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Historiographia Linguistica
Vol. 13:1 (1986) ► pp. 137174
References

Note: This listing acknowledges the receipt of recent writings in the study of language, with particular attention being given to those works that deal with the history – and historiography – of the language sciences. Only in exceptional instances will a separate acknowledgement be issued; no book can be returned to the publisher. It should be pointed out, however, that by accepting a book, no promise is implied that it will be reviewed in HL. Reviews are published as circumstances permit, and offprints will be sent to the publishers of works reviewed, including those briefly commented upon in the present rubric.

. 1983 . Noticia de la lengua española . Madrid : Ediciones EDAF , 95 pp. [ Preface (9–16) by Amando de Miguel. From the 6 brief sections of the booklet, which deals with the origin, development and structure of Spanish and its study by scholars from the Renaissance to the present, the last one, titled “Gramaticos españoles” (55–89), is the most interesting. A classified bib. (90–94) concludes it .]
AILA Review / Revue ďAILA No. 1 ( 1984 ). Poznan : Adam Mickiewicz Univ. Press , 1985 , vii, 64 pp. [ Issue ed.: Ranko Bugarski. Apart from a brief historical sketch of the Association Internationale de Linguis-tique Appliquée (AILA) by Jan Svartvik (1–5), the issue prints 3 papers on bilingual education, ‘écolinguistique’, and translation studies, respectively .]
. 1984 . Der Wechsel von struktureller zu generativer Linguistik: Historiographie- und Begründungsprobleme in der Sprachwissenschaft . (= Reihe Sprach- und Literaturwissenschaft, 1 .) Pfaffenweiler : Centaurus-Verlagsgesellschaft , vii, 216 pp. [ As the author states in his introduction (p.l), his study essays a reconstruction of Thomas S. Kuhn’s ideas (with regard to the history & philosophy of science) as a model for the historiography of scientific disciplines (here especially linguistics), while at the same time focussing on the concept of ‘the goal of science’. It has the following chapts.: 1, “Kuhns ‘Struktur wissenschaftlicher Revolutionen’ – ein Paradigma für die Sprachwissenschaftsgeschichtsschreibung” (5–24); 2, “Die amerikanische strukturelle Sprachwissenschaft” (25–52); 3, “Der Übergang von struktureller Sprachwissenschaft zum ‘Aspects-Modell’ der generativen Linguistik” (53–86); 4, “Das ‘Aspects-Modell’” (87–110); 5, “Zu Problemen der Begründung der Sprachwissenschaft” (134–61); 6, “Schluß: Konsequenzen für die Beurteilung von Wissenschaft” (162–69), and endnotes – fewer would have been better! (170–201). Bib. (202–216); no index .]
1985 . Phonology in the Twentieth Century: Theories of rules and theories of representation . Chicago & London : Univ. of Chicago Press , x, 373 pp. [ According to the author, “while the text traces the development of phonological theory in the twentieth century, the goal of this exercise is not only to contribute to the study of the history of linguistics per se. Our intent is to study this history in relation to a particular issue: the balance between rules and representations as components of … a theory of sound structure” (p.l). – It consists of the following chapts.: 1, “Ferdinand de Saussure” (17–32); 2, “Saussure’s views on sound structure” (33–55); 3, “The Kazan School: Baudouin de Courtenay and Kruszewski” (56–82); 4, “Prague school phonology from the Moscow circle” (83–115); 5, “Roman Jakobson and the theory of distinctive features” (116–39); 6, “The ‘glossematic’ theory of Louis Hjelmslev” (140–68); 7, “J. R. Firth and the London school of prosodic analysis” (169–93); 8, “Franz Boas and the beginnings of American linguistics” (194–216); 9, “Edward Sapir” (217–49); 10, “Leonard Bloomfield” (250–76); 11, “American structuralist phonology”; 12, “Generative phonology and its origins” (310–27), and 13, “Generative phonology after The Sound Pattern of English11 (328–50). Bib. (351–64); indices of names (364–68), and of subjects (369–73). – Cf. review by Kenneth J. Howell in HL XIII:1 .]
