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On deverbal word formation as condensation of previous mental patterns

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Abstract

This chapter approaches the lexigenetic processes of deverbalization. It raises the question whether we simply come across words as we speak or, rather, use them as a starting point. Although there is a feeling to believe the former and to argue that there are parallel <i>predicactantial</i> processes, both analytical and synthetic, this paper still attempts to comprehend the process of production of new words in which the <i>signifies</i>, in a dynamic sense, are successively immersed within a continuum, between two states of synchrony. Keywords: lexigenetic processes, deverbalization, conceptualization

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