Concepción Cabrillana

Concepción Cabrillana
University of Santiago de Compostela | USC · Departamento de Latín y Griego

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This paper aims at an accurate and detailed analysis of some of the main echoes of the Latin comedy of Plautus and Terence in Morean epigrams. The fundamental Greek background from which More's epigrams spring is somehow enriched by the Latin contributions by virtue, among other factors, of the cultural legacy of the language in which the humanist...
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In previous studies, the difficulty in distinguishing the functions of Subject Complement (SubjC) and Praedicativum (P) has been discussed; the question continues to raise difficulties. In addition to qualify its (no)mandatory presence from the syntactic-semantic and pragmatic points of view, in Cabrillana (2019b) it was proposed an additional way...
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Uno de los primerísimos escritos de Tomás Moro que se conservan es su traducción al latín de un original griego de Luciano de Samósata (s. II d. C.). El texto consta de varios Diálogos y una pieza retórica –“El tiranicida”–, a la que Moro añade su propia respuesta. En ella revela parte de su pensamiento inicial, que desarrollará más tarde en sus pr...
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This paper aims (i) to distinguish a number of basic semantic notions that may be subject to copularization processes (existence-eventuality, location-position, or [fictitious] elative movement), and (ii) to identify and illustrate various linguistic contexts and constructions that might have catalyzed these processes to a greater or lesser extent,...
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Detailed examination of the presence and use of Latin comic sources in Thomas More’s work has been the subject of little systematic investigation. Among other aspects, the variety of perspectives from which these sources are handled in More’s writings, and the diverse functionality that they are endowed with, make this analysis somewhat complex. Th...
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A partir del concepto de orden de palabras en latín (§ 1), se comentan sus distintas perspectivas de análisis (§ 2), desde los gramáticos latinos (§ 2.1) a los estudios descriptivos (§ 2.2) o la perspectiva tipológica (§ 2.3), con especial atención al enfoque funcional (§ 2.4): la relación entre orden de palabras y funciones pragmá- ticas (§ 2.4.1)...
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En nominativo se codifican fundamentalmente las funciones de Sujeto1 y Complemento del Sujeto (§ 1.1). Su menor grado de integración sintáctica en al- gunos de sus empleos explica además los denominados usos «agramaticales» del nominativo (§ 1.2). Este caso es marca de función sintáctica, pero no semántica; esta indeterminación semántica hace posib...
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Prototípicamente y desde un punto de vista semántico, las oraciones consecutivas expresan el resultado de una acción o estado expresados en la oración principal y las finales su intención o fin; ambas, sin embargo, comparten un ámbito común: la de la expresión de un resultado buscado (§ 1). Este hecho es una prueba del continuum semántico que puede...
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This paper has its starting point in the searching for the causes of the very high presence of a possible monovalent predicate (fio) in the Peregrinatio Egeriae. The use of fio for the presentation of the development of repeated actions, often rituals, justifies its frequency —especially in the second part of the work—, and, more specifically, the...
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In this paper I intend to explore the different formal tests proposed for the distinction between the Predicative (P) and the use of the attributive of the adjective, and to validate their degree of effectiveness, as well as to propose further disambiguation criteria. Although the problem has been addressed in previous research, no corpus studies h...
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This paper examines the structure in which the verb fio appears with the dative case (D), a structure to which little attention has been paid; prior contributions reveal some confusion and uncertainty, and some conflicting positions are appreciated. The specific aim of this paper is to establish the semantic and syntactic features that presents the...
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La segunda parte de Cartas de un humanista recoge una serie de cartas del período más humanista de Tomás Moro, de actualidad e interés crecientes. La carta, como el diálogo, fue el género favorito de los humanistas, tanto como medio de discusión o debate o como modo familiar de comunicarse. Se ofrece en este segundo volumen la primera traducción d...
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The problematic distinction in Latin between the praedicativum and the subject complement has been the subject of various scholarly discussions; despite progress made here, difficulties in the identification of each of these functions persist. This is the case with the predicate to be the basis for the present study - sto - which, in addition, is n...