, 1985 . Studies in Post-Medieval Semantics . London : Variorum Reprints , x, [146-]172, [62-]79, [139-]155, [57-]79, [81-]121, [59-]83, [61-]96, [299-]326, [45-]73, [137]167, [599-]613, and [267-]280, [75-]84, 4, 3 pp. [ The vol. reprints – unfortunately without new, consecutive pages added – 11 previously published articles arranged under 5 major headings: (1) “Reference in intensional contexts”; (2) “Propositions and mental language”; (3) “Scholastic influence on John Locke”; (4) “Logical Analysis”, and (5) “Semantic paradoxes”. The papers appeared between 1974 and 1984 in Vivarium (4 items), Franciscan Studies (3), and one each in Canadian Journal of Philosophy 14/1984 and Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic 19/1978 and two inJournal of the History of Philosophy 15/1977 and 19/1981. Together with 4 pages of corrigenda & addenda and a 3-page index of names the volume comes to a total of 342 pp. ]
. 1982 . ĽIlluminismo francese e la tradizione logica di Port-Royal . Bologna : Editrice CLUEB [= Cooperativa Libraria Universitaria Editrice Bologna ], [7-] 109 pp. [ As Dino Buzzetti & Maurizio Ferriani in their joint ‘Presentazione’ indicate, this monograph derives from an unpublished French MS translated into Italian (9–10). (The translator is Carlo A. Sitta.) The study consists of 4 chaps.: 1, “Situazione della logica classica [of the 17th and 18th centuries, bien entendu!]” (15–33); 2, “Descrizione e modello interpretativo della logica di Port-Royal” (35–48); 3, “Le logiche del XVIII secolo: Analisi del contenuto” (49–79), and 4, “Conclusioni[: Grammatica e logica. Innovazione e progresso storico]” (81–84). These are followed by 5 appendices of between 1½ and 3½ pp. each (85–100), and a classified (and, in part, chronological) list of references (101–108). There is an “índice delle illustrazioni” (109), but no other index .]
eds. 1984 . Pour une histoire de la linguistique amerindienne en France . (= Amerindia: Revue ďethno-linguistique amerindienne; Numéro spécial, 6 .) Paris : Amerindia ( B.P. 431, F-75 233 Paris, Cédex 05 ), x, 420 pp. [ The volume contains, inter alia, the following papers: Joan Leopold, “Duponceau, Humboldt et Pott: La place structurale des concepts de polysynthèse et ď incorporation” (65–77); Jean Rousseau, “Wilhelm von Humboldt et les langues à incorporation: Genèse d’un concept (1801–1824)” (79–105); Guy P. Buchholtzer, “Les missionaires et les langues amerindiennes de la côte nord-ouest du Pacifique” (227–52); Claude Désirat & Tris-tan Horde, “Volney et le miami” (253–71). Other papers report on forgotten pioneers in Amerindian linguistics, such as Alphonse-Louis Pinart (1852–1911) by André Lionnet (273–81) and Rémi Simeon (no life-dates supplied; publications date from 1875–85) by Jacqueline de Du-rand-Forest (283–96). The back matter consists of an “Index des noms de personne” (407–414) – but only their last names! – and of an “Indes des noms de langues et de peuples” (415–20) .]
eds. 1984 . Materiaux pour une histoire des theories linguistique / Essays toward a history of linguistic theories / Materialien zu einer Geschichte der sprachwissenschaftlichen Theorien . [ Villneuve-d’Ascq ]: Université de Lille III , xiv, 683 pp. [ This volume constitutes in effect the publication of the bulk of the papers presented at the Second International Conference for the History of the Language Sciences (ICHoLS II), which took place in Lille in early September 1981, a fact only mentioned in passing on p.xiv of the editors’ “Présentation”. – The over 60 papers have been organized under 7 headings, namely, I, “La methode de l’his-toire” (10 papers); II, “Periode hellenistique & romaine” (7 papers); III, “Le moyen-âge” (9 papers); IV, “La renaissance et ľâge clas-sique” (7 papers); V, “Les lumières” (7 papers); VI, “Dix-neuvième et vingtième siècles” (10 papers), and VII, “De l’histoire à la methode” (13 pages). An index of [last] names of authors concludes the volume (665–83). 42 of the papers are in French, 15 in English, 5 in German, and 1 in Spanish; participants came from France, Belgium, Spain, Italy, Germany, The Netherlands, Canada, and the United States .]
. 1985 . Les tours comportant ľexpression de † adjectif [in modern French] . Geneva : Librairie Droz , 257 pp. [ This is a revised version of a these de doctorat de 3e cycle directed by Richard S. Kayne at the Université de Paris VIII (probably completed in 1982). Bib. (245–53), detailed table of contents (255–57), no index .]
ed. 1984 . Sprache und Kulturentwicklung im Blickfeld der deutschen Spätaufklärung: Der Beitrag Johann Christoph Adelungs . (= Abhandlungen der Sächsischen Akad. der Wissenschaften; Phil.-hist. Klasse, 70:4 .) Berlin : Akademie-Verlag , 267 pp. [ This vol. prints 28 papers first presented in Leipzig in Oct. 1982, on the occasion of the 250th anniversary of the birth of Adelung (1732–1806); they deal with his work in the field of lexicography, philosophy of language, grammatical theory, language comparison as well as other subjects. Of particular interest to readers of HL are the following contributions: Helmut Henne, “Johann Christoph Adelung – Leitbild und Stein des Antoßes” (98–108); Ulrich Ricken, “Linguistik und Anthropologie bei Adelung” (124–34); Hartmut Schmidt, “Einige Grundbegriffe von … Adelungs Sprachkonzept” (135–44); Jaromír Povejšil, “Zum Verhältnis von Friedrich Karl Fulda [(1724–88)], … Adelung und Joseph [recte: Josef] Dobrovsky [(1753–1829)]” (145–50); Natalija Semenjuk, “Versuch einer Rekonstruktion der Sprachsituation im 18. Jahrhundert anhand von lexikographischen Daten bei … Adelung” (151–57); Renate Baudusch, “[Friedrich Gottlieb] Klopstock [(1724–1803)] und Adelung: Ein Beitrag zur Geschichte der Sprachwissenschaft im 18. Jahrhundert” (173 to 179); Wolfgang Pfeifer, “Adelungs Stellung zur Etymologie in seinem Wörterbuch” (233–38); Hans-Josef Niederehe, “Das Spanische im “Mi-thridates” von Adelung & [Johann Severin] Vater [(1771–1826)]” (245252), and Ernst Eichler, “Das Slawenkapitel im “Mithridates” (253–60), including a list of scholars mentioned in vol.11 (pp.610–95) of A. & Vater’s 4-volume compilation (1806–1817). No index .]
