Progress in Linguistic Historiography : Papers from the International Conference on the History of the Language Sciences, Ottawa, 28-31 August 1978.

By: Koerner, E.F.KSeries: Studies in the History of the Language SciencesPublisher: Philadelphia : John Benjamins Publishing Company, 1980Copyright date: ©1980Description: 1 online resource (435 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9789027281012Subject(s): Linguistics -- History -- CongressesGenre/Form: Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Progress in Linguistic Historiography : Papers from the International Conference on the History of the Language Sciences, Ottawa, 28–31 August 1978DDC classification: 400 LOC classification: P61 -- .I57 1978ebOnline resources: Click to View
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PROGRESS IN LINGUISTIC HISTORIOGRAPHY -- Editorial page -- Title page -- Dedication -- Copyright page -- Acknowledgements -- Table of contents -- EDITOR'S PREFACE -- I. CLASSICAL TRADITIONS IN THE MIDDLE AGES AND MEDIEVAL THOUGHT IN THE RENAISSANCE AND AFTER -- THE LIBER SEX PRINCIPIORUM, A TWELFTH-CENTURY TREATISE IN DESCRIPTIVE METAPHYSICS -- REFERENCES -- LA THÉORIE DE LA SIGNIFICATION DES TERMES COMMUNS CHEZ MAÎTRE SIGER DE BRABANT -- 0. Vers le milieu du XIIle siècle, -- 1. Surl'activité humaine constituant les relations de signification -- 2. Sur l'objet de la signification (le 'significatum') -- 3. Signifié et consignifié -- 4. Signification et temporalité -- NOTES -- RENVOIS BIBLIOGRAPHIQUES -- A MEDIAEVAL EXERCISE IN LANGUAGE PLANNING: CLASSICAL EARLY MODERN IRISH -- APPENDICES -- I MIDDLE IRISH -- II CLASSICAL EARLY MODERN IRISH -- SELECT BIBLIOGRAPHY -- LES DÉBUTS DE L'ÉTUDE DU LANGAGE EN IRLANDE -- NOTES -- RENVOIS BIBLIOGRAPHIQUES -- LOGICAL STRUCTURES IN SANCTIUS' LINGUISTIC THEORY -- 0.0 Introduction. -- 1.0 Integration of a historical and a logical level -- 1.1 Abstraction. -- 2.0 Criteria for positing logical structures. -- 3.0 Construction of logical structures . -- 4.0 Closing remarks -- NOTES -- REFERENCES -- THE SCHOLASTIC BACKGROUND TO LOCKE'S THEORY OF LANGUAGE -- REFERENCES -- II. SIXTEENTH THROUGH EIGHTEENTH CENTURY LINGUISTIC IDEAS -- SIXTEENTH AND EARLY SEVENTEENTH CENTURY CHURCH SLAVONIC GRAMMARS -- REFERENCES -- SIR THOMAS SMITH'S 'DE RECTA ET EMENDATA LINGUAE ANGLICAE SCRIPTIONE DIALOGUS'0568) -- NOTES -- REFERENCES -- PRINCIPLES OF ENGLISH LEXICOGRAPHY IN THE EARLY 17TH CENTURY -- NOTES -- REFERENCES -- TWO PORT-ROYAL THEORIES OF NATURAL ORDER -- NOTES -- REFERENCES -- GEORGE DALGARNO ON 'ARS SIGNORUM' AND WILKINS' 'ESSAY' -- NOTES -- REFERENCES.
