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F' Networks and linguistic universals Questions concerning the status of the network also present themselves. What universals, if any, will it reveal? Dahl (1985) providesguidelines for answering this and related questions. He recognizes two approaches to the search for language universals: that of the naive universalist, who seeks universal categories which can be attributed wholesale to any language, and that of the sophisticated universalist, who threshes out universal principles. This implies that what we should be seeking is a set of universal strategies in the organization of case categories rather than universal definitions of given cases.
Semantics is a part of language in all its aspects and uire its own, separate leve1. 49 A corollary is the notion that cases c wholes, all the parts of which are interrelated. 50 Although escription of "deep cases" is intriguing, his system is no more rd, no less complex and no less ambiguous than the surface system; he question: why would any language opt for a two-tiered system if it o with one level? ist theories of case (Anderson, Freidhof) e fact that in some versions localism incorporates the theoretical Fillmore and Chomsky, it is essentially a feature system-!
How the cognitive model has been implied by various authors Although none of the authors cited thus far in the present chapter used (or, perhaps, was even aware of) the cognitive model, many have made statements that cannot be derived from their own theoretical framework, but instead support the view of semantics proposed in this volume. It appears that these scholars found their framework flawed and tried to correct for perceived deficiencies. In every case, these corrections point to a structure that the given framework did not accommodate.