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Beyond “pathways” and “unidirectionality”: on the discontinuity of language transmission and the counterability of grammaticalization
L'A. critique la theorie de la grammaticalisation qui pose ce processus comme continu et unidirectionnel. Il montre, au contraire, que celui-ci presente une certaine gradualite et une discontinuiteExpand
The handbook of historical linguistics
Part I: Introduction:. On Language, Change, and Language Change -- Or, Of History, Linguistics, and Historical Linguistics: Richard D. Janda & Brian D. Joseph, both The Ohio State University. PartExpand
Introduction: Conceptions of Grammaticalization and Their Problems.
Abstract The primary purpose of this paper is to introduce the papers in this issue of Language Science, dedicated to taking stock of both grammaticalization and so-called “grammaticalization theory”Expand
Implications of Process-Morphology for Categorial Grammar
Language can be approached from many points of view. Indeed, its very vastness prevents one from seeing all of it from a single perspective. It is for this reason that the logician H. B. Curry, inExpand