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Title: La excepción en la gramática española
Subtitle: Perspectivas de análisis.
Edited By: Carsten Sinner
Alfonso Zamorano Aguilar
URL: http://www.ibero-americana.net/cgi-bin/infodetail.cgi?isbn=&doknr=521506&lang=e
Series Title: Lingüística Iberoamericana, 41
Description:

La excepción (anomalía o irregularidad frente a analogía o regla) en la
gramática (y, específicamente, en la española) se constituye como un
aspecto esencial y constitutivo de cualquier sistema lingüístico sometido a
norma y codificación. Desde el ámbito de la investigación ha sido y es un
tema de controversia y discusión científica notable desde las más
divergentes tradiciones teóricas. En este sentido, el presente volumen
aborda el problema de la excepción desde las perspectivas sincrónica e
historiográfica y desarrolla los siguientes temas de interés: cuestiones
relativas a la tradición del concepto de “excepción”, de su tratamiento y
descripción; la terminología pertinente, así como los criterios
considerados por los gramáticos en general o en determinados autores en
concreto; y, finalmente, las diferentes posiciones teóricas defendidas a lo
largo de la historia de la gramática española.

Recoge contribuciones de Julio Arenas Olleta, María Luisa Calero Vaquera,
Magdalena Coll, Andreas Dufter, Elmar Eggert, Vera Eilers, Éva Feig, Juan
Luis Girón Alconchel, Claudia Polzin-Haumann, Carsten Sinner y Alfonso
Zamorano Aguilar.

Publication Year: 2010
Publisher: Iberoamericana / Vervuert Verlag
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Linguistic Field(s): Historical Linguistics
Linguistic Theories
Syntax
Subject Language(s): Spanish
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Format: Paperback
ISBN-13: 9788484895060
Pages: 280
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