LE PROTOTYPE DÉFIGURÉ: L'IDÉE SCYTHIQUE ET LA FRANCE GAULOISE (XVIIe-XVIIIe SIÈCLES) -- NOTES -- RENVOIS BIBLIOGRAPHIQUES -- III. EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY THOUGHT IN ENGLAND, FRANCE, AND GERMANY -- THE EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY DEBATE CONCERNING LINEARITY OR SIMULTANEITY IN THE DEEP STRUCTURE OF LANGUAGE: FROM BUFFIER TO GOTTSCHED -- NOTES -- REFERENCES -- THE LANGUAGE OF NATURE: INQUIRIES INTO A CONCEPT OF 18TH-CENTURY BRITISH LINGUISTICS -- 1.0 Introduction. -- 2.0 On the history of the concept. -- 3.0 The language of nature: an analysis -- 4.0 Oratory and the use of gesture. -- 5.0 Nature and the language of nature. -- 6. Johnson on gesture. -- NOTES -- REFERENCES -- 'LES VRAIS PRINCIPES DE LA LANGUE FRANÇOISE' DE L'ABBÉ GIRARD DEVANT LA CRITIQUE DU XVIIe SIÈCLE Â NOS JOURS -- NOTES -- REFERENCES -- FROM CONDILLAC TO CONDORCET: THE ALGEBRA OF HISTORY -- NOTES -- REFERENCES -- DUMARSAISET LE LIEU DES TROPES -- RENVOIS BIBLIOGRAPHIQUES -- ASPECTS INSTITUTIONNELS ET THÉORIQUES DE L'AUTONOMISATION DES RECHERCHES LINGUISTIQUES EN GRANDE BRETAGNE 1750-1800 -- 0. Introduction. -- 1.0 Structurationinstitutionnelle du débat linguistique. -- 1.1 Choixphilosophiques initiaux. -- 1.2 Institutionnalisation du débat linguistique. -- 2.0 Grammaire universelle, origine du langage et etymologie. -- 2.1 Grammaire universelle et origine du langage. -- 2.2 Tooke et l'étymologie comme thâovie linguistique autonome. -- NOTES -- RENVOIS BIBLIOGRAPHIQUES -- NOTE BIBLIOGRAPHIQUE -- IV. LATE-EIGHTEENTH TO MID-TWENTIETH CENTURY LINGUISTICS -- FLEXION ETRACINE: TROIS ETAPES DE LEUR CONSTITUTION: J. C. ADELUNG, F. SCHLEGEL, F. BOPP -- 0.0 Introduction. -- 1.0 Johann Christoph Adelung(1732-1806). -- 2.0 Friedrich Schlegel (1772-1826). -- 3.0 Franz Bopp (1791-1867). -- 4.0 Conclusion. -- RENVOIS BIBLIOGRAPHIQUES.
UNIFORMITARIANISMIN NINETEENTH-CENTURY LINGUISTICS: IMPLICATIONS FOR A REASSESSMENT OF THE NEOGRAMMARIAN SOUND-LAW DOCTRINE -- REFERENCES -- LINGUISTIQUE 1908: UN DÉBAT-CLEF DE LINGUISTIQUE GÉOGRAPHIQUE ET UNE QUESTION DE SOURCES SAUSSURIENNES -- NOTES -- RENVOIS BIBLIOGRAPHIQUES -- THE DEFINITION OF 'SENTENCE' AND JOHN RIES'THEORY -- 1.0 Between two evas -- 2.0 Approaches to the problem -- 3.0 Unquestionable sentences and unsuccessful attempts at a definition -- 4.0 Factuality status -- 5.0 Grammatical marker of predication -- 6.0 Toward a definition of 'sentence' -- 7.0 Network of reference for sentence definitions -- NOTES -- REFERENCES -- ON THE HISTORY OF THE AXIOMATIC METHOD IN LINGUISTICS -- 0.0 Introduction -- 1.0 From Saussure to Hjelmslev -- 2.0 Later developments -- REFERENCES -- V. LINGUISTIC PURSUITS OUTSIDE EUROPE, AND POINTS OF CONTACT BETWEEN EAST AND WEST -- HOW PROTO-CHINESE WAS RECONSTRUCTED -- NOTES -- REFERENCES -- FLEXION, DERIVATION ET PANINI -- NOTES -- RENVOIS BIBLIOGRAPHIQUES -- HELLENISTIC EDUCATION AND THE ORIGIN OF ARABIC GRAMMAR -- 1.0 Introduction. -- 2.0 External evidence -- 3.0 Internal evidence. -- 4.0 Concluding remarks: The origin of Arabic grammar -- NOTES -- REFERENCES -- CLASSIFICATORY STRUCTURALISM IN MEDIEVAL ARABIC GRAMMARS: AZ-ZAJJAJI'S 10TH-CENTURY TEE SENTENCE -- NOTES -- REFERENCES -- THE EARLIEST COMPARISONS OF HEBREW WITH ARAMAIC AND ARABIC -- NOTES -- SIGLAUSED IN THE PAPER -- REFERENCES -- VI. SUPPLEMENTA: BEYOND THE HISTORY OF LINGUISTICS -- THE INTERDISCIPLINARY RELEVANCE OF FOLK LINGUISTICS -- REFERENCES -- THE CONCEPT OF 'SCIENTIFIC' IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE LANGUAGE SCIENCES -- 1.0 Introduction -- 2.0 Is the theory of science a reliable guide? -- 3.0 Is the history of science a reliable guide? -- 4.0 Concluding remarks -- REFERENCES -- POSTSCRIPT -- INDEX NOMINUM -- INDEX RERUM.
