'Hyperonyme', 'métonymie intégrée', 'trait catégoriel' : des coquilles dans le Livre de la sémantique

Abstract : This paper argues in favour of the experiential origins of concept formation. It shows that a phenomenological perspective accounts for the openness and creativity of concepts as reflected by lexical items. The semantic behaviour of lexical items does not warrant a fixed series of properties. This is shown with reference to problems created by categorical traits, hyperonyms, and the assessment of the information / object polysemy in the analysis of the French noun livre 'book'. The openness involves thematical, praxeological and discursive aspects that will each be defined.
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Franck Lebas. 'Hyperonyme', 'métonymie intégrée', 'trait catégoriel' : des coquilles dans le Livre de la sémantique. Langages, Armand Colin (Larousse jusqu'en 2003), 2008, pp.88-108. ⟨halshs-00595466⟩

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