Basic Texts on Integrational Linguistics

 
     
The following publications provide a suitable basis for a more detailed study of Integrational Linguistics:
 
  Lieb, Hans-Heinrich. 1983b. Integrational Linguistics. Vol. I: General Outline. Amsterdam; Philadelphia: Benjamins. (= Current Issues in Linguistic Theory 17).
  —. 1992b. "Integrational Linguistics: Outline of a theory of language". In: Hans-Heinrich Lieb (ed.). 1992g. Prospects for a New Structuralism. Amsterdam; Philadelphia: Benjamins. (= Current Issues in Linguistic Theory 96). 127-182.
  —. 1993a. "Integrational Linguistics". In: Joachim Jacobs [et al.] (eds). Syntax: Ein internationales Handbuch zeitgenössischer Forschung / An International Handbook of Contemporary Research. Vol.1. Berlin etc.: de Gruyter. 430-468.
 
Lieb (1983b) is the most comprehensive presentation to date of the Integrational Theory of Language and the Integrational Theory of Grammars. Click here for the table of contents.
Lieb (1992b) is a concise characterization of the Integrational Theory of Language in all its parts. Click here for the table of contents.
Lieb (1993a) summarizes, in reasonable detail, Integrational Syntax, the syntactic part of the Integrational Theory of Language. Click here for the table of contents.
 
 
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