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Abstract

El objetivo de este trabajo es analizar las propiedades empíricas de los verbos de cambio de estado que no especifican léxicamente la dimensión a la que se aplica el cambio – como  –, y examinar las consecuencias teóricas que tiene su existencia para el estudio de la estructura argumental, la diferencia entre verbos ligeros y verbos plenos, y la imbricación entre semántica estructural y semántica conceptual. Se muestra que estos verbos, a los que llamamos predicados adimensionales, se diferencian marcadamente en su comportamiento de los verbos de estado prototípicos, y se argumenta que su existencia apoya una distinción entre la estructura sintáctica del verbo de cambio, por una parte, y la operación conceptual que ancla el cambio a un dominio cognitivo específico.

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2019-10-23
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