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CXG
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Definitions

  1. CxG was spurred on by the development of Cognitive Semantics, beginning in 1975 and extending through the 1980s. (Web site)
  2. In CxG, a grammatical construction, regardless of its formal or semantic complexity and make up, is a pairing of form and meaning. (Web site)
  3. CxG was developed in the 1980s by linguists such as Charles Fillmore, Paul Kay, and George Lakoff. (Web site)
  4. As CxG is based on schemas and taxonomies, it does not operate with dynamic rules of derivation. (Web site)
  5. CxG was developed in order to handle cases that intrinsically went beyond the capacity of generative grammar. (Web site)

Syntax-Lexicon Continuum

  1. Unlike the componential model, CxG denies any strict distinction between the two and proposes a syntax-lexicon continuum. (Web site)

Linguists

  1. CxG was developed in the 1980s by linguists such as Charles Fillmore, Paul Kay, and George Lakoff. (Web site)

Development

  1. The shift towards the usage-based approach in CxG has inspired the development of several corpus -based methodologies of constructional analysis. (Web site)

Unified Theory

  1. As mentioned above, CxG is a "family" of theories rather than one unified theory. (Web site)

Cognitive Linguists

  1. These two papers propelled cognitive linguists into the study of CxG. (Web site)

Construction Grammar

  1. This volume extends the traditional domain of Construction Grammar (CxG) in several directions, all with a cognitive basis.

Taxonomies

  1. As CxG is based on schemas and taxonomies, it does not operate with dynamic rules of derivation. (Web site)

Cxg

  1. In CxG, a grammatical construction, regardless of its formal or semantic complexity and make up, is a pairing of form and meaning. (Web site)
  2. In CxG, like in general semiotics the grammatical construction is a pairing of form and content. (Web site)
  3. CxG was spurred on by the development of Cognitive Semantics, beginning in 1975 and extending through the 1980's. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Grammatical Construction
  2. Taxonomies
  3. Thought > Cognition > Cognitive Science > Cognitive Semantics
  4. Encyclopedia of Keywords > Thought > Cognition > Construction Grammar
  5. Schemas
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