Table of Contents

of

Lieb, Hans-Heinrich. 1993a.
"Integrational Linguistics".
In:
Joachim Jacobs et al. (eds).
Syntax: Ein internationales Handbuch zeitgenössischer Forschung /
An International Handbook of Contemporary Research. Vol.1.
Berlin; New York: de Gruyter.
(= Handbücher zur Sprach- und Kommunikationswissenschaft 9.1). 430-468.

 
  1. Introductory Remarks
 
  2. Integrational Linguistics (IL)
    2.1 The Integrative Nature of IL
    2.2 IL and Cognitivism
    2.3 The Integrational Theory of Language
    2.4 Integrational Grammars
    2.5 Development of IL. Research in the IL Framework
 
  3. Integrational Syntax (IS): Basic Approach
    3.1 Surface Syntax as a Basis for Semantics
    3.2 Syntactic Structures
    3.3 Syntactic Functions: Overview
    3.4 Formal Status of Syntactic Functions
    3.5 Syntactic Functions and Sentence Meanings
 
  4. Formal Preliminaries
    4.1 Introduction
    4.2 Sequences
    4.3 Classifications and Classification Systems
    4.4 Variables
    4.5 On the Ontological Commitments of IS
 
  5. Base Forms, Units, Paradigms, Words, and Categories
    5.1 Syntactic Base Forms and Units
    5.2 Type 1 Categories
    5.3 Paradigms
    5.4 Lexical Words
    5.5 Type 2 Categories. Government
    5.6 Valency: The General Valency Hypothesis
    5.7 Two Problems for the Hypothesis
 
  6. Syntactic Structures
    6.1 Constituent Analyses: Examples
    6.2 Constituent Analyses and Constituent Structures
    6.3 Marking Structures of Primitive Constituents
    6.4 Marking Structures of Arbitrary Constituents
    6.5 Intonation Structures
 
  7. Syntactic Functions
    7.1 Introduction
    7.2 Non-grammatical Functions
    7.3 Grammatical Function Hypothesis
    7.4 Remarks
    7.5 Complement Supplanting and Complement Suppression
    7.6 The Complement Order Requirement
    7.7 'Roles', Role Relations, and Word Order Patterns
 
  8. References