Summary: This volume presents a selection of revised papers from the International Conference on the History of the Language Sciences (Ottawa 1978). These have been organized under the following headings: I. Classical Traditions in the Middle Ages and Medieval Thought in the Renaissance and After; II. Sixteenth Through Eighteenth Century Linguistic Ideas; III. Eighteenth-Century Thought in England, France, and Germany; IV. Late-Eighteenth to Mid-Twentieth Century Linguistics; V. Linguistic Pursuits Outside Europe and Points of Contact Between East and West; and, VI. Supplementa: Beyond the History of Linguistics.
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PROGRESS IN LINGUISTIC HISTORIOGRAPHY -- Editorial page -- Title page -- Dedication -- Copyright page -- Acknowledgements -- Table of contents -- EDITOR'S PREFACE -- I. CLASSICAL TRADITIONS IN THE MIDDLE AGES AND MEDIEVAL THOUGHT IN THE RENAISSANCE AND AFTER -- THE LIBER SEX PRINCIPIORUM, A TWELFTH-CENTURY TREATISE IN DESCRIPTIVE METAPHYSICS -- REFERENCES -- LA THÉORIE DE LA SIGNIFICATION DES TERMES COMMUNS CHEZ MAÎTRE SIGER DE BRABANT -- 0. Vers le milieu du XIIle siècle, -- 1. Surl'activité humaine constituant les relations de signification -- 2. Sur l'objet de la signification (le 'significatum') -- 3. Signifié et consignifié -- 4. Signification et temporalité -- NOTES -- RENVOIS BIBLIOGRAPHIQUES -- A MEDIAEVAL EXERCISE IN LANGUAGE PLANNING: CLASSICAL EARLY MODERN IRISH -- APPENDICES -- I MIDDLE IRISH -- II CLASSICAL EARLY MODERN IRISH -- SELECT BIBLIOGRAPHY -- LES DÉBUTS DE L'ÉTUDE DU LANGAGE EN IRLANDE -- NOTES -- RENVOIS BIBLIOGRAPHIQUES -- LOGICAL STRUCTURES IN SANCTIUS' LINGUISTIC THEORY -- 0.0 Introduction. -- 1.0 Integration of a historical and a logical level -- 1.1 Abstraction. -- 2.0 Criteria for positing logical structures. -- 3.0 Construction of logical structures . -- 4.0 Closing remarks -- NOTES -- REFERENCES -- THE SCHOLASTIC BACKGROUND TO LOCKE'S THEORY OF LANGUAGE -- REFERENCES -- II. SIXTEENTH THROUGH EIGHTEENTH CENTURY LINGUISTIC IDEAS -- SIXTEENTH AND EARLY SEVENTEENTH CENTURY CHURCH SLAVONIC GRAMMARS -- REFERENCES -- SIR THOMAS SMITH'S 'DE RECTA ET EMENDATA LINGUAE ANGLICAE SCRIPTIONE DIALOGUS'0568) -- NOTES -- REFERENCES -- PRINCIPLES OF ENGLISH LEXICOGRAPHY IN THE EARLY 17TH CENTURY -- NOTES -- REFERENCES -- TWO PORT-ROYAL THEORIES OF NATURAL ORDER -- NOTES -- REFERENCES -- GEORGE DALGARNO ON 'ARS SIGNORUM' AND WILKINS' 'ESSAY' -- NOTES -- REFERENCES.

LE PROTOTYPE DÉFIGURÉ: L'IDÉE SCYTHIQUE ET LA FRANCE GAULOISE (XVIIe-XVIIIe SIÈCLES) -- NOTES -- RENVOIS BIBLIOGRAPHIQUES -- III. EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY THOUGHT IN ENGLAND, FRANCE, AND GERMANY -- THE EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY DEBATE CONCERNING LINEARITY OR SIMULTANEITY IN THE DEEP STRUCTURE OF LANGUAGE: FROM BUFFIER TO GOTTSCHED -- NOTES -- REFERENCES -- THE LANGUAGE OF NATURE: INQUIRIES INTO A CONCEPT OF 18TH-CENTURY BRITISH LINGUISTICS -- 1.0 Introduction. -- 2.0 On the history of the concept. -- 3.0 The language of nature: an analysis -- 4.0 Oratory and the use of gesture. -- 5.0 Nature and the language of nature. -- 6. Johnson on gesture. -- NOTES -- REFERENCES -- 'LES VRAIS PRINCIPES DE LA LANGUE FRANÇOISE' DE L'ABBÉ GIRARD DEVANT LA CRITIQUE DU XVIIe SIÈCLE Â NOS JOURS -- NOTES -- REFERENCES -- FROM CONDILLAC TO CONDORCET: THE ALGEBRA OF HISTORY -- NOTES -- REFERENCES -- DUMARSAISET LE LIEU DES TROPES -- RENVOIS BIBLIOGRAPHIQUES -- ASPECTS INSTITUTIONNELS ET THÉORIQUES DE L'AUTONOMISATION DES RECHERCHES LINGUISTIQUES EN GRANDE BRETAGNE 1750-1800 -- 0. Introduction. -- 1.0 Structurationinstitutionnelle du débat linguistique. -- 1.1 Choixphilosophiques initiaux. -- 1.2 Institutionnalisation du débat linguistique. -- 2.0 Grammaire universelle, origine du langage et etymologie. -- 2.1 Grammaire universelle et origine du langage. -- 2.2 Tooke et l'étymologie comme thâovie linguistique autonome. -- NOTES -- RENVOIS BIBLIOGRAPHIQUES -- NOTE BIBLIOGRAPHIQUE -- IV. LATE-EIGHTEENTH TO MID-TWENTIETH CENTURY LINGUISTICS -- FLEXION ETRACINE: TROIS ETAPES DE LEUR CONSTITUTION: J. C. ADELUNG, F. SCHLEGEL, F. BOPP -- 0.0 Introduction. -- 1.0 Johann Christoph Adelung(1732-1806). -- 2.0 Friedrich Schlegel (1772-1826). -- 3.0 Franz Bopp (1791-1867). -- 4.0 Conclusion. -- RENVOIS BIBLIOGRAPHIQUES.

