The importance of the Prague School for the rise of structuralism and for integration of the theoretical linguistics of today can hardly be overestimated. The volume brings together 13 papers showing the main results of the research of the Prague School and of its continuation in the domains of phonemics and written language, morphemics and word formation, lexicon, syntax and semantics, text structures, stylistics and typology. The authors all actively contributed to the domain they are treating here.... the whole grammar on structural and functional principles was made by Mathesius (1936) in his essay On some problems of the systematic analysis of grammar. ... (SPM) under discussion, it seems appropriate to succinctly present Mathesiusa#39; conception of grammatical analysis. ... the purpose of communication through speech, and identifiable from their realizations in particular utterancesaquot; ( 1975:13).
|Title||:||The Prague School of Structural and Functional Linguistics|
|Publisher||:||John Benjamins Publishing - 1994-01-01|