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Band 501:
Maienborn, Claudia / Wöllstein, Angelika (Hrsg.): Event Arguments: Foundations and Applications. VI/368 S. - Tübingen: Niemeyer, 2005.
ISBN: 3-484-30501-0

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[Buch] IDS-Bibliothek: Sig. QA 3565
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E-Book (PDF). Berlin / New York: de Gruyter. ISBN: 978-3-11-091379-8

Since entering the stage, Davidsonian event arguments have taken on a central role in linguistic theorizing. Recent years have seen a continuous extension of possible applications for them, not only in semantics but also in syntax. At the same time questions concerning the ontological status of events have received renewed attention. This collection of articles provides new evidence for the virtually ubiquitous presence of event arguments in linguistic structure and sheds new light on their nature. The volume is organized into four sections: Events – states – causation; Event nominals; Events in composition; Measuring events.


Maienborn, Claudia / Wöllstein, Angelika:
  Introduction IDS-Publikationsserver
S. 1
Section I: Events – states – causation
Bierwisch, Manfred:
  The event structure of CAUSE and BECOME S. 11
Engelberg, Stefan:
  Stativity, supervenience, and sentential subjects IDS-Publikationsserver
S. 45
Mittwoch, Anita:
  Do states have Davidsonian arguments?
Some empirical considerations
S. 69
González-Vilbazo, Kay-Eduardo / Remberger, Eva-Maria:
  Ser and estar: The syntax of stage level and individual level predicates in Spanish S. 89
Lohnstein, Horst:
  Sentence connection as quantificational structure S. 113
Section II: Event nominals
Alexiadou, Artemis:
  Gerund types, the present participle and patterns of derivation S. 139
Kaufmann, Ingrid:
  Referential arguments of nouns and verbs S. 153
Section III: Events in composition
Kratzer, Angelika:
  Building resultatives S. 177
Hole, Daniel:
  Reconciling "possessor" datives and "beneficiary" datives – Towards a unified voice account of dative binding in German S. 213
Abraham, Werner:
  Event arguments and modal verbs S. 243
Section IV: Measuring events
Caudal, Patrick / Nicolas, David:
  Types of degrees and types of event structures S. 277
Eckardt, Regine:
  Too poor to mention: Subminimal events and negative polarity items S. 301
Nakanishi, Kimiko:
  Semantic properties of split topicalization in German S. 331
Author index S. 357
Subject index S. 361