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Mitch Mitch 4, silver badges bronze badges I've never seen a real-life Katzian dictionary either. I think such a dictionary would not fit current trends, since essentialist linguistics as a whole is fading away, and ideas like prototypes and fuzzy categories now take centre stage.
But prototypes and fuzzy categories still need dimensions to be fuzzy on, and binary ones are the simplest dimensions. And then aren't those two ideas also a bit old-fashioned now 's?
Yeah the ideas aren't new Labov's cups was from what - the 70s? Though I'm not very familiar with the semantics literature - I might be wrong about the trends.
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I only get the impression that the field as a whole now embraces them e. Croft's work on word classes - what do you think?
The reason we have dictionaries is usually pragmatic those with a documentary by binar dictionary aside - to explain words to language learners, translators, etc. This goal is best served using un-fuzzy definitions.
An actual Katzian dictionary, however, would primarily be an intellectual venture, with little pragmatic purpose. So its creators will probably have some essentialist position in mind. Compared to the generative lexicon which has applications in computational linguisticsits empirical coverage is lacking.
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