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Band 210:
Hüllen, Werner / Schulze, Rainer (Hrsg.): Understanding the lexicon. Meaning, sense and world knowledge in lexical semantics. VII/445 S. - Tübingen: Niemeyer, 1988.
ISBN: 3-484-30210-0
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Preface S. 1
Section 1
Burgschmidt, Ernst:
  Some Remarks on the Tradition and Application of Analytical Semantics S. 4
Geckeler, Horst:
  Major Aspects of the Lexematics of the Tübingen School of Semantics S. 11
Geeraerts, Dirk:
  Katz Revisited. Aspects of the History of Lexical Semantics S. 23
Post, Micha:
  Scenes-and-Frames Semantics as a Neo-Lexical Field Theory S. 36
Section 2
Boas, Hans Ulrich:
  The Internal Structure of Lexical Entries: Structural and/or 'Definitional' Semantics S. 50
Bosch, Peter:
  On Representing Lexical Meaning S. 62
Cruse, D. Alan:
  Word Meaning and Encyclopedic Knowledge S. 73
Geiger, Richard A.:
  The Problem of Reference and the Indeterminacy of Refer S. 85
Geurts, Bart:
  The Structure of Nominal Concepts S. 97
König, Ekkehard / Traugott, Elizabeth C.:
  Pragmatic Strengthening and Semantic Change: The Conventionalizing of Conversational Implicature S. 110
Kortmann, Bernd:
  Complementation and its Significance to the Lexicon S. 125
Lewandowska-Tomaszczyk, Barbara:
  The Increment Value of Predicates in the Semantic Lexicon S. 137
Mettinger, Arthur:
  Pay Caesar what is Due to Caesar …: Semantic Features Vindicated S. 148
Schneider, Edgar W.:
  On Polysemy in English, Considering Consider S. 157
Seuren, Pieter A. M.:
  Lexical Meaning and Presupposition S. 170
Section 3
Kastovsky, Dieter:
  Structural Semantics or Prototype Semantics?
The Evidence of Word-Formation
S. 190
Rohdenburg, Günter:
  Semantic Fringe Phenomena Involving Nominal Compounds in English S. 204
Staib, Bruno:
  Extra-Linguistic Knowledge and Semantic Analysis S. 216
Section 4
Durrell, Martin:
  Some Problems of Contrastive Lexical Semantics S. 230
Kühlwein, Wolfgang:
  A Socio-Semiotic Way of Looking at Cross-Cultural Lexicology S. 242
Neuhaus, H. Joachim:
  False Friends, Frege's Sense, and Word-Formation S. 252
Section 5
Gläser, Rosemarie:
  The Grading of Idiomaticity as a Presupposition for a Taxonomy of Idioms S. 264
Sornig, Karl:
  Idioms in Language Teaching S. 280
Section 6
Dunbar, George L. / Myers, Terry F.:
  Concept Combination and the Characterization of Lexical Concepts S. 292
Engelkamp, Johannes:
  Nouns and Verbs in the Mental Lexicon S. 303
Section 7
Cuyckens, Hubert:
  Spatial Prepositions in Cognitive Semantics S. 316
Dirven, René:
  A Cognitive Approach to Conversion S. 329
Karius, Ilse:
  Aspects of Lexical Categorization S. 344
Lipka, Leonhard:
  A Rose is a Rose is a Rose: On Simple and Dual Categorization in Natural Languages S. 355
Lutzeier, Peter Rolf:
  A Proposal for Spatial Event Patterns S. 367
Radden, Günter:
  The Concept of Motion S. 380
Schulze, Rainer:
  A Short Story of Down S. 395
Wolski, Werner:
  Zu Problemen und Perspektiven des Prototypen- und Sterotypenansatzes in der lexikalischen Semantik S. 415
Name Index S. 426
Key Word Index S. 432
List of Contributors S. 444


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