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ven. 23/02/2024 Atelier R#1 - Initiation à R
MSH-LSE : Salle J. Sontag

Cet atelier offrira une introduction à R et R Studio, en expliquant leur fonctionnement et en abordant quelques notions de base. L'atelier est ouvert à tous. Merci de contacter Jennifer Krzonowski pour indiquer votre présence. This workshop will involve an introduction to R and R Studio, explaining their operation and covering some basic concepts. The workshop is open to all; please contact Jennifer Krzonowski to confirm your attendance.


ven. 23/02/2024 [Séminaire DiLiS] Associated motion in the context of Talmy’s motion typology
MSH-LSE, salle Bollier
Conférence de :
  • Kazuhiro Kawachi ((Keio University, Tokyo))

dans le cadre DILIS



This talk discusses how associated motion (AM) should be situated in Tamy’s motion typology (1985, 1991, 2000b).
Levinson & Wilkins (2006) and Guillaume (2016) describe morphological AM constructions as unusual in that they do not fit in any of the patterns in the framework of Talmy’s motion typology – the fact of motion shows up not in the verb root, but in a grammatical morpheme (specifically, in a verb affix), unlike in constructions of any typological type proposed to exist by Talmy, either the satellite-framed or verb-framed type, where the fact of motion is expressed by the verb root.
However, Talmy’s motion typology is that of event integration, which concerns complex motion events (macro-events) made up of a main event (framing event) component and a secondary event (co-event) component: in the case of motion events as macro-events, the framing event component consists of the fact of motion and the path of motion, whereas the co-event component is, for example, a manner or cause of motion. Therefore, AM, which is conceptualized in a way that the verb event is the main event and the motion is secondary, is not a type of macro-event that Talmy’s typology deals with (Kawachi 2021).
Nevertheless, according to Dryer (2021), the same forms can be used as directionals and as AM markers in various languages. Based on this, the present study points out that because morphological directionals are satellites, languages with morphological AM markers are likely to be satellite-framed languages with morphological (affixal) path satellites, unless the morphological markers used for AM are exclusively devoted to AM. It also shows that satellite-framed languages with adverbial path satellites but no or only a limited number of morphological path satellites (e.g., English) can have a syntactic construction (e.g., Sam carefully broke the eggs into the bowl in Goldberg 1995: 171) that can be analyzed as similar to a type of AM construction in languages with morphological satellites (e.g., Hungarian in Eguchi 2017: 56−57; Kupsapiiny in Kawachi Under review, ms.). Other similar constructions that are characteristically found in satellite-framed languages (those for the lateral motion of the line of sight and for the axial motion of the line of sight: Talmy 1996, 2000a) will also be discussed in comparison with AM constructions.

Dryer, Matthew S. 2021. Associated motion and directionals: Where they overlap. In Guillaume & Koch (eds.) Associated Motion, 129-162. Berlin/Boston: De Gruyter Mouton.
Eguchi, Kiyoko. 2017. Hangarii-go no idoo hyoogen (Motion expressions in Hungarian). In Yo Matsumoto (ed.) Idoo-hyoogen no ruikeiron (Typology of motion expressions), 39–64. Tokyo: Kuroshio.
Goldberg, Adele E. 1995. Constructions: A construction grammar approach to argument structure. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Guillaume, Antoine. 2016. Associated motion in South America: Typological and areal perspectives. Linguistic Typology 20 (1). 81–177.
Kawachi, Kazuhiro. 2021. The ‘along’–deictic-directional verb suffix complex in Kupsapiny. In Antoine Guillaume and Harold Koch (eds.) Associated Motion, pp.747–777. Berlin & Boston: De Gruyter Mouton.
Kawachi, Kazuhiro. Under review. Degrees of grammaticalization and crosslinguistic implicational hierarchies: An investigation of the associated motion constructions in Kupsapiiny.
Kawachi, Kazuhiro. ms. Deictic directionals in Kupsapiiny.
Levinson, Stephen C. & David P. Wilkins. 2006. Patterns in the data: Toward a semantic typology of spatial description. In Stephen C. Levinson & David P. Wilkins (eds.), Grammars of space: Explorations in cognitive diversity, 512–552. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Talmy, Leonard. 1985. Lexicalization patterns. In Timothy Shopen (ed.), Language typology and syntactic description, Volume 3: Grammatical categories and the lexicon, 57–149. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Talmy, Leonard. 1991. Path to realization: A typology of event conflation. Proceedings of the 17th annual meeting of the Berkeley linguistics society, 480–519. Berkeley, CA: Berkeley Linguistics Society.
Talmy, Leonard. 1996. Fictive motion in language and ‘ception’. In Paul Bloom, Merrill F. Garrett, Lynn Nadel, and Mary A. Peterson. (eds.) Language and space, 211–276. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
Talmy, Leonard. 2000a. Toward a cognitive semantics, Vol. I: Concept Structuring Systems. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
Talmy, Leonard. 2000b. Toward a cognitive semantics, Vol. II: Typology and process in concept structuring. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

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