UNIFORMITARIANISMIN NINETEENTH-CENTURY LINGUISTICS: IMPLICATIONS FOR A REASSESSMENT OF THE NEOGRAMMARIAN SOUND-LAW DOCTRINE -- REFERENCES -- LINGUISTIQUE 1908: UN DÉBAT-CLEF DE LINGUISTIQUE GÉOGRAPHIQUE ET UNE QUESTION DE SOURCES SAUSSURIENNES -- NOTES -- RENVOIS BIBLIOGRAPHIQUES -- THE DEFINITION OF 'SENTENCE' AND JOHN RIES'THEORY -- 1.0 Between two evas -- 2.0 Approaches to the problem -- 3.0 Unquestionable sentences and unsuccessful attempts at a definition -- 4.0 Factuality status -- 5.0 Grammatical marker of predication -- 6.0 Toward a definition of 'sentence' -- 7.0 Network of reference for sentence definitions -- NOTES -- REFERENCES -- ON THE HISTORY OF THE AXIOMATIC METHOD IN LINGUISTICS -- 0.0 Introduction -- 1.0 From Saussure to Hjelmslev -- 2.0 Later developments -- REFERENCES -- V. LINGUISTIC PURSUITS OUTSIDE EUROPE, AND POINTS OF CONTACT BETWEEN EAST AND WEST -- HOW PROTO-CHINESE WAS RECONSTRUCTED -- NOTES -- REFERENCES -- FLEXION, DERIVATION ET PANINI -- NOTES -- RENVOIS BIBLIOGRAPHIQUES -- HELLENISTIC EDUCATION AND THE ORIGIN OF ARABIC GRAMMAR -- 1.0 Introduction. -- 2.0 External evidence -- 3.0 Internal evidence. -- 4.0 Concluding remarks: The origin of Arabic grammar -- NOTES -- REFERENCES -- CLASSIFICATORY STRUCTURALISM IN MEDIEVAL ARABIC GRAMMARS: AZ-ZAJJAJI'S 10TH-CENTURY TEE SENTENCE -- NOTES -- REFERENCES -- THE EARLIEST COMPARISONS OF HEBREW WITH ARAMAIC AND ARABIC -- NOTES -- SIGLAUSED IN THE PAPER -- REFERENCES -- VI. SUPPLEMENTA: BEYOND THE HISTORY OF LINGUISTICS -- THE INTERDISCIPLINARY RELEVANCE OF FOLK LINGUISTICS -- REFERENCES -- THE CONCEPT OF 'SCIENTIFIC' IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE LANGUAGE SCIENCES -- 1.0 Introduction -- 2.0 Is the theory of science a reliable guide? -- 3.0 Is the history of science a reliable guide? -- 4.0 Concluding remarks -- REFERENCES -- POSTSCRIPT -- INDEX NOMINUM -- INDEX RERUM.

This volume presents a selection of revised papers from the International Conference on the History of the Language Sciences (Ottawa 1978). These have been organized under the following headings: I. Classical Traditions in the Middle Ages and Medieval Thought in the Renaissance and After; II. Sixteenth Through Eighteenth Century Linguistic Ideas; III. Eighteenth-Century Thought in England, France, and Germany; IV. Late-Eighteenth to Mid-Twentieth Century Linguistics; V. Linguistic Pursuits Outside Europe and Points of Contact Between East and West; and, VI. Supplementa: Beyond the History of Linguistics.

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