2021-08-18Zeitschriftenartikel DOI: 10.1515/zgl-2021-2030
Bedeutung und Weltwissen in der Konstruktionsgrammatik. Holistik oder Modularität?
Sprach- und literaturwissenschaftliche Fakultät
Empirical and theoretical arguments are presented against a framesemantic grounding of construction grammar and thus against a holistic unification of meaning and world knowledge. A modular conception is the basis of the interplay between construction and projection in Goldberg (1995). Goldberg’s attempt to include frame semantics is at odds with this foundation and must be considered a failure. The same is true for the continuation by Boas (2003). The argumentation is supplemented, among other things, by the reference to the contrast of a perceptual system and a linguistic system of cognition in cognitive psychology and by the necessity to take a modular concept as a basis in the area of syntactic-semantic ambiguity of sentences.
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