Articles – Publications


  1. ‘On the Validity and Limitations of Generative Morphophonemics: A Computational View’, in Linguistics 49:11-7, 1969.
  2. ‘The Two Idiomaticity Areas in English and their Membership: A Stratificational View’, in Linguistics 50:44-58, 1969.
  3. ‘The Transformation of a Turkish Pasha into a Big, Fat Dummy’, in Papers from the Pacific Conference on Contrastive Linguistics and Language Universals [PCCLLU], Vol 3, No. 4, Honolulu, Hawaii, 1971, reprinted in Makkai & Lockwood (Eds.) 1972.
  4. ‘Degrees of Nonsense, or Transformation, Stratification, and the Contextual Adjustability Principle’, CLS 4: 472-92 University of Chicago, April 1971.
  5. ‘Acronymy in English: A Stratificational Re-examination’, Proceedings of the XIth International Congress of Linguists, I:345-63, Bologna, Il Mulino, (Luigi Heilmann [Ed.]), 1974.
  6. ‘Take One on Take: Lexo-Ecology Illustrated’, in Language Sciences 31: 1-6.
  7. ‘Bidirectional Linearity vs. Ordering by Paradigmatic Context in Hungarian Agglutinational Suffixes their Internal Reconstruction’, Finno-Ugric Studies in Honor of Alo Raun: 177-89, Indiana University, (Denis Sinor [Ed.] ), 1977.
  8. ‘Pragmo-Ecological Grammar (PEG): Toward a New Synthesis of Linguistics and Anthropology’,Proceedings of the IXth International Congress of Anthropological and Ethnographic Sciences:  327-61, Mouton, The Hague, Sol Tax (General Ed.), Approaches to Language, (William McCormack & Stephen Wurm [Eds.] ), 1978.
  9. ‘Madison Avenue Advertising: A Scenario’, The First LACUS Forum: 197-208, Hornbeam Press, Columbia, S.C., 1975.
  10. ‘Stratificational Solutions to Unbridgeable Gaps in the Transformational-Generative Paradigm: Translation, Idiomaticity and Multiple Coding’, in Current Issues in Linguistic Theory (CILT) I: Concerning the Transformational-Generative Paradigm: 337-85, John Benjamins, Amsterdam, (E.F.K. Koerner [Ed.] ), 1975.
  11. ‘Toward an Ecological Dictionary of English’, Indian Journal of Linguistics 36/3/1: 52-59, 1977.
  12. ‘A Look at Semantics and the History of Linguistics à propos of Eugene Nida’s Exploring Semantic Structures’ (W. Fink Verlag, Munich, 1975), Journal of English Linguistics, 11:9-40, 1977. ‘Idioms Psychology, and the Lexemic Principle’, The Third LACUS Forum: 467-78, Hornbeam Press.
  13. ‘The Nature of Linguistic Change and Modern Linguistic Theories’, Proceedings of the 2nd International Congress of Historical Linguistics: 235-65, Amsterdam, North Holland Publishing, (William M. Christie, Jr. [Ed.]), 1977.
  14. ‘The Passing of the Syntactic Age’, in Linguistics at the Crossroads: 79-103, Liviana Editrice, Padova & Jupiter Press, Lake Bluff, IL., (A. Makkai, V.B. Makkai & L. Heilmann [Eds.]), 1977.
  15. ‘The Meaning of Noel Coward’s Venice‘, in The Fourth LACUS Forum: 670-79, Hornbeam Press, Columbia, S.C.
  16. ‘Idiomaticity as a Language Universal’, Universals of Language III: 401-48, Stanford UniversityPress (J.H. Greenberg & E. Moravcsik, [Eds.]).
  17. ‘Lexical Insertion as a Socio-Psychological Activity: Evidence from Poetic Behavior’, in Festschrift for Jacob Ornstein: 189-210, Newbury House, Rowley, MA., (E.L. Blansitt & R.V. Teschner [Eds.], 1979.
  18. ‘Latinate Diglossia in Finno-Ugric: Could Hungarian Have Become a Romance Language?’, in Festschrift for Oszwald Szemerényi on the Occasion of His 60th Birthday, same as CILT, 2/2: 489-506, John Benjamins, Amsterdam (Béla Brogyányi [Ed.]), 1980.
  19. ‘Theoretical and Practical Aspects of an Associative Lexicon for 20th Century English’, Theory and Method in Lexicography: Western and Non-Western Perspectives: 125-46, Hornbeam Press, Columbia, S.C., (Ladislav Zgusta [Ed.]), 1980.
  20. ‘Periods of Mystery, or Syntax and the Semantic Pause’, Papers in Cognitive-Stratificational Linguistics [Rice University Studies] 66/2: 125-41, (James E. Copeland, [Ed.]), 1980.
  21. ‘What Does a Native Speaker Know About the Verb “KILL”?‘, in Festschrift for Native Speaker: 237-41, Mouton, The Hague, Janua Linguarum S.M. 97, (Florian Coulmas [Ed.]), 1980.
  22. ‘How Does a Sememe Mean?’, Essays in Honor of Charles F. Hockett: 188-213, Brill, Leiden, (A. Makkai, V.B. Makkai, F.B. Agard & G. Kelly [Eds.]), 1983.
  23. ‘Where Do Exclamations Come from?’, Essays in Honor of Rulon S. Wells: 445-72, John Benjamins, Amsterdam, (A. Makkai & A. Melby [Eds.]), 1985.