eds. 1985 . Nach-Chomskys che Linguistik: Neuere Arbeit von Berliner Linguisten . Berlin & New York : Walter der Gruyter , x, 500 pp. [ The vol., dedicated to Helmut Schnelle, professor at the Technische Univ. in Berlin during 1967–1975 (cf. his “Meine Forschung in Berlin” [this vol., 475–83]), brings together some 40 papers by linguists, many of whom played an important role in the dissemination of Chomsky’s ideas in the Federal Republic of Germany during the late 1960s and early 1970s, e.g., Klaus Baumgärtner, Renate Bartsch, Hans Heinrich Lieb, Dieter Wunderlich, and others. These have been organized under the following 6 headings: I, “Aufgaben der Linguistik”; II, “Historische Rückblicke”; III, “Philosophische Voraussetzungen”; IV, “Grammatiktheorie”; V, “Deskriptive Grammatik”, and VI, “Anwendungen der Linguistik”. – Of paryicular interest to HL readers would probably be the following papers: Jün-tin Wang, “Modi Significandi, Logik der Tropen und Signum Signorum” (115–23); Herbert E. Brekle, “[Israel Gottlieb Canz’s (1690–1753)] Grammatica Universalis Tenuis Rudimenta (1737)” (124–33), and Jürgen Schmidt-Radefeldt, “Zu logischen und sprachphilosophischen Grundlagen von Paul Valéry: G. W. Leibniz” (134–45). Index of authors, comp, by Heinrich Mundt (487–93), and index of subjects & terms (by the same, 494–500) .]
. 1984 . Istorija lingvističeskix učenij. Iz-danie vtoroe, ispravennoe i dopolnennoe [ History of linguistic theories . Second edition , revised and enlarged ], Moscow : Izd . “ Vysšaja skola ”, 319 pp. [ 2nd ed. of the author*s HoL from antiquity to Soviet linguistics of the 1950s and 1960s (1st ed., 1975, 304 pp.); endnotes (350 in number, 302–309), index of authors (311–15), and table of contents (316–19). – For reviews of the 1st ed., cf. Oľga S. Axmanova in VJa 1976/4.136–38, and Savvati Smirnov in KjK 19.183–85 (1976) .]
. 1984 . Reader zur Gescichte der sowjetischen Sprachwissenschaft . Ind Deutsche übersetzt von Hans Zikmund . Leipzig : VEB Bibliographisches Institut , 316 pp. [ German transl, of Berezin’s Istorija sovetskogo jazykoznanija (Moscow: “Vysšaja škola”, 1981), which has also been reviewed by Oľga S. Axmanova in VJa 1982/6.129–32. – The vol. presents texts from L. V. Ščerba (1931) to Viktorija N. Jarceva (1968) arranged under the following major headings: I, “Allgemeintheoretische Probleme”; II, “Soziolinguistik”; III, “Phonetik, Phonolo-gie”; IV, “Lexikologie, Phraseologie, Lexikographie”, and V, “Grammatik (Morphologie, Wortbildung, Syntax)”. Bib. (308–314); index of authors (315–16) .]
eds. 1985 . Lexikographie und Grammatik: Akten des Essener Kolloquiums zur Grammatik im Wörterbuch, 28.-30.6.1984 . (= Lexicographica; Series Maior, 3 .) Tübingen : Max Niemeyer Verlag , 403 pp. [ This volume brings together 14 papers by distinguished scholars in the field of lexicography/lexicology, such as Herbert Ernst Wiegand, Franz Josef Hausmann, the editors, and others. Of particular interest to readers of HL is the contribution by Joachim Bahr, “Grammatik im Deutschen Wörterbuch [(1854ff.)] von Jacob und Wilhelm Grimm” (99–117), in which the author demonstrates the importance of grammatical considerations which the Grimm brothers, esp. Jacob, attached to the lexicographical work. The vol. concludes with a master list of references, consisting of a bib. of dictionaries (378 to 383) and a list of secondary sources (384–403). No index .]
