Linguistics and Evolutionary Theory

Three Essays

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Contains:

The Darwinian Theory and the Science of language (1863) by August Schleicher, translated from the German by Alexander V. W. Bikkers.

On the Significance of Language for the Natural History of Man (1865) by August Schleicher, translated from the German by J. Peter Maher.

On the Origin of Language (1867) by Wilhelm H. I. Bleek, edited with a preface by Ernst Haeckel, translated from the German by Thomas Davidson.
[Amsterdam Classics in Linguistics, 1800–1925, 6]  1983.  xlvi, 84, 78 pp. (altog. 210 pp.).
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Table of Contents
Acknowledgements
v
Editor's Foreword
ix
Introduction
J. Peter Maher
xvii
Linguistics and Evolution Theory: A select bibliography
xxxiii
References
E.F.K. Koerner
xli
Linguistics and Evolutionary Theory
1. The Darwinian Theory and the Science of Language (1863) by August Schleicher
Alexander V.W. Bikkers
1
2. On the Significance of Language for the Natural History of Man (1865) by August Schleicher
J. Peter Maher
73
3. On the Origin of Language (1867) by Wilhelm Heinrich Immanuel Bleek, edited with a preface by Ernst Haeckel
Thomas Davidson
[83]
Appendix: Dr. Bleek and the Simious Theory of Language by William Dwight Whitney (1872)
[71]
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