The present joint contribution focuses on the karmadhāraya compound puruṣavyāghra, whose distinctive feature according to Aṣṭādhyāyī 2.1.56 is the fact that the syntactic head (i.e. vyāghra-) is the qualifier and the other constituent (i.e. puruṣa­) is the qualificand. By resorting to Moro’s Dynamic Antisymmetry Principle in a micro-comparative dimension (Sanskrit, Latin, English), while sticking to Pāṇini’s account of the way in which a compound is generated (included the operative criterion to individuate the non-head), we have advanced a new source-phrase for puruṣavyāghra, where this correspondence between non-head and qualificand is ensured.

PREDICATION IN AṢṬĀDHYĀYĪ 2.1.56. SYNTACTIC ANALYSIS OF A KARMADHĀRAYA COMPOUND

Davide Mocci
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2019

Abstract

The present joint contribution focuses on the karmadhāraya compound puruṣavyāghra, whose distinctive feature according to Aṣṭādhyāyī 2.1.56 is the fact that the syntactic head (i.e. vyāghra-) is the qualifier and the other constituent (i.e. puruṣa­) is the qualificand. By resorting to Moro’s Dynamic Antisymmetry Principle in a micro-comparative dimension (Sanskrit, Latin, English), while sticking to Pāṇini’s account of the way in which a compound is generated (included the operative criterion to individuate the non-head), we have advanced a new source-phrase for puruṣavyāghra, where this correspondence between non-head and qualificand is ensured.
Pāṇini, karmadhāraya compounds, dynamic antisymmetry, upa-mita-/-māna­, upasarjana.
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