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Reformulation of the domain-level semantic pattern of axiological evaluation in the lexicon of English verbs
Hermes - Journal of Language and Communication Studies
The three-level hierarchy of values in Faber and Mairal's work (Constructing a Lexicon of English Verbs, Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, 1999) is based on the scales of values given by Max Scheler or Józef Tischner, which are deeply rooted in the theory of the Great Chain of Being (employed by Aristotle in his scala naturae). Faber and Mairal also provide an account of the relationship between lexical structure and cognition. A key issue was the introduction of a cognitive axis and a typology ofdoi:10.7146/hjlcb.v16i30.25721 fatcat:4lgagmxd5vhqrfx5fdechun7aa