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This paper studies the possibility for a concrete structure to assume the function of “Tail”, in what has been understood as extra-clausal pragmatic function and right-dislocated: the construction with the verb dico. In addition, a specific characterization of that structure is made. Research shows that such structures can be, indeed, Tails. Their...
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Constituents generically called Secondary predicates or Predicativa have raised an increasing interest in recent years both in general linguistics as in the field of Latin linguistics. Although some progress has been made, the issue continues to pose questions and problems of a different nature. This paper aims at (i) to present briefly the main pr...
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This paper aims at establishing and characterising the complementation patterns of two Latin verbs which can have the semantic value of a “commercial transaction” type; this is a minor and barely studied meaning of sto and consto (“to cost”). After investigating the type of argument structures in other languages, I analyze the situation in Latin, a...
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This article addresses Thomas More's use of an especially complex Latin predicate, fio, as a means of examining the degree of classicism in this aspect of his writing. To this end, the main lexical-semantic and syntactic features of the verb in Classical Latin are presented, and a comparative review is made of More's use of the predicate—and also i...
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This article addresses Thomas More’s use of an especially complex Latin predicate, fio, as a means of examining the degree of classicism in this aspect of his writing. To this end, the main lexical-semantic and syntactic features of the verb in Classical Latin are presented, and a comparative review of More’s use of the predicate —and also in texts...
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This paper considers the specific characteristics of those directives uttered using a copulative verb in Roman comedy. Different variables are included in the analysis: the social status of characters, their gender, the subtype of speech act, and level of compliance implied therein. These variables, as well as an understanding of particular charact...
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This article examines the type of qualities that can be expressed by the Praedicativum in cases in which this secondary predicate is Subject-oriented. More specifically, I will discuss the apparently contradictory situation that occurs in contexts with state verbs and verbs with a semantic notion of permanence and the non-permanent quality attribut...
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The article aims at examining the difficulties raised by the semantic and syntactic characterization of a stative verb —sto— using a methodology that explores the possible similarities of this predicate with other partially related Latin verbs (sum, absum, maneo, permaneo, remaneo, ex(s)isto, ex(s)to). The application of this methodology on a corpu...
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La vida y los escritos de Tomás Moro (1478-1535) han adquirido mayor actualidad con el correr de los años, y suscitan un interés creciente. Hombre de Estado, canciller, escritor, padre de familia y santo, Moro fue uno de los pilares del humanismo renacentista. Su atractiva personalidad y su importancia histórica y literaria son tan evidentes como s...
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This article aims at the identification of the basic meanings that a Latin verb of a wide semantic content —praesto— includes, and the establishment and characterization of their corresponding structures of complementation. For this purpose, I will carry out (i) a detailed examination of the proposals of the usual lexicons and of what the general s...
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The importance of pragmatics in constituent order is a well known and verified fact. Less consideration has received the study of constraints belonging to other linguistic levels, such as the lexical-semantic level or the cognitive approach. Special attention to such factors is paid in this paper, to explain the patterns that show obligatory consti...
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El artículo examina el diferente comportamiento sintáctico-semántico de dos predicados latinos que tienen en común claras características morfológicas: exsto y exsisto. Como justificación de la distinción mencionada, se propone una hipótesis explicativa de sus diferencias en los aspectos de (i) complementación sintáctica (distinto grado de explicit...
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The article proposes a broad syntactic-semantic characterization of two related Latin predicates (sto and resto), in which we can perceive a quasi-common semantic area, but also another area of different meanings. The study shows how the preverb's polyvalency of meaning and the shared common semantic base here intersect in various ways; thus, among...
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This paper analyzes directive expressions in Plautus’s Curculio, a comedy with unusual characteristics. The analysis takes into account the social status of those characters who give and receive directive expressions, as well as their gender and the pragmatic situations which the dramatic context affords them. As a means of explaining the findings...