Berichte zur Wissenschaftsgeschichte: Organ der Gesellschaft für Wissenschaftsgeschichte e.V Herausgegeben von Fritz Krafft in Verbindung mit August Buck, Kurt Hübner, Rudolf Schmitz und Richard Toellner . Wiesbaden : Akademische Verlagsgesellschaft Athenaion , vol. 5 , Nos. 1/2, 3, and 4 , [vi], 285 pp. , and vol. 7 , Nos. 1–4 ( 1984 ), 280 pp. [ Though this journal and/or society does not seem to include linguistics among its subjects, there are in these pages several papers that might be of interest to readers of HL, e.g., Ernst Schulin, “Historismus und Tele-ologie” (5.131–42); Reijer Hooykaas, “Wissenschaftsgeschichte – eine Brücke zwischen Natur- und Geisteswissenschaften” (5.153–72), and Mitchell G. Ash, “Disziplinentwicklung und Wissenschaftstransfer -Deutschsprachige Psychologen in der Emigration [(1933–1945)]” (7.207226). – Each volume carries an “Index rerum” (by which they seem to understand authors whose work is discussed) and and “Index nominum” (which is more like the regular index of authors) .]
. 1983 . ‘Hellenismus’: Geschichte und Problematik eines Epochenbegriffs . (= Impulse der Forschung, 41 .) Darmstadt : Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft , ix, 219 pp. [ Revised version of the author’s 1980 habilitation dissertation, Univ. of Innsbruck, devoted to the history, understanding, and differing interpretation of Eλλη-ντσμóς. Classified bib. (199–214) and general index (215–17) .]
ed. Texts and Studies on Russian Universal Grammar, 1806–1812 . Vol. 1 : Ivan Ornatovskij , Novejšee načertanie pravil Rossijiskoj grammatiki ( Xarkov : Univ. Tipografija , 1810 ). (= Specimina Philologiae Slavicae, Supplementband 4 .) Munich : Verlag Otto Sagner , 1984 , x, 315 pp. [ Repr. of the 1810 text, with a Preface by the editors (v-viii), and a bib. (viii-x). – Three such vols, are planned (see next page for vol.II). No index .]
eds. 1984 . Texts and Studies … . Volume II : The Universal Grammars of I. Rižkij, Char’kov 1806; N. Jazvickij, SPb. 1810; I. Timkovskij, Char’kov 1811; L.G. Jakob, SPb. 1812 . (= Specimina Philologiae Slavicae; Supplementband 5 .) Munich : Verlag Otto Sagner , [xiii], iv, 108; 138; 53, and vii, 104 pp. [ Repr. of 4 treatises by Russian authors devoted to 17th-century grammaire generale or 18th-century logical grammar traditions, which appeared in either St.Petersburg or in Xarkov between 1806 and 1812, a rather short flourishing spell (terminated by Napoleon’s attack on Russia and the defeat of his armies in 1812?). There is no introduction or information supplied on these authors, to the extent that it can only be hoped that this will be done in volume III promised for 1987 (cf. Preface to vol.1, p.vi) .]
. 1984 . Language . With a new Foreword by C[harles] F[rancis] Hockett . Chicago & London : Univ. of Chicago Press , xvi, 564 pp. [ Repr. of the 1933 text (New York: Henry Holt & Co.). – For reviews of the original publication, see A Leonard Bloomfield Anthology ed. by C. F. Hockett (Bloomington & London: Indiana Univ. Press, 1970) – p.xxv (for location of reviews or notices by Franklin Egerton, C. F. Voegelin, Samuel Kroesch, Antoine Meillet, Edgar H. Sturtevant, Roland G. Kent, George M. Boiling, and Albert Debrunner) and pp.258280 (for reproduction of all reviews except the half-page notice by Voegelin) .]
eds. 1985 . Studies in the History of Arabic Grammar: Proceedings of the First Symposium on the History of Arabic Grammar, held at Nijmegen, 16–19th April 1984 . (= Zeitschrift für arabische Linguistik, 15 .) Wiesbaden : Otto Harrassowitz , xiii, 182 pp. [ “Introduction” by Kees Versteegh (vii-xiii). The vol. prints 13 papers (5 in French, 8 in English); they include the following contributions: Nadia Anghelescu, “La relation normatif-theorique dans les diverses périodes de la grammaire arabe” (1–10); Michael G(eorge) Carter, “The term sabab in Arabic grammar” (53–66); Wolfdietrich Fischer, “The chapter on grammar in the Kitāb MafŴīh al-°ulūm” (94–103), and Jacques Langhade, “Mentalité grammairienne et mentalité logicienne au IVe siècle” (104–117), Rafael Talmon, “Who was the first Arab grammarian? A new approach to an old problem” (128–47); Gérard Troupeau. “Les livres des définitions grammaticales dans la lexicographie arabe” (146–51). Index of names (174–77); index of terms (177–82) .]
