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    Costas Canakis,Angeliki Athanasiadou,Bert Cornillie
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Subjectification is a widespread phenomenon and has emerged as a most pervasive tendency in diachronic semantic change (Traugott) and synchronic semantic extension (Langacker).

Subjectification is a widespread phenomenon and has emerged as a most pervasive tendency in diachronic semantic change (Traugott) and synchronic semantic extension (Langacker). The challenge for every single paper is to show whether the two major approaches (Langacker´s and Traugott´s) can possibly be integrated or whether they are fundamentally different.

Subjectification is a widespread phenomenon and has emerged as a most . Angeliki Athanasiadou, Costas Canakis, Bert Cornillie.

Subjectification is a widespread phenomenon and has emerged as a most pervasive tendency in diachronic semantic change (Traugott) and in synchronic semantic extension (Langacker). Its importance is increasingly valued despite the fact that it is an area that has been treated differently by different scholars. One of the book's objectives is to generate a clearer understanding of the two major models of subjectivity, to see where they can meet but also where intrinsic differences present barriers to any integration.

Subjectification: Various Paths to Subjectivity. Adjectives and Subjectivity, in: A. Athanasiadou, Costas Canakis, Bert Cornillie (ed. Subjectification: Various Paths to Subjectivity

Subjectification: Various Paths to Subjectivity. Mouton de Gruyter, CLR series 31, pp. 1-13. A. Athanasiadou (2006). Subjectification: Various Paths to Subjectivity. 209-239. Athanasiadou (2007). On the subjectivity of intensifiers. Before and after: Relations of anteriority and posteriority along 'paths' of conceptual structure.

Angeliki Athanasiadou. Angeliki Athanasiadou. ubjectification is a widespread phenomenon and has emerged as a most pervasive tendency in diachronic semantic change (Traugott) and synchronic semantic extension (Langacker).

Various Paths to Subjectivity . Ed. by Athanasiadou, Angeliki, Canakis, Costas, Cornillie, Bert. Another objective is to speculate on whether the notions of subjectivity and subjectification have reshaped our understanding of grammar. Angeliki Athanasiadou,Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece; Costas Canakis, University of the Aegean, Mytilene, Lesvos, Greece; Bert Cornillie, Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium. Part of: eBook-Paket 2006 englischsprachige Linguistik, eBook Package 2006 Linguistics Titles in English.

From conditions to conditionals: social, cognitive, and linguistic aspects of the process .

From conditions to conditionals: social, cognitive, and linguistic aspects of the process of conceptualisation. Network or chains of meanings of conditionals; success and failure in social interaction. In collaboration with Prof.

Athanasiadou, Angeliki, Canakis, Costas & Cornillie, Bert (ed. Various paths to subjectivity. Gradience and linguistic change

Athanasiadou, Angeliki, Canakis, Costas & Cornillie, Bert (ed. Berlin and New York: Mouton de Gruyter. Gradience and linguistic change. In Brinton, Laurel (e., Historical linguistics 1999: Selected papers from the 14th International Conference on Historical Linguistics, Vancouver, August 1999 (Current Issues in Linguistic Theory 215), 119–44. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

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Published October 2006 by Mouton de Gruyter.

Subjectification is a widespread phenomenon and has emerged as a most pervasive tendency in diachronic semantic change (Traugott) and synchronic semantic extension (Langacker). The papers of this thematic volume emphasize the importance of the particular process and also develop and extend it beyond currently available published research. The challenge for every single paper is to show whether the two major approaches (Langacker´s and Traugott´s) can possibly be integrated or whether they are fundamentally different. The papers also investigate whether we have a continuum from highly subjective to more objective, whether subjective need be opposed to objective, or whether subjective may also be understood in contrast to neutral, which is often the case in Traugott's examples of grammaticalization. Furthermore, the issue of intersubjectivity, i.e., putting the addressee's perspective onstage, is also discussed.