The embodied sources of purpose expressions in Latin

Short William Michael; Nuti Andrea; Knighton Erik; Brucale Luisa And Mocciaro Egle; Fedriani Chiara; Buccheri Alessandro; Wharton David; Roby Courtney Ann; Devereaux Jennifer J.

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The chapter examines the phrasal means of encoding the semantic role of purpose in Latin. After discussing the notion of semantic role and its use in cognitive linguistics, we illustrate the conceptual relation between the notional domains of space and causation. On this basis, we analyze the source of purpose expressions in Latin, which are mainly based on direction (bare dative and the allative markers, i.e. ad/in + accusative), but also include prepositional phrases metaphorically derived from location (e.g. per + accusative, prō + ablative, propter + accusative), or metonymically spreading from reason to purpose (as in the case of causal markers such as genitive + causā and gratiā).
Lingua originaleEnglish
Titolo della pubblicazione ospiteEmbodiment in Latin Semantics
Pagine85-114
Numero di pagine30
Volume174
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2016

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Short William Michael; Nuti Andrea; Knighton Erik; Brucale Luisa And Mocciaro Egle; Fedriani Chiara; Buccheri Alessandro; Wharton David; Roby Courtney Ann; Devereaux Jennifer J. (2016). The embodied sources of purpose expressions in Latin. In Embodiment in Latin Semantics (Vol. 174, pagg. 85-114). (STUDIES IN LANGUAGE COMPANION SERIES).

The embodied sources of purpose expressions in Latin. / Short William Michael; Nuti Andrea; Knighton Erik; Brucale Luisa And Mocciaro Egle; Fedriani Chiara; Buccheri Alessandro; Wharton David; Roby Courtney Ann; Devereaux Jennifer J.

Embodiment in Latin Semantics. Vol. 174 2016. pag. 85-114 (STUDIES IN LANGUAGE COMPANION SERIES).

Risultato della ricerca: Chapter

Short William Michael; Nuti Andrea; Knighton Erik; Brucale Luisa And Mocciaro Egle; Fedriani Chiara; Buccheri Alessandro; Wharton David; Roby Courtney Ann; Devereaux Jennifer J. 2016, The embodied sources of purpose expressions in Latin. in Embodiment in Latin Semantics. vol. 174, STUDIES IN LANGUAGE COMPANION SERIES, pagg. 85-114.
Short William Michael; Nuti Andrea; Knighton Erik; Brucale Luisa And Mocciaro Egle; Fedriani Chiara; Buccheri Alessandro; Wharton David; Roby Courtney Ann; Devereaux Jennifer J. The embodied sources of purpose expressions in Latin. In Embodiment in Latin Semantics. Vol. 174. 2016. pag. 85-114. (STUDIES IN LANGUAGE COMPANION SERIES).
Short William Michael; Nuti Andrea; Knighton Erik; Brucale Luisa And Mocciaro Egle; Fedriani Chiara; Buccheri Alessandro; Wharton David; Roby Courtney Ann; Devereaux Jennifer J. / The embodied sources of purpose expressions in Latin. Embodiment in Latin Semantics. Vol. 174 2016. pagg. 85-114 (STUDIES IN LANGUAGE COMPANION SERIES).
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