ed. 1983 . Semiotics Unfolding: Proceedings of the Second Congress of the International Association for Semiotic Studies, Vienna, July 1979 . 3 vols. (= Approaches to Semiotics, 68 .) Berlin – New York – Amsterdam : Mouton Publishers , xiii, 1846 pp. [ The volumes are subdivided into 7 parts distributed over the 3 tomes, with vol.1 carrying the first two, and vol.III the last three: I, “Theory and History of Semiotics”; II, “Semiotics and Social Interaction”; III, “Semiotics in Text and Literature”; IV, “Linguistics and Semiotics”; V, “Semiotics in Architecture and Fine Arts”; VI, “Semiotics and Visual Communication”, and VI, “Semiotics in Theatre, Music, and Film”. – Of particular interest to HL readers are parts I and IV, which include the following papers: Marcelo Dascal, “A semiotically relevant history of semiotics” (61–65); Umberto Eco, “Proposals for a history of semiotics” (75–89); Carolyn Eisele, “Fresh light on Prirce’s theory of signs from his writings on mathematics and the history of science” (91–98); Robert E. Innis, “The semiotic relevance of Bühler’s Sprachtheorie” (143–49); Bertil Malmberg, “Sur un projet d’histoire de la sémiotique” (181–84); Alain Rey, “Sur ľhistoire de la sémiotique” (321–25); Vilmos Voigt, “On the history of semiotics” (405–407); Elisabeth Walther, “Die Relevanz der Bedeutungsbegriffe von Victoria Welby und Charles S. Peirce für die heutige Semiotik” (409–416), and Andrea Calabrese, “Some remarks on grammar and ideology” (1083–90); Joelle Réthoré, “Sémiotique de la langue et de la métalangage” (12291235), and Linda R. Waugh, “The relevance of research into the sound shape of language for semiotic studies” (1256–68). – The third vol. ends in an index of names (1825–46) .]
ed. 1985 . Mediaeval Semantics and Metaphysics: Studies dedicated to L. M. de Rijk, Ph.D., professor of ancient and mediaeval philosophy at the University of Leiden on the occasion of his 60th birthday . (= Aristarium; Supplementa, 2 .) Nijmegen : Ingenium Publishers , xxix, 350 pp. [ The front matter contains, in addition to a picture of the receiver of the festschrift, a brief biographical note and a list of his publications, 1947–1984 (ix–xxiii). As well, it carries an (unsigned) Introduction (xxv-xxix), in which all papers are briefly discussed. They include the following: H.A.G. Braakhuis, “Kilwardby versus Bacon? The contribution to the discussion on uni-vocal signification of beings and non-beings found in a sophism attributed to Robert Kilwardby” (111–121, notes, 122–25, and text ed., 126–38; bib., 139–42); Antonie Vos, “On the philosophy of the young Duns Scotus: Some semantical and logical aspects” (195–220); Norman Kretzmann & Eleonore Stump, “The anonymous De arte obligatoria in Mer-ton College U.S. “306” (239–42), followed by ed. of text (243–60, and notes, 261–78), and bib. (279–80), and Gabriel Nuchelmans, “Stanislaus of Znaim (d.1414) on truth and falsity” (313–38). The back matter consists of indices of manuscripts (341), of ancient and medieval names (343–45), and of modern authors (347–50) .]
. Einführung in die Geschichte der Sprachwissenschaft . (= Die Sprachwissenschaft: Einführungen in Gegenstand, Methoden und Ergebniss ihrer Teildisziplinen und Hilfswissenschaften, [unnumbered] .) Darmstadt : Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft , xi, 211 pp. [ This is not a regular introduction to the history, but a selection of papers, many of them adapted from earlier publications, together with a few newly written chapters which the author (Vorwort, p.[ix]) intends as an introduction to the diversity of questions pertaining to the ‘historische Dimension der Sprachwissenschaft’ and, more generally, to lead the reader to reflect on the nature of language. Chaps, are entitled: “‘Was heißt und zu welchem Ende studiert man Sprachwissenschaftsgeschichte?’” (1–26); “Kritische Betrachtung vier neuerer Geschichten der Sprachwissenschaft [i.e., Arens 21969; Robins 11967; Mounin 1967, and Amirova et al. 1980]” (27–33); “‘Volkslinguistik’: Ein Gegenstand der Historiographie der Sprachwissenschaft?” (34–43) – cf. also Ranko Bugarski, “The interdisciplinary relevance of folk linguistics”, Progress in Linguistic Historiography (Amsterdam: Benjamins, 1980), pp.381–93); “Sprachtheorie und Grammatik bei den Stoikern” (44–67); “Ein Blick auf die Anfänge der arabischen Sprachwissenschaft” (68–87); “Zur Sprach- und Grammatikauffassung von Juan Luis Vives (1492–1540)” (88–115); “Benedetto Buommattei: ’Deila lingua tos-cana1 (1623, 31643)” (116–30); “Wolfgang von Kempelen: ‘Mechanismus der menschlichen Sprache nebst Beschreibung einer sprechenden Maschine’ (1791)” (131–52); “Ein frühes Plädoyer für eine relationslogische Analyse von Verben und Präpositionen: John Fearns ‘Anti-Tooke’ (1824/ [18]27)” (153–70) ; “Eine Neueinschätzung der wortbildungstheoretischen Ansätze in Karl Bühlers ‘Sprachtheorie’ (1934)” (171–86). The back matter consists of a classified bib. (187–206) and a “Personenregister” (207–211), which is also useful in tracing bibliographical references .]
