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2016 | 7 |
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Gramatyka kognitywna jako przejaw zwrotu pragmatycznego w językoznawstwie

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The article investigates the position of pragmatics within the theory of Cognitive Grammar. The author’s aim is to verify the hypothesis that Ronald Langacker’s theory fits into the picture of post-Chomskyian linguistics, which began after the so-called pragmatic turn. To support this idea, different examples of the key role of pragmatics for the framework are provided, including the ones pertaining to the general assumptions of the theory (its usage-based nature) as well as the account of the meaning of individual linguistic units (the encyclopedic approach to meaning).
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Celem artykułu jest określenie pozycji pragmatyki w teorii gramatyki kognitywnej. Autor stara się udowodnić, że teoria Ronalda Langackera wpisuje się w obraz językoznawstwa po tzw. zwrocie pragmatycznym będącym reakcją na model Noama Chomskiego. Aby potwierdzić swoją tezę, omawia różne aspekty gramatyki kognitywnej, w których przejawia się kluczowa rola pragmatyki. Przytaczane są zarówno przykłady odnoszące się do ogólnych założeń teorii (model oparty na uzusie), jak i znaczenia pojedynczych jednostek językowych (podejście encyklopedyczne).
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7
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2016
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2017-06-30
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