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The aim of this article is to determine the syntactic- semantic nature of the dative appearing in some constructions of three Latin verbs (maneo, permaneo and remaneo) which share —among others— the semantic notion of «permanence». After presenting the data provided by the dictionaries and a corpus study, I propose different semantic and complement...
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This paper addresses the problematic issue of the distinction between constituents obligatorily demanded by the predicate for the grammaticality of the construction and elements which are not necessary for this. The issue arises not only from a general perspective, but also in specific cases, such as that of three Latin predicates that share a sema...
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Diversos estudios tipológicos 1 han señalado la existencia de dos estructuras oracionales integradas por un predicado verbal existencial o copulativo, aptas para expresar la noción semántica de Locación, a las que se etiqueta como construcciones Existencial-locativa (ExL) y Locativa (Loc) ilustradas respectivamente por (1a) y (lb): (la) Hay un libr...
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Despite controversial interpretations still existing about More’s expressing (some of) his own opinions in Utopia, the comparison of it with the content of several of his epigrams allows finding certain similarities regarding to the possible political and ethical thought of the author. The article will show these similarities from the analysis of t...
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This study focuses on the analysis of the direct speech between divine and human characters in Vergil's Aeneid, with particular emphasis on the presence of features regarded as familiar and colloquial. Given that the Vergilian epic is a genre habitually regarded as an artificial construction and of a style which distances itself from normal, everyd...
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Since Jules Marouzeau’ work (1910), La phrase à verbe “être” en latin, no joint study had been conducted on the Latin esse that also addressed an analysis of the syntactic-semantic status corresponding to this verb and which, according to this examine how the different constructions it is able of forming can be described and explained. It is, in es...
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§ 1.The parameters which began to undergo a profound change in Late Latin include the marking of definiteness and the gradual fixation of a different word order.1 These two phenomena are brought into connection by M.. Durante's observation (1981, 62) that article development2 is one of the main agents involved3 in the emergence of a fixed order of...
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Los factores diferenciales entre una y otra construccioón han sido captados mediante la "Hipótesis de la Definición" (HD)3, que establece que la distinción radica en la interrelación entre orden de constituyentes y estructura prágmatica, la cual se halla condicionada por la definición/indefinición del termino sujeto: el núcleo de la hipótesis estab...
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The paper surveys a characterization of diverse constructions of Ju/n+Dative from different linguistic levels (Semantic, Syntactic and Pragmatic). Two fundamental questions are particularly dealt with: the syntactic insertion in the hierarchical structure of the clause and the possible SF of the Datives examined. The proposed solutions take into ac...
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El orden de palabras es cuestión que suscita un gran interés en la investigación lingüistica; este interés se acrecienta, si cabe, cuando se abordan las transformaciones constatables en el proceso evolutivo de una lengua originaria basta su resultado final: es el caso del latín y las lenguas romances. En efecto, este aspecto ha sido considerado por...
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One of the main issues posed in the field of pragmatics regards, by and large, the definition, characterization and, therefore, the typology of the functions that can be established within it. Difficulties arise, in particular, when analysing the application of general criteria to a given dead language. This paper shall study, as a prior question,...
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El trabajo analiza el comportamiento de la expresión casual adoptada por los complementos adverbales que aparecen en el latín clásico con verbos poseedores de un contenido semántico de movimiento (uenio y eo). El propósito de este análisis es determinar el punto hasta el cual los papeles del verbo y del complemento adverbal determinan la marca de c...
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El presente artículo analiza la ordenación relativa de los constituyentes con función de sujeto (S), predicado nominal (p) y Verbo (V), y compara sus posiciones en las secuencias documentadas con las que adoptan los elementos S, objeto (O) y V -examinadas en un artículo previo al que se hace referencia-, con el objeto de identificar posibles factor...
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Muchos de los estudios sobre orden de palabras se han basado en la consideración de las posiciones fijas de los diversos elementos (por ejemplo, posición final del verbo frente a otras). Este artículo propone la consideración de la ordenación relativa de los constituyentes en los estudios de orden de palabras; este enfoque considera la cuestión del...

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