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Bringing together four eminent Seventeenth century philosophers and investigating educational background, preferred language(s), reading habits as well as writing strategies, this book offers a vivid illustration of the important part played by Rhetoric in the making of Early Enlightenment ...
Neil R. Leroux
Using meticulous rhetorical analysis of several important Luther texts, this book examines how he offers comfort to those who are facing their own death or who are coming to terms with the death of loved ones.
Edited by Roland Boer
Paperback edition is available from the Society of Biblical Literature (www.sbl-site.org)
Constitutes a quest for discourse and pragmatic features responsible for so-called optional grammatical choices. This book highlights those features of Romanian grammar which can be most satisfactorily explained by the interaction between grammar and various discourse and pragmatic strategies.
Following an extensive study of Ezekiel 18 and 20, this book offers a redefinition and a new theoretical basis for the concept of corporate personality. This theory is subsequently applied to Ezekiel 18 and 20 to analyze the collective and individual features.
Edited by Sjef Barbiers, Olaf Koeneman, Marika Lekakou and Margreet van der Ham
Contains seventeen papers on microvariation in syntactic doubling. This work provides an overview of the syntactic doubling phenomena attested and of the theoretical analyses available. It discusses the syntactic doubling phenomena including, among others, subject pronoun doubling, WH pronoun ...
Presents an overview and introduction to Lexical Functional Grammar (LFG), a theory of the content and representation of different aspects of linguistic structure and the relations that hold between them. This book also presents a theory of semantics and the syntax-semantics interface.
Edited by Robert D. Borsley
For any theory of syntax, questions arise about its classificatory scheme: What are the categories? What properties do they have? And, How do they relate to each other? This book contains essays that address these questions by inquiring whether there is a distinction between lexical and ...
Edited by Erhard Hinrichs, Andreas Kathol and Tsuneko Nakazawa
Covers research in complex predicates within a variety of languages, such as German, Dutch, Italian, French, Korean and Urdu. This work focuses on diverse aspects of complex predicate phenomena, including order variation, constituency relations, interactions with other construction types, ...
Edited by Peter Culicover and Louise McNally
Contains a collection of essays which explore the ways in which greater incorporation of nonsyntactic explanations into linguistic research may deepen the understanding of problematic linguistic phenomena and, at the same time, strengthen syntactic research. It also addresses the status of ...
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