Herman Hendriks

101. Vagueness and Natural Language Semantics Heather Burnett and Peter R. Sutton

102. Weak Necessity Aynat Rubinstein

103. Wide Scope Indefinites: Dead Relatives Cornelia Ebert

Index

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