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Title: L'evenement en tant qu'effet de la conceptualisation d'une situation : quelques observations sur le rapport entre aspect semantique, aspect grammatical, aspect syntaxique et la facon de conceptualiser la situation
Authors: Kwapisz-Osadnik, Katarzyna
Keywords: Aspectuality; conceptualization; event; process
Issue Date: 2014
Citation: Neophilologica, T. 26 (2014), s. 23-35
Abstract: In the following article we look into the question of the aspectuality — such aspectuality which can be observed at the grammatical, semantic and syntactic-discourse levels. The investigation is set in the Framework of cognitive linguistics, especially in J.-P. Desclés’ conception of the event and R. Langacker’s cognitive grammar. Upon presenting various points of view concerning the notion of the event and the category of the aspect, we propose analysis of the sentences which are the result of the process conceptualization of the events and then those sentences which stem from the event conceptualization of the states and processes. We observe that the aspectuality as an effect of processing situational data already forms at the cognitive level. In other words, the event dimension of the proposition content is not limited to the mere addition of various aspects (these aspects are often mutually exclusive), but it reflects the simultaneous configuration of the aspectual, temporal, actant and modal data at the conceptualization level.
ISSN: 0208-5550
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