Definition of the noun diachrony
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noun - plural: diachronies
- the study of linguistic change
- example: the synchrony and diachrony of language
- lexical domain: Cognitive Processes - nouns denoting cognitive processes and contents
- synonyms of diachrony: diachronic linguistics / historical linguistics
- more generic word: linguistics = the scientific study of language
- part: sound law = a law describing sound changes in the history of a language
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by Benjamin Hutchens
Diachrony is the notion that...
'Diachrony is a structure that no thematizing and interested movement of consciousness - memory or hope - can either resolve or recuperate in the simultaneities it constitutes.”3 The insular ...
Sidney J Levy on Marketing by Sidney J. Levy, Dennis W. Rook
Diachrony refers to the variation in those ideas over time, with changes...
by Peter Pericles Trifonas
Diachrony preceding and succeeding “langue's” synchrony Synchrony in a near-geometric sense, may be the essence of Saussurean langue as a secondary modeling system, but diachrony is the essence of language in the root sense ...
by Mervyn Hartwig
diachrony/synchrony diachrony/synchrony (f. Gr. through time, with or across time, respectively). The question of the relationship of the diachronic and synchronic is one of the perennial problems of social theory. They are often thought of ...
by Hadumod Bussmann
also diachrony, dia- system) diachronic linguistics [Grk chronos 'time'] Systematic description and elucidation of all linguistic changes through time (internal historical linguistics) with regard to external facts such as political history, cultural ...
by Dieter Wunderlich
diachrony. of. polysynthesis. Johanna. Mattissen. 1. Polysynthesis as a morphological type Within the Sonderforschungsbereich " Theory of the Lexicon" two typological projects were concerned with (a) the distinction of ...
by Joseph Childers, Gary Hentzi
DIACHRONY 79 Deleuze, Gilles, and Mix Guattari. Anti-Oedipus: Capitalism and Schizophrenia. Trans. Robert Hurley, Mark Seem, and Helen R. Lane. New York: Viking, 1977. — . Kafka: Toward a Minor Literature. Trans. Dana Polan.
by Bernd Heine, Tania Kuteva
diachrony in language structure.
by A. Pablo Iannone
diachrony dialectic and, instead of joy, a feeling of well-being; the fourth involves only equanimity and alertness. In Chinese Buddhism, dhyāna includes all meditation practices - even all preparatory practices for dhyāna in the previously ...
by Director of the Program in Semiotics and Communication Theory Marcel Danesi, PH.D., Marcel Danesi
Diachrony refers to evolutionary tendencies within systems to produce change in those systems. dial radio or television plate or disk, with numbers or letters on it for tuning into a station. Dials are now largely obsolete, having been replaced by ...
Issues and Theories by Vennelakaṇṭi Prakāśaṃ
The mention of causality leads to the issue of the relation between synchrony and diachrony from the standpoint of the semiotics of language. While Saussure closed of inquiry into the causes of linguistic evolution by proclaiming sound ...
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