Euskararen morfologiazko ikerketak (1900-1936)



Argitaratua api 2, 1989
Jabier Alberdi


This paper deals with the development of the studies on Basque morphology from 1900 to 1936. The term morphology is taken in its most traditional sense, i.e. comprising the following fields: grammatical categories, declension, verbal inflection, word derivation and word compounding. The paper is divided into four sections.
   In the first section, on the one hand, some insights are given into the non scientific and reactionary position of the most extreme language renovators; among others, L. Elizalde, S. Arana-Goiri, Soloeta-Dima, and Arriandiaga are criticized. On the other hand, emphasis is made on the opposition to this school, whose main organ was the journal Euzkadi, by J. de Urquijo and the journal RIEV.
   In the second. section, comments are made on some steps of the "scientific" approach to the language which came into being around the journal RIEV: the works of R. Mª de Azkue, C. C. Uhlenbeck, A. Leon, J. Vinson, S. Altube, and J. Saroihandy are cited among others.
   The third section is totally devoted to comments on the Morfologia Vasca by R. Mª de Azkue.
   The fourth section reminds us of the discussions, and the papers and grammars published before the war: the question about the passivity of the verb or books like, among others, the Grammaire Basque by Gavel and Erderismo by Altube are supervised.

How to Cite

Alberdi, Jabier. 1989. «Euskararen Morfologiazko Ikerketak (1900-1936)». Anuario Del Seminario De Filología Vasca "Julio De Urquijo" 23 (3):769-96.
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