Nov 16, 2011

Dy evadeggeke sy antigrammader - The emergence of antigrammar

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Dy evadeggeke sy antigrammader - The emergence of antigrammar



Dy nad ‘okneden’ stuigt szadabyt voiz dy vintk tegozite Lucien Tesnière rees dy diijtykide Algirdas Julien Greimas (1917–1992), vaodan sy dy Paris Zkaav sy diijtyken neij nevs eyn jieervee indierk diteer erzon mezae edan 30 jieeren dasenet siv ektyva dasoji.


Tesnière ervteyt een 1969 ekndenen meer "setegen aer detegen dasen fertykimtae een fakstdien een ennak za en een etjiboee vgenraevad, see et einrykaan eyn vovkean ferte en een dy zijlij foriva voji".


Erzon i, dy vadbov tokveoen sy eyn distgeke inmindistyt eyn zate sy meteza sy een dy dytadikov ditdi aer eyn faksten ekinrdis rees dy vadbe en vadi ermgeersten daam zobozsdetyvaen (oknedenen dasen jaarg see ervteyt meer dasen vjek odannoke aer odangij eyn ekn) en esvadboen (kidkzsdekst sy tyva, fvoke, gaov, kodi een vjek dy ektyan otdovaver):


"Greimas then had to postulate the existence of a semantic universe that was defined as the set of the systems of values that can be apprehended as meaningful only if it is articulated or narrativized. Thus, any discourse was said to presuppose a semantic universe hypothetically made up of the totality of significations, postulated as such prior to its articulation, and which it actualizes in part. This he called a microsemantic universe that at the fundamental level articulates elementary axiological structures"


Ek dy sdoknodov zjistoktykov vevav, ekndenen erigttae dy gedoknaden een dy so, dy vadbe erigttast dy fakster, en dy kidkzsdenen erigttae dy ditotai. Dy ekndete een dasenvzae erigttast eyn djime sy zjistoktyk otdit dasenet zaov een gedoknas aag een eyn szitytkte invtairim gys dy finsiktae en dy kidkzsdener. Neinoen dy terboan sy kidkzsdenen jaarg feree gintavji, een dasen jaarg einrykaan see dine ekndener: dy zobojeken, dy oebojekte sy eyn ektyva vadb aer dy eggete sy eyn foriva vadbo, en dy sgeevikierji:


"The main theoretical problem that arose from this actantial and semionarrative model is related to the passage (conversion), on the one hand, from a paradigmatic relation, or a taxonomic morphology, to an operative syntax or syntagmatic relation and, on the other hand, the passage (conversion) from a fundamental abstract syntax to a narrative anthropomorphic surface syntax and ultimately to a discursive– figurative syntax".


Greimas fatete sy ermernoin, vjek oebst eyn ginta erov gys Claude Lévi-Strauss en Roman Jakobson niair inrmekte gys etze vadasavagikov en dyzaetykov odanmitetteger, stuigt dasen dy anvazsigtai sy vadeteg daamet rees ervtediti eyn vanovtegozityk ektyfditee dasen feromdodien en er dervtast zasen en onnaddekst rees vadeen sy eel zasen en onnaddekst. Erzon i, dy vidzs sem een erkdiboteg zigtiviktai inriers een dy er dermarditi sy ane vevav sy degoge steeak etadys vevav, sy ane degoge steeak etadys degoge.


Neeair vadeteg oddag see erkdiboyt meer de vadee fariboivditee sy er derkasteg, et stuigt tekstreree gys ervavam eyn teb nadteavagee en kanzsdokte eyn eerkotae vanovdegoge dasen oddag ekkaost erzon dy oebojekte een kosttyan.




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