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제목 Intentionality, Purpose, and Tasi ‘Again' in Korean
저자 Juwon Lee
권 / 호 26권 / 2호
출처
논문게재일 2018. 6. 30.
초록(국문)

Lee, Juwon. (2018). Intentionality, Purpose, and Tasi 'Again' in Korean. The Linguistic Association of Korea Journal, 26(2), 147-173. In this article, I introduce a peculiar repetitive reading of the adverb tasi again in Korean (called purpose-repetitive reading), and show that prior analyses (using lexical, structural, or semantic taxonomy-based approaches) in the literature cannot account for this new reading. Some crucial properties of purpose-repetitive readings are discussed. As the name suggests, this reading entails that an agent has a purpose, and presupposes that an agent previously had the same purpose. An alternative account involving omission of the purposive clause is shown not to be able to account for purpose-repetitive readings. Thus, I propose a new lexical entry for tasi again (i.e., the purposive tasi) adapting the lexical semantic analysis in Beck (2005) and using the modality of the agent's intention à la Inman (1993). Finally, I show that purpose-repetitive readings are also possible for more complex constructions like serial verb constructions and resultative constructions in Korean.

초록(영문)

Lee, Juwon. (2018). Intentionality, Purpose, and Tasi 'Again' in Korean. The Linguistic Association of Korea Journal, 26(2), 147-173. In this article, I introduce a peculiar repetitive reading of the adverb tasi again in Korean (called purpose-repetitive reading), and show that prior analyses (using lexical, structural, or semantic taxonomy-based approaches) in the literature cannot account for this new reading. Some crucial properties of purpose-repetitive readings are discussed. As the name suggests, this reading entails that an agent has a purpose, and presupposes that an agent previously had the same purpose. An alternative account involving omission of the purposive clause is shown not to be able to account for purpose-repetitive readings. Thus, I propose a new lexical entry for tasi again (i.e., the purposive tasi) adapting the lexical semantic analysis in Beck (2005) and using the modality of the agent's intention à la Inman (1993). Finally, I show that purpose-repetitive readings are also possible for more complex constructions like serial verb constructions and resultative constructions in Korean.

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  8.이주원.pdf
  8.이주원.hwp
 
 
 
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