eds. 1983 . Die Antike-Rezeption in den Wissenschaften während der Renaissance . (= Mitteilung X der Kommission für Humanismus forschung, Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft, Bonn .) Weinheim : Acta Humaniora der Verlag Chemie GmbH , [v], 167 pp. [ Of the 8 papers dealing with science and humanism of the Renaissance, three deal with linguistic matters; these are: Christian Schmitt, “Zur Rezeption antiken Sprachdenkens in der Renaissancephilologie” (75–101); Konrad Krautter, “Der ‘Grammaticus’ Poliziano in der Auseinandersetzung mit zeitgenössischen Humanisten: Zur Entwicklung der Philologie aus den ‘studia humanitatis’” (103–116), and Paul Gerhard Schmidt, “Kritische Philologie und pseudoantike Literatur” (117–28). Another paper of interest to HL readers may be the one by Eckard Keßler, “Die Ausbildung der Theorie der Gesxhichtsschreibung im Humanismus und in der Renaissance unter dem Einfluss der wiederentdeckten Antike” (2949). No index .]
. 1984 . Jezik i lingvistika . 2nd rev. and enl. ed. Beo-grad : Nolit , 329 pp. [ First ed., 1972. – Of the 11 chaps, the first dealing with the history of linguistics (23–61) and the fifth – on ‘linguistics and time’ (158–84) are of particular interest to readers of HL. The vol. has useful indices of authors (315–21) and of subjects (323–28) .]
. 1983 . Lingvistika o čoveku [ Linguistics and man ]. Beograd : Prosveta , 267 pp. in-16° . [ This is a 2nd rev. ed. of a collection of papers first published in 1974. The first 9 papers deal with linguists and/or linguistic schools, the remaining 8 with particular aspects of linguistic research. The first set includes accounts of F, de Saussure, (5373), Sapir (74–86), Bloomfield (87–101), and generative grammar (102–111, 112–23, and 124–43). Name index (262–66) .]
ed. 1984 . See Sapir ( 1984 ), below .
. 1985 . Treatise on Basic Philosophy . Vol. 7 , Parts 1–2 . Dordrecht-Boston-Lancaster : D. Reidel Publishing Co. , xi, 263 and xi, 341 pp. , respectively . [ These volumes are important contributions to the philosophy of science, but also “what the author takes to be the nucleus of contemporary philosophy, namely semantics (theories of meaning and truth), epistemology (theories of knowledge), metaphysics (general theories of the world), and ethics (theory of value and right action).” (General Preface, p.v). They form part of a larger series entitled “Epistemology & methodology”. Each vol. has a detailed bib., a name index, and a subject index .]
1985 . Morphology: A study of the relation between meaning and form . (= Typological Studies in Language, 9 .) Amsterdam & Philadelphia : John Benjamins Publishing Co. , xii, 234 pp. [ “This book presents a theory whose goal is to explain the recurrent properties of morphological systems in terms of the dynamic processes that create them. It reports on a cross-linguistic survey of verbal morphology in 50 languages, with special emphasis on inflectional aspect, tense and mood, and a critical evaluation of the notion ‘grammatical category’” (from the cover). Bib. (217–29); index of terms and subjects (231–34) .]
Cahiers de ľInstitut du Moyen-Âge grec et latin publiés par le direc-teur de ľinstitut . Copenhagen : Université de Copenhague , ( Distributor : Erik Paludan, Copenhagen .) No. 49 ( 1985 ), 224 pp. , and No. 50 , 216 pp. [ Like previous numbers, the present ones contain a mix of original papers and text-editions. For instance, No.49 (pp.7–23) carries a paper by Peter Øhrsrøm on “Richard Lavenham on temporal instants”, while No.5 (1985) contains a vita, text ed., and commentary on “[Walter] Chatton [(c.1285–1344)] contra Ockham über Gegenstand und Einheit von Wissenschaft und Theologie” (3–112) .]
Cahiers Ferdinand de Saussure . Vol. 38 ( 1985 for 1984 ), Geneva : Libraire Droz , [x], 297 pp. [ This number is dedicated to the late Robert Godel (1902–1984), whose portrait [p.viii] and (remaining) list of publications (1–3) is reproduced, prints the following articles: René Am-acker, “In memoriam Robert Godel (7 août 1902 – 2 juin 1984)” (5–18); Tullio De Mauro, “La linguistica generale di Robert Godel” (19–27); Rudolf Engler, “CLG und SM” (29–31); René Amacker, “Robert Godel la-tiniste” (33–42); Michel Burger, “Robert Godel et la dialectologie” (43–44). These appraisals are followed by republications of altogether 17 papers by Godel, plus the first publication of two papers on “Sincronia, diacronia e pseudo-diacronia” (169–87) and on “Questions de vocabulaire latin” (259–67). Of the others, the following are particularly well known: “L’Ecole saussurienne de Geneve” (1961); “F. de Saussure’s Theory of Language” (1966); “La semiologia saussu-riana” (1975); “Théorie de la phrase” (1969) .]
eds. 1985 . Fabula de Polyfemo y Las Soledades: Textos y concordancia . Madison, Wisconsin : The Hispanic Seminary of Medieval Studies , [v], 122 pp. [ Text ed. of two works by Don Luis de Góngora y Argote (1561–1627), based on the MS prepared by Antonio Chacón in 1628 (which has been used ever since for editions of Góngora’s works). The present ed. follows the orthography of the original scrupulously. Text (1–57), concordance – excluding frequent words to save space (59–126) .]
