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- July 18th, 2013, 2:58 am
- Forum: Grammars
- Topic: Funk - A Beginning-Intermediate Grammar of Hellenistic Greek
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As a dabbler in matters greek and linguistic it seems to me that Bloomfieldian Descriptive Linguistics was a bigger influence on BIGHG than Generativism - note the references to Gleason in numerous places in the work. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henry_Allan_Gleason_(linguist) http://www.glottopedia...
I'm not sure that Mike Aubrey has got that quite right. I'm a bit of a newbie to Discourse Grammar (though many many years ago was partially inducted into a particular school of pragmatics that gets passing mention in Steve Runge's book, namely Relevance Theory) but on my reading I think Steve would...
- July 4th, 2013, 4:16 am
- Forum: Pragmatics and Discourse
- Topic: Koine Discourse Analysis/Grammar Essentials+
- Replies: 1
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Hi Folks Anyone compiled or want to suggest a graded list of essential reading on Koine Discourse Analysis/Discourse Grammar? It would be a real help to a newbie like myself who has read a fair chunk of S. Runge's DGGNT but wants to get a more rounded picture of the field and a little understanding ...
Hi Folks My name is Hefin Jones - some of the folk who've been on this list for years might remember me from my time on the list back in the early-mid naughties. I'm a Welshman currently resident in Sydney, Australia. A graduate of the University of London (Computing & Cognition), and of Moore Theol...