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The author shows in a very convincing way that while French and English adpositional systems mainly coincide for clear cases of control e. The processing of these intermediary situations will be thus determined by the choices made in each language. It clearly echoes the first paper on D-Link DES-5024 genesis of spatial adpositions and, at the same time, offers a parallel analysis of French and English data, as in the previous contribution. The central question emphasized in this text is: Ease or difficulty is also determined by e the facility of the access e. This theoretical design is slightly different from the analysis originally proposed in Vandeloisewhere distance was given a more central paper.
In terms of perspective, to in the complex prepositions near to or close to denotes the prospective final position of the target in a motion, whereas from in far from introduces its origin. Moreover, near to and close to are better fitted for spatial situations with a moving target as well as for temporal or notional descriptions than for static spatial situations. For the sake of the demonstration, Vandeloise resorts to a simplified version of the implicational scale or hierarchy of relationships set out in D-Link DES-5024 first of the three papers of this special issue. The hierarchy is mainly focused on French whose locative adpositions are supposed to materialize the meaning components commented on in the text.
The first elements that pull away from the root of the hierarchy most general locative marker are the dynamic adpositions entailing an exchange of forces like dans containment and sur support. According to Vandeloise, sous is less dynamic than dans and sur but more functional than the adpositions relying on the notion of localization. A last question remains to be addressed in relation with adpositions of horizontal separation or proximity: Vandeloise keeps the two options opened and adds a third scenario in which proximity terms would have developed independently of the present hierarchy of spatial relationships. Several elements support the idea that proximity adpositions may have emerged in a quite independent and late manner, specifically their morphologically complex form and the various status of the elements they are made up of e. In spite of proximity adpositions conveying a quite general notion possibly involved in most spatial configurations, Vandeloise claims that it is not a surprise that dynamic markers denoting containment or support emerge first in the diachronic development of languages phylogeny: In fact, languages are devised to D-Link DES-5024 our adjustement to the world and to D-Link DES-5024.
Of course, these very rich and impressive analyses are not free from weaknesses and a series of criticisms could surely be made in relation with specific points. Let us mention two or three of them by way of example. In relation with the second paper, for instance, one could expect to be provided D-Link DES-5024 a more detailed description of motion verbs internal structure when claiming the application of the principle of anticipation to some predicates e.
Another criticism could be D-Link DES-5024 to the implicational scale or hierarchy of spatial concepts proposed in the first paper and taken up in a simplified version in the last work on proximity. As indicated, this hierarchy is crucially based on the opposition between exchange of forces dynamic adpositions and mere localization. It could be argued D-Link DES-5024, by focusing on forces, Vandeloise leaves aside many other functional factors e. The first one is the true impetus wh This family resemblance shows itself through the formation of usage rules one or more for an adpositionbased on the impetus or on a subset of its constituent features —and accompanied by selection restrictions, if needed.
Vandeloise was worried about confronting his analyses and assumptions to other data, approaches D-Link DES-5024 domains. Throughout his academic career, he showed a great interest for the results and debates arising in three specific areas: While maintaining a clear consistency with most of his previous work, they also emphasize the specific points and debates in which the author was involved shortly before his death in August May the publication of these last studies contribute to introduce or reintroduce research fellows and students into a rich and prolific thinking, beyond ephemeral trends and a publication race that often induces us to prioritize alleged novelties.
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