By V. Pericliev
This ebook offers the 1st laptop application automating the duty of componential research of kinship vocabularies. The booklet examines this system when it comes to easy difficulties: the widely taking place inconsistency of componential versions; and the large variety of replacement componential versions.
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An alternative way of arguing that a component is redundant in a deﬁnition of a kin term is to isolate the set of all kin terms distinguished from the original term by this component and then show that this set of terms is actually demarcated by other features (components), already used in the deﬁnition of the original term. 2. However, it can be noted that the feature ‘generation’, already used in the deﬁnition of husband, successfully discriminates husband, which is of contemporary generation, from the very same set of terms, as all of them are of ascending generation.
6. 7. pradjado: FaFaFa ∨ FaMoFa ∨ MoFaFa ∨ MoMoFa prababa: FaFaMo ∨ FaMoMo ∨ MoFaMo ∨ MoMoMo djado: FaFa ∨ MoFa baba: FaMo ∨ MoMo bašta: Fa majka: Mo vujˇco: MoBr Problems of componential analysis 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 45 ˇciˇco: FaBr lelja: FaSi tetka: MoSi brat: Br sestra: Si batko: elderBr kaka: elderSi bratovˇced: MoSiSo ∨ MoBrSo ∨ FaSiSo ∨ FaBrSo ∨ MoMoSiDaSo ∨ MoMoSiSoSo ∨ MoMoBrDaSo ∨ MoMoBrSoSo ∨ MoFaSiDaSo ∨ MoFaSiSoSo ∨ MoFaBrDaSo ∨ MoFaBrSoSo ∨ FaMoSiDaSo ∨ FaMoSiSoSo ∨ FaMoBrDaSo ∨ FaMoBrSoSo ∨ FaFaSiDaSo ∨ FaFaSiSoSo ∨ FaFaBrDaSo ∨ FaFaBrSoSo bratovˇcedka: MoSiDa ∨ MoBrDa ∨ FaSiDa ∨ FaBrDa ∨ MoMoSiDaDa ∨ MoMoSiSoDa ∨ MoMoBrDaDa ∨ MoMoBrSoDa ∨ MoFaSiDaDa ∨ MoFaSiSoDa ∨ MoFaBrDaDa ∨ MoFaBrSoDa ∨ FaMoSiDaDa ∨ FaMoSiSoDa ∨ FaMoBrDaDa ∨ FaMoBrSoDa ∨ FaFaSiDaDa ∨ FaFaSiSoDa ∨ FaFaBrDaDa ∨ FaFaBrSoDa sin: So d˘ asterja: Da plemennik: BrSo ∨ SiSo plemennica: BrDa ∨ SiDa vnuk: SoSo ∨ DaSo vnuˇcka: DaDa ∨ SoDa pravnuk: SoSoSo ∨ SoDaSo ∨ DaSoSo ∨ DaDaSo pravnuˇcka: DaDaDa ∨ SoSoDa ∨ SoDaDa ∨ DaSoDa m˘ až: Hu žena: Wi šurej: WiBr šurenajka: WiBrWi dever: HuBr zet: SiHu ∨ DaHu badžanak: WiSiHu z˘ alva: HuSi bald˘ aza: WiSi snaha: BrWi ∨ SoWi et˘ arva: HuBrWi vujna: MoBrWi strina: FaBrWi lelin: FaSiHu tetin: MoSiHu svek˘ ar: HuFa 46 Componential Analysis of Kinship Terminology 41.
E. b2), which is of course logically impossible, since all dimensions by deﬁnition have mutually exclusive values and hence no single word can be both of one generation above ego and of two generations above ego. The correct logical connective in the deﬁnition therefore should be the disjunction ∨ ‘or’, rather than the conjunction & ‘and’, but this in effect results in violation of the requirement that all kin term deﬁnitions must be conjunctive, not disjunctive. Similar considerations explain the infelicity of the componential deﬁnitions of the remaining kin terms with analogous deﬁnitions, viz.