The Laws of Indo-European

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This book collects all the named laws of Indo-European, presents each in its original form and rationale and then provides an evaluation of all major attacks, revisions and exploitations, along with a full bibliography and index. Complete – thorough – exhaustive.
[Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, 35]  1985.  xviii, 273 pp.
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Table of Contents
Preface
vi
Contents
vii
Abbreviations and acronyms; sigla
ix
Introduction
1
Aitken’s law
3
Bartholomae’s law
7
Brugmann’s law
13
Caland’s law
23
Dolobko’s law
29
Dybo’s law
31
Ebeling’s law
35
Endzelin’s law
37
Fortunatov’s law I
41
Grassmann’s law
47
Grimm’s law
63
Hartmann’s law
77
Hirt’s law I
81
Hirt’s law
85
Hjemslev’s law
89
Holtzmann’s law
93
Illič-Svityč’s law
103
Lachmann’s law
105
Leskien’s law
115
Meillet’s law
117
Nieminen’s law
119
Notker’s law
121
Osthoff’s law
127
Palatals, the law of the
133
Pedersen’s law
143
Pedersen’s law
147
Saussure’s law
149
Šaxmatov’s law
153
Siebs’ law
155
Sievers’ law I
159
Sievers’ law II
175
Stang’s law
179
Streitberg’s law
181
Thurneysen’s law
183
Thurneysen and Havet, the law of
193
Van Wijk’s law
197
Vendryes’ law
199
Wackernagel’s law I
217
Wheeler’s law
221
Winter’s law
225
Appendix I: section A (minor laws)
229
Appendix I: section B (major tendencies)
241
Appendix II: the phonetic ‘new look’ of Indo-European consonants
259
Appendix III: general issues of Balto-Slavic accentology
271
Appendix IV: Dahl’s law of Bantu
279
Appendix V: Latin verbs in —
283
Index of authorities
289
“Collinge has provided all students and scholars in the many branches of Indo-European studies with a useful reference tool and deserves our gratitude.”
“[D]estined to become an indispensable tool on the desk of every Indo-Europeanist, Historical Linguist, and Linguistic Historian [...]. It records in admirably concise fashion the original content, subsequent revision and current scholarly assessment of those well-known rules in historical linguistics which are traditionally termed 'laws'.”
“Collinge dissipates the conventional myth of orthodoxy commonly associated with these laws: he shows how often these were formulated by their propounders as tentative generalizations, and how they were attacked or revised. As such, this book is a fitting tribute to two centuries of comparative scholarship — a story, then, of "how the field of Indo-European was won".”
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