Lieb, Hans-Heinrich. (ed.). 1992g.
Prospects for a New Structuralism.
Amsterdam; Philadelphia: Benjamins.
(= Current Issues in Linguistic Theory 96).

Lieb (1992g)
Prospects for a New Structuralism: Introduction
Hans-Heinrich Lieb
        1    Nine Principles of New Structuralism
              1.1    Introduction
              1.2    The principles
              1.3    Heuristic nature and modesty (Principles 9 and 1)
              1.4    New mentalism (Principles 2 to 4)
              1.5    Ontology and linguistic diversity (Principles 5 to 8)
        2    Documenting the principles
              2.1    Introduction
              2.2    Section I: Philosophical Issues
              2.3    Section II: Frameworks
              2.4    Section III: Areas
              2.5    Prospects
An interactionist position
Philip Carr
        1    Objective knowledge and realism
        2    Structuralism and generativity
        3    The Nine Principles
The Case for a New Structuralism
Hans-Heinrich Lieb
                                           I.  Introduction
        1    Problem and aim
              1.1    Realism vs. cognitivism: two opposing claims
              1.2    Aim of this essay
              1.3    Arguing for realism
        2    Cognitivist linguistics and linguistic intentionality
              2.1    Representation linguistics
              2.2    The problem of intentionality
              2.3    A connectionist solution?
                                           II.  Background
        3    Two general claims
              3.1    Linguistic Object Claim and Linguistic Structure Claim
              3.2    Abstract vs. concrete
              3.3    Constructive ontology
              3.4    The notion of extra-mental
        4    The intentionality of speech
              4.1    The concept of action
              4.2    Speaking as an action
                                           III.  The argument for realism. New Structuralism
        5    Arguing the Linguistic Structure Claim
              5.1    Outline of the argument
              5.2    The argument
        6    Linguistics as an intentional discipline
              6.1    On the Linguistic Object Claim
              6.2    The Intentionality Hypothesis
              6.3    Linguistic interdisciplines
              6.4    Summary
        7    New Structuralism
Classical structuralism and present-day Praguian linguistics
Petr Sgall
        1    Character of the language system
              1.1    Openness and complexity of the system
              1.2    On the stratification of a language
        2    On the autonomy of a language
        3    Language use
        4    On the teleological approach
        5    Conclusion
Noematic grammar
Klaus Heger
The functional model of UNITYP dimensions
Hansjakob Seiler
        1    Introduction
        2    Basic thoughts
        3    An example of a dimension: Participation (overview)
              3.1    Introduction
              3.2    The techniques as bundles of subdimensions
                       3.2.1    Positing participation
                       3.2.2    Participant/participatum distinction
              3.3    The ordering of the techniques in the dimension
              3.4    Conclusion
        4    Basic notions
        5    The gradual unfolding of the model
        6    H. Lieb's principles of new structuralism
Integrational Linguistics: Outline of a theory of language
Hans-Heinrich Lieb
        0    Introduction
              0.1    Aim and method
              0.2    Integrational Linguistics
        1    Background
              1.1    Languages, varieties, idiolects
              1.2    Systems
              1.3    Integrational grammars
              1.4    Language and speech
        2    Phonology
              2.1    Introduction and overview
              2.2    Base forms and features
              2.3    Units, categories, and structures
              2.4    Functions
        3    Morphology
              3.1    Introduction
              3.2    Base forms and units
              3.3    Categories
              3.4    Structures
              3.5    Functions
        4    Syntax
              4.1    Introduction
              4.2    Base forms, units, and categories
              4.3    Structures
              4.4    Functions
        5    Lexical semantics (morphosemantics)
              5.1    Introduction
              5.2    Basic idea for lexical meanings
              5.3    Meanings as concepts
              5.4    Lexical meaning composition
        6    Syntactic semantics (sentential semantics)
              6.1    Introduction
              6.2    Syntactic meanings
              6.3    Syntactic meaning composition
              6.4    Remarks on syntactic meaning composition
A new structuralism in phonology
Jerzy Banczerowski, Jerzy Pogonowski, and Tadeusz Zgólka
        0    Introductory remarks
        1    Philosophical properties of linguistic theories
        2    Methodological properties of linguistic theories
        3    Change and persistence of structuralist ideas
        4    A contribution to the theory of phonological oppositions
        5    Some aspects of the logical reconstruction of structuralist theories
        6    Is generative phonology reducible to structuralist phonology?
        7    Concluding remarks
        8    Appendix: Lieb's Nine Principles of New Structuralism
The structuralist heritage in Natural Morphology
Wolfgang U. Wurzel
        1    Natural morphology
        2    Natural morphology and generative grammar
        3    The structuralist heritage
              3.1    Jakobson: semiotics — motivation — iconicity
              3.2    Coseriu: system dependence — system congruity
        4    Conclusion
What are language histories histories of ?
Roger Lass
        1    Problemstellung
        2    Language and mind(s), mind(s) and metalanguage
        3    Speaker 'involvement': a sketch for a model
        4    Time and change: diffusion and population-thinking
        5    Postlude and prelude
Index of names