Volume 06 – Issue 1 – 1994

Roberto Musella
Sintagmi nominali definiti ed indefiniti

Rajendra Singh
Generative theory language contact and Modern Hindustani: Two sides of a linguistic story

Alberto A. Sobrero
Code switching in dialectal communities in Italy

Thematic section:

The Syntax of Sentential Negation (continuation of the Special issue 5,2)

Genoveva Puskas
Sentential negation in Hungarian

Maria Luisa Rivero
Negation, imperatives and Wackernagel effect

Raffaella Zanuttini
Speculations on negative imperatives

Maria Grazia Crocco Galèas
Discussione: Analisi di alcuni modelli morfologici (con particolare riferimento alle entità di base)

Volume 06 – Issue 2 – 1994

Special issue:

Linguistic Categorization

Guest editors Stefania Giannini & Romano Lazzeroni

David Cruse
Prototype theory and lexical relations

Dirk Geeraerts
Classical definability and the monosemic bias

Stefania Giannini
Gender grammaticalization polarization in Late Latin and some Italian dialectal areas. A cognitive view

Georges Kleiber
Lexicon et cognition: y a-t-il des termes de base?

Romano Lazzeroni
Rileggendo Benveniste: le relazioni di persona nel verbo

Geoffrey S. Nathan
How the phoneme inventory gets its shape: Cognitive grammar’s view of phonological systems

Paolo Ramat & Davide Ricca
Prototypical adverbs: On the scalarity/radiality of the notion of ADVERB

John R. Taylor
Fuzzy categories in syntax: The case of possessives and compounds in English

Anna Wierzbicka
The universality of taxonomic categorization and the indispensability of the concept ‘kind’

Margaret E. Winters
Who are you talking to? Or, Whom should I say is calling? Language change in the adult grammar