  24. ‘L’illuminazione di Giuseppe Ungaretti’ [=‘The Illumination of G.U.’], Diacronia, sincronia e cultura: Saggi linguistici in onore di Luigi Heilmann: 439-80, Editrice La Scuola, Brescia, (S. Cicada & E. Rigotti [Eds.]), 1984.
  25. ‘Whose Intellectual Ancestor Was Panini, Really?’ [with William M. Christie, Jr.], Chatterji Festschrift: 134-44 (B.P. Mallik, [Ed.]), The University of Bordwan, 1985.
  26. ‘The Lexo-Centric Approach to Descriptive Linguistics’, Language in Global Perspective: Papers in Honor of the 50th Anniversary of the Summer Institute of Linguistics: 50-66, Dallas, S.I.L., (Benjamin F. Elson, [Ed.] ).
  27. ‘On the Major Diseases of Linguistics With Some Suggested Antidotes and Cures’, Essays in Honour of Michael Halliday: 269-80, John Benjamins, Amsterdam, (Ross Steele and Terry Threadgold [Eds.] ).
  28. ‘How to Put the Pieces of a Poem Together?’, Registers of Written Language: 145-59, Pinter Publishers, London & New York, (Mohsen Ghadessy [Ed.] ), 1988.
  29. ‘Systems of Simultaneous Awareness: Towards a “Musical Linguistics”‘’, The XVIth LACUS Forum:19-60, LACUS, Lake Bluff, 1990, (Inaugural Lecture).
  30. ‘Idiomaticity and Phraseology in Post-Chomskian Linguistics: The Coming-of-Age of Semantics Beyond the Sentence’, Semiotica: 64-1/2: 171-87.
  31. ‘Halliday as Semiotician’, The Semiotic Web 1989: 3-30, Mouton De Gruyter, Berlin (T.A. Sebeok & J. Umiker-Sebeok [Eds.] ), 1990.
  32. ‘Logic in Modern Linguistic Theorizing: A Vichian Perspective’, in Giambattista Vico and Anglo- American Science: Philosophy and Writing, Mouton De Gruyter, Berlin, (Marcel Danesi [Ed.]). 113-119 [1995].
  33. ‘Idiomaticity as a Reaction to “L’arbitraire du signe” in the Universal Process of Semeio-Genesis’, Idioms: Processing, Structure and Interpretation.New York, Erlbaum Publishers, (Andrew Cristina Cacciari & Patrizia Tabossi [Eds] ). 297-324 [1993].
  34. ‘THE BUDALEX’ Presidential Debate, 1988: Part 2. The Challenge of the “Virtual Dictionary” and the Future of Linguistics’, Journal of Lexicography 5/4:252-269, 1992, Oxford U. P., U.K.
  35. ‘Homo Loquens as “Sender-Receiver” [i.e. Transceiver] and the Raison d’être of Sememic, Lexemic and Morphemic Prefabs in Natural Language Structures and Language Use’ in Syntactic Iconicity and Linguistic Freezes, Mouton De Gruyter, Berlin (Marge E. Landsberg [Ed.]) pp.: 91-116. (1995).
  36. ‘Anasemiotic Multilingual Poetry: Fact or Fiction?’ Hungarian Studies 5/1:167-190, 1989, Budapest, Akadémiai kiadó.
  37. ‘The Search for the Lost “Semiotics Revolution” in Contemporary Linguistics’, Language and Communication 12/2:152-164, Oxford, U.K., Pergamon Press, (Roy Harris, [Ed.]).
  38. ‘Luminous Loci in Lex-Eco-Memory: Toward a Pragmo-Ecological Resolution of the Metaphysical Debate Concerning the Reality or Fictitiousness of Words’, in (John Benjamins, Amsterdam, in Functional Approaches to Language, Culture and Cognition, 2000, pp. 59-80.
  39. “Die Welt als Bewußtsein und Paraphrase: zur gesamtökologischen Fundierung des menschlichen Sprachverständnisses mit besonderer Rücksicht auf die Sprachphilosophie Wilhelm von Humboldts und ihre Relevanz für die theoretische Sprachwissenschaft des 21. Jahrhunderts,” [‘The World as Consciousness and Paraphrase: Toward an Ecological Understanding of Human Speech with a Reappraisal of W.v. Humboldt’s Philosophy and its Relevance for 21. Century Linguistics’] in Sprachökologie und ÖkolinguistikAlwin Fill [Ed.], Stauffenburg Verlag Brigitte Narr Gmbh. Tübingen, 1996:77-102.
  40. ‘The Case for Ecolinguistics’, (with V.B. Makkai) in Festschrift for Alwin Fill, H. Penz et al. [Eds.] in ECOnstructing Language, Nature and Society, Stauffenburg, 2000, pp. 105-117.
  41. ‘The Role of the Human Voice in the Human Ecology of Face-to-Face Interaction’ in Colorful Green Ideas, Alwin Fill and Hermine Penz [Eds.], Peter Lange, Switzerland, pp.: 240-252.
  42. Review article of Embers in the House of Night. Selected Poems by Edvard Kocbek. Translated from the Slovene by Sonja Kravanja, with an introduction by Richard Jackson. Santa Fe, NM., Lumen, Inc.1999, 78 pp. in Translation Review, #60, 2000, pp.58-67.
  43. ‘Language as Polluted Environment’ in Language and Life: Essays in Memory of Kenneth L. Pike, Mary Ruth Wise, Thomas N. Jeadland and Rutrhe M. Brend [Eds.], S.I.L., Dallas, 2003, pp.: 589-596.


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