In the present paper, we show that Sanskrit -siṣ-aorist originates from the reanalysis of the allomorphs of two archetypes, hā-/hās- and śam-/śaṁs-, and that its lexical diffusion relies on a connectionist process. Here we also provide a first hint of a potential interaction between historical linguistics and cognitive neuroscience.

L’aoristo sanscrito in -siṣ-: fra rianalisi e connessionismo

ROMAGNO, DOMENICA
2013

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In the present paper, we show that Sanskrit -siṣ-aorist originates from the reanalysis of the allomorphs of two archetypes, hā-/hās- and śam-/śaṁs-, and that its lexical diffusion relies on a connectionist process. Here we also provide a first hint of a potential interaction between historical linguistics and cognitive neuroscience.
Romagno, Domenica
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