1985 . A Morphological Dictionary of Classical Nahuatl: A morpheme index to the ‘Vocabulario en lengua mexicana y castellana’ of Fray Alonso de Molina . Madison, Wisconsin : The Hispanic Seminary of Medieval Studies , xxii, 487 pp. [ The Vocabulario en lengua castellana y mexicana, compuesto por el Reuerendo Padre Fray Alonso de Molina (Mexico: Antonio de Spinosa, 15 71) is a land-mark in the history of the study of Nahuatl; it has been reprinted several times in this century (1944, 1945, and 1977). The present vol. is a computer-compiled morphological dictionary consisting of 3 parts: 1, “Main morpheme entries [with reference to Molina’s dictionary]”; 2, the dictionary itself, and 3, alphabetical index. – “Each entry [of part 2] consists of the following parts: 1) The Nahuatl entry … as it appears in Molina, 2) the morphological analysis of the … entry [and] 3) the English translation of the Spanish gloss …, and 4) the Spanish gloss as given by Molina …” (Preface, p.vii). Important research tool .]
eds. 1985 . Louis Hjelmslev: Lingüistica, semiotica, epistemologica . (= Il Protagora: Rivista di filosofia e cultura …, 25; serie 4, “Saggi e Ricerche, 7–8 .) Lecce, Italy : Il Protagora [ via Gidiuli 19 ], 239 pp. [ This volume is devoted to the work and ideas of Hjelmslev (1899–1965). From the 12 papers the following are of particular historical interest: André Martinet, “Contribution à l’histoire des ‘Prolegomènes’ de Louis Hjelmslev” (15–19); Francis J. Whitfield, “In the theoretician’s workshop: A note on Hjelmslev’s definitions of ‘establishment’” (21–28); René Amacker, “La notion de ‘phonème’ dans les ‘Principes de Grammaires générale’ [of L. Hjelmslev (Copenhagen, 1928)” (29–47), where H’s relationship to Saussure are also discussed; and François Rastier, “L’oeuvre de Hjelmslev au-jourd’hui” (109–125) as well as Claude Zilberberg, “Connaissance de Hjelmslev (Prague ou Copenhague?)” (127–69). No index .]
. 1983 . Trattato della vera origine, e del processo, e nome della nostra Lingua, scritto in vulgar Sanese, Venetia 1601 . (= Romanistik in Geschichte und Gegenwart, 13 .) Hamburg : Helmut Buske Verlag , 238 pp. [ Reprint of the original publication, with an introduction and a bib. by Gerd Schlemmer. The introd. consists a several sections, incl. life and work of Cittadini (1553–1627), the reception of his work (“im Urteil der Romanistik”); his conception of language, and the 1601 Treatise (9–11, 12–17, 18–28, and 29–33, in that order). Bib. (37–41), followed by facs.-repr. (47–225) – original pagination, which counts 2 pages each, has been retained, and a facs.-repr. of a 10-page essay by Cittadini on “Degľidiomi toscani trattato” of 1721 (229–38). No index .]
. 1985 . Sprache und Staat: Studien zur Sprachplanung . Berlin & New York : Walter de Gruyter , 292 pp. in-16° [ ‘Sammlung Göschen’ format], [The study consists of 9 chaps., including the following: 1, “Die sprachliche Aufteilung der Welt – Sprache, Dialekt, Nation” (9–40); 4, “Cuius regio, eius lingua - das sprachliche Erbe des Kolonialismus” (113–48); 5, “Pidgin- und Kreolspraxhen” (149–66); 7, “Ver-schriftung und Alphabetisierung, Sprachplanung und soziale Kontrolle” (207–234). Bib. (267–83); indices of names & subjects (285–88, 289–92) .]
