Linguistic Selection of Language Strategies - A Case Study for Colour

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Language evolution takes place at two levels: the level of language strategies, which are ways in which a particular subarea of meaning and function is structured and expressed, and the level of concrete linguistic choices for the meanings, words, or grammatical constructions that instantiate a particular language strategy. It is now reasonably well… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-21314-4_19

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@inproceedings{Bleys2009LinguisticSO, title={Linguistic Selection of Language Strategies - A Case Study for Colour}, author={Joris Bleys and Luc Steels}, booktitle={ECAL}, year={2009} }