by David Tuggy
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(2011) Presentations at the International Cognitive Linguistics Conference XI,
(2010) Presentations at the Nida Conference and School for Bible Translation,
(2010) Presentation to the Coloquio sobre Lenguas Otomangues y Vecinas IV
(in honor of Thomas C. Smith-Stark)
(2008) Presentations at
Misano Adriatico, Italy
Introduction to Cognitive Grammar
Issues in translation
(2007) Presentation for the
ICLC X conference (International Cognitive Linguistics
Conference, Kraków, Poland)
(2005) Presentations given at the ICLC
IX conference (International Cognitive Linguistics Conference, Seoul,
Cognitive Grammar view.
(Presented to the Board of
Wycliffe USA in June 2005)
lenguas maternas de México.
(The Mother Tongues of Mexico;
Spanish only; presented at the Universidad Autónoma de San
Luis Potosí on the International Day of the Mother Tongue,
22 February 2005)
becomes meaning: The prefix tla-
(Revised from a paper presented
in 1995 at the Functional Linguistics Conference in Albuquerque, New
Mexico. Spanish and
English versions presented in several other venues as well.)
- Abrelatas y scarecrow:
Compuestos exocéntricos verbo + objeto en español
e inglés, en ilustración de principios
básicos de la Gramática Cognoscitiva. (2005. Spanish only. This is drawn from the
translated version of Tuggy
2004, which is also available in PDF format,
- Seeing patterns and learning to
things and what that has to do with language.
(2006. Invited presentation at
SIL, University of Oregon, 6 July 2006. Warning: over 9M.)
A Cognitive grammar perspective.
(2006. Presentation to phonology
class at SIL, University of Oregon, 5 July 2006. Warning: over 8M.)
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If the human mind were simple enough for us to
we would be too simple-minded to understand it.
(Possible Corollary: it is, and we are.)