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Bergeton, Uffe (2004). The Independence of Binding and Intensification, Chapter 1: Introduction.

URL: http://www-scf.usc.edu/~bergeton/D_CH1_May12.pdf

(Last accessed 2005-03-29).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 963&langcode=fra (2020-08-10).


Example #1:

    a.      Pierre est jaloux de lui-même.                  (lui-même = reflexive)
    Peter is jealous of him-same
    `Peter is jealous of himself.'
Example #2:

    b.      Pierre lui-même a assisté à la conférence.      (lui-même = reflexive)
    Peter him-same has participated to the conference
    `Peter himself participated in the meeting.'
Example #3:

    (19)     Pierre est fier de lui/ lui­même/Marie.                  (neutral predicate)
    Pierre is proud of him/him-same/Marie
    `Peter is proud of himself/Marie.'
Example #4:

    (20)     Pierre est jaloux de *lui/ lui­même/Marie.               (anti-reflexive predicate)
    Pierre is jealous of him/him-same/Marie
    `Peter is jealous of himself/Marie.'
Example #5:

    (21)    Pierre est hors de lui/*lui­même/*Marie.          (inherently reflexive predicate)
    Pierre is outside him/him-same/Marie
    `Peter is besides himself/Marie (of joy/anger/etc.).'