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by Marco Benini,Federico Gobbo

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Author:
Marco Benini,Federico Gobbo
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978-1443830072
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1443830070
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Cambridge Scholars Publishing; Unabridged edition edition (August 1, 2011)
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Words Language & Grammar
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Constructive Adpositional Grammars: Foundation of Constructive Linguistics.

Federico Gobbo, Marco Benini. The adpositional paradigm considers the morpheme as the basic unit to represent morphosyntax, taken as a whole, in terms of constructions, while semantics and pragmatics are treated accordingly. All linguistic observations within the book can be described through the methods and tools of Constructive Mathematics, so that the modelling becomes formally feasible.

Tietoja kirjoittajasta. Marco Benini holds a doctorate in Computer Science (specializing in Mathematical Logic) from the University of Milan, Italy.

Constructive adpositional grammars: Foundations of constructive linguistics. From ancient to modern computing: A history of information hiding. IEEE Annals of the History of Computing 35 (3), 33-39, 2013. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2011. M Ornaghi, M Benini, M Ferrari, C Fiorentini, A Momigliano. CLASE 5, 55-75, 2005.

Together with Marco Benini, we developed a robust theoretical basis based on constructive mathematics. Together with Jean Wagemans, we are implementing an application for argumentation analysis pairing CxAdGrams with the Periodic Table of Arguments (PTA): the result is called Constructive Argumentation (CxArg).

The adpositional paradigm considers the morpheme as the basic unit to represent morphosyntax, taken as a whole, in terms of constructions, while semantics and pragmatics are treated accordingly.

This book presents a new paradigm of natural language grammar analysis, based on adposition as the key concept, considered a general connection between two morphemes or group of morphemes. The adpositional paradigm considers the morpheme as the basic unit to represent morphosyntax, taken as a whole, in terms of constructions, while semantics and pragmatics are treated accordingly. All linguistic observations within the book can be described through the methods and tools of Constructive Mathematics, so that the modelling becomes formally feasible. A full description in category-theoretic terms of the formal model is provided in the Appendix. A lot of examples taken from natural languages belonging to different typological areas are offered throughout the volume, in order to explain and validate the modeling with special attention given to ergativity. Finally, a first real-world application of the paradigm is given, i.e., conversational analysis of the transcript of therapeutic settings in terms of constructive speech acts. The main goal of this book is to broaden the scope of Linguistics by including Constructive Mathematics in order to deal with known topics such as grammaticalization, children s speech, language comparison, dependency and valency from a different perspective. It primarily concerns advanced students and researchers in the field of Theoretical and Mathematical Linguistics but the audience can also include scholars interested in applications of Topos Theory in Linguistics.