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The lexical conceptual structure in (11) is part of a lexicon entry.
The morphoroles are needed in the lexical analysis of deverbal verbs as the lexical conceptual structure of these verbs consists of the structure of the root verb and the extra part of conceptual structure that comes with the derivational suffix.
--1997, Lexical Conceptual Structure and Syntactic Arguments.--SKY Journal of Linguistics 10, 81--118.
The basic form of the skeleton arises from Jackendoff's standard form of the lexical conceptual structure. It consists of functions and their arguments as in (9a) (arguments are enclosed in parentheses); skeletons may also be hierarchically layered in the sense that functions can sometimes take functions as their arguments, cf.
(9) The skeleton is comparable in some ways to Jackendoff's "lexical conceptual structures" (Jackendoff 1990).
The first one is Levin and Rappaport's theory (Rappaport, Laughren and Levin 1987, Rappaport and Levin 1988, Rappaport and Levin 1992, Levin and Rappaport 1995, Levin 1995, Rappaport and Levin 1998), based on the postulation of a level of lexical representation called Lexical Conceptual Structure (LCS).
Rappaport and Levin (1988) concentrate on the case of those locative verbs which display an alternation in the realisation of their internal arguments, in particular, the class of spray/load verbs (7), to show that a proper account of linking cannot be based on lists of th-roles and a better explanation is provided by a semantic representation based on the decomposition of predicates into smaller elements of meaning (Lexical Conceptual Structure, LCS).
In the Lexical Conceptual Structures (LCSs) these authors propose, arguments are indicated through the use of variables in the conceptual definition of the verb.
In this paper we have provided evidence for the claim that in accounting for some morphological processes we need to have reference to two levels of lexical representation: lexical semantic structure (or lexical conceptual structure), on the one hand, and argument structure, on the other hand.
Verbal prefixes in Dutch: a study in lexical conceptual structure. In Yearbook of Morphology 1993, Geert Booij and Jaap van Marle (eds.), 51-78.