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  • N. Fodor, János (Erdélyi Múzeum-Egyesület, 2013)
    The structuralist model of language change records the universal change mechanism of sound shift within the phonologization process. The essence of the model is that a sound change triggers a chain reaction affecting the ...
  • Szilágyi N., Sándor (Erdélyi Múzeum-Egyesület, 2013)
    A century ago analogy was treated as one of the most important underlying principles in explaining linguistic phenomena. Later, due to the ascension of the generative paradigm, leading linguists have lost their interest ...
  • Fehér, Krisztina (Erdélyi Múzeum-Egyesület, 2013)
    In recent years, analogy as an explanatory principle of linguistic mechanisms has only had a somewhat unspectacular presence. As it is known, analogy was put on the methodological blacklist by classical Chomskian linguistics, ...
  • Kádár, Edit; Szilágyi N., Sándor (Erdélyi Múzeum-Egyesület, 2013)
    A kötet tanulmányai együttesen jó alkalmat biztosítanak az analógia és a vele kapcsolatos kérdések továbbgondolásához. Egy részük elméleti szinten közelíti meg az analógia problémáját, mind a szinkronikus működés, mind a ...
  • Szentgyörgyi, Rudolf (Erdélyi Múzeum-Egyesület, 2013)
    The diachronic description of a language, studying language change together with the system of its mechanisms and causes, cannot do without the notion of analogy – a notion that is not at all unproblematic for synchronic ...
  • Neuberger, Tilda (Erdélyi Múzeum-Egyesület, 2013)
    Analogy is a conceptual strategy that enables children to make connections between new information and stored knowledge. Preschool- and school-age children use various grammatical structures in their spontaneous speech and ...
  • Fóris, Ágota (Erdélyi Múzeum-Egyesület, 2013)
    The paper aims to provide a theoretical approach to the question whether the method of analogy has justification in science, and more precisely in linguistics. Interpreting the concept of analogy leads to highlighting the ...
  • Alberti, Gábor (Erdélyi Múzeum-Egyesület, 2013)
    This paper provides numerous Hungarian examples and detailed analyses in order to convince the reader that the morphological and syntactic realization of argument structures of verbs cannot be accounted for (merely) on the ...
  • Farkas Judit (Erdélyi Múzeum-Egyesület, 2013)
    This paper examined -hAtÓ and -AndÓ constructions that appear in predicative use. The syntactic behavior of these constructions – as opposed to adjectives in predicative use – is similar to that of verbs in that their ...
  • Kugler, Nóra (Erdélyi Múzeum-Egyesület, 2013)
    This paper presents the fi ndings of a corpus-based analysis of six Hungarian expressions with evidential or epistemic-inferential (epistential) meaning. Linked by both phonological and semantic similarities, the expressions ...
  • Benő, Attila (Erdélyi Múzeum-Egyesület, 2013)
    The article presents the function of acoustic patterns (Szilágyi 2004) in analogical linguistic processes. Analyzing the common features of Hungarian onomatopoetic verb groups’ phonetic structure, the author considers that ...
  • Máthé, Zsolt (Erdélyi Múzeum-Egyesület, 2013)
    Analogy as a term has several different interpretations in linguistics. My paper is based on the explanation elaborated mainly by Dedre Gentner and her colleagues – a theory that can be particularly useful in the study of ...
  • Gyarmathy, Zsófia (Erdélyi Múzeum-Egyesület, 2013)
    In the present paper, I propose a method to account for analogical effects through the use of categorization based on informational links in the paradigm which are extracted from the data using the formal system of Formal ...
  • Kálmán, László (Erdélyi Múzeum-Egyesület, 2013)
    The paper challenges the traditional view that expressions have “proper uses”, often called their “literal meaning”, and other, “fi gurative”, e.g., metaphorical uses. The paper argues that models that posit literal, ...

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