. 1984 . Syntactic Theory in the High Middle Ages: Modistic models of sentence structure . (= Cambridge Studies in Linguistics . Cambridge-London-New York, etc. : Cambridge Univ. Press , viii, 163 pp. [ This former Yale dissertation (written under the direction of Rulon Wells) consists of 6 chapters of unequal length: 1, “Introduction” (1–3); 2, “Before the Modistae”, especially the work of Priscian (4–21); 3, “Modistic grammar” (22–40); 4, “Syntactic structure [e.g., construction, transitivity, ‘regimen’, ‘dependens’, ‘terminans’, etc.]” (41–82); 5, “Modistic treatments of particular syntactic problems [e.g., conjunctions, embeddings, impersonal clauses, etc.]” (83–119), and 6, “Subsequent developments [6.1 The fall of modism; 6.2 The modistic achievement]” (120–32). The back matter consists of an Appendix (“Notes on certain questions of authorship”, 133–35: Anonymous Norimbergensis, Johannes le Rus, Jordanus, Robert Kilwardby, Petrus Croccus, and Simon Dacus); endnotes (136–49); bib. (150–58); index of names (159–60), and index of topics (161–63). -Latin quotations are paralleled by English translations; the work of most of the better known scholars of the period are mentioned and/or discussed, such as Thomas of Erfurt, Michael of Marbais, Martinus of Dacia, Radulphus Brito, Petrus Helias, Hugh of St Victor, etc. ]
. 1986 . Chomsky’s System of Ideas . Oxford-New York-Toronto : Clarendon Press , xii, 226 pp. [ As the author states in the Preface (p.vii), he intends “to discuss six important philosophical doctrines on which Chomsky’s well-known and influential account of language is based.” Further, he states (Introduction, p.2) that he is interested in “demonstrating the unity or coherence of the philosophical ideas associated with Chomsky’s account of language”, ideas the author regards as essentially ‘metaphysical’ and hence so successful. The argument is made in 4 chapters, an introduction on “Chomsky’s subjectivism” (1–9), and a conclusion on “Chomsky’s libertarianism” (206–214). The chaps, are entitled: “Chomsky’s individualism” (1160); 2, “Chomsky’s mentalism and rationalism” (61–113); “Chomsky’s intellectualism” (114–54), and 4, “Chomsky’s limitionism” (155–205). Bib. (215–22); general index (223–26) .]
. 1984 . La Ricerca del segno: Diderot e i problemi del linguaggio . (= Biblioteca di Cultura, 285 .) Rome : Bulzoni edito-re , x, 175 pp. [ This monograph is devoted to the linguistic ideas of the grammairien-philosophe Denis Diderot (1713–84), of whose work, in particular his famous Lettre sur les sourds et muets à l’usage. de oeux qui entendent et qui porlent, the author states (p.154): “La rifles-sione di Diderot sul linguaggio e sulle lingue è connessa sia alle sue concezioni filosofiche ed estetiche sia alla tematica dibattuta in quel tempo. Tale duplice collegamento appare con evidenze nella discussione sull’ordine delle parole, alla quale è dedicata gran parte della LSM.” The study consists of 3 main parts: 1, “Le possibili-tà del linguaggio” (5–52); 2, “L’ordine delle parole” (53–97), and 3, “Uomini e animali” (99–152). Bib. (157–75), divided into primary and secondary sources; no index .]
DELTA: Revista de Documentação de Estudos em Lingüística Teórica e Aplicada . Vol. 1 , Nos. 1–2 . São Paulo, Brazil : Departamento de Linguística, Pontificia Universidade Católica de Sao Paulo , 1985 , 131 pp. [ For information write to: Sumiko N. Ikeda, Dept. of Linguistics, PUC-SP, Rua Monte Alegre, 984, SAO PAOLO, S.P., Brazil .]
. 1985 . Storia delle lingue e polemiche linguistiche: Dai saggi berlinesi 1783–1804 . A cura di Claudio Marazzini . Alessandria, Italy : Edizioni dell’Orso , xxiv, 143 pp. [ Collection of 5 papers by the Italian historian and linguistic scholar Denino (1731–1813) first published between 1783 and 1804 (2 in French, 3 in Italian). For details about him, see Claudio Marazzini’s article, “Carlo Denina linguiste: Aux sources du comparatisme” (HL 10.77–96, 1983). – Apart from the text edition, each of which is preceded by a new introduction by the ed., there is an introd. (v-xvi), followed by a bib. (xvii-xxi), and a note on the texts (xxiiif.). The back matter consists of a “Repertorio di etimologisti e linguisti dei Secc. XVI-XVIII citati da Denina” (131/133–39) which supplies capsule information on a variety of scholars without, however, giving life-dates .]
ed. 1985 . Twe-spraack vande Nederduitsche letterkunst (1584) . Ingeleid, geinterpreteerd, van kommentaar voorzien en uitgegeven door G.R.W.D . Assen & Maastricht : Van Gorcum , xv, 571 pp. [ This is an annotated reprint of an important 16th century 120-page text (pp.47/49–321 reproduce the text on recto, with critical notes and comments – as well as variant readings – on the opposite page. To this, the ed. has added a number of original chapters dealing with the various printed versions of the text, the general context in which it appeared, the question of the author of the book, an introduction to the text itself, and this is follwed by further sections dealing with the various authors and their works mentioned in the text here edited, such as Joannes Goropius Becanus (cf. p.326 for the various forms of this well-known scholar, 1519–1572), Erasmus of Rotterdam, Joannes Despauterius (c.1480–1520), Petrus Ramus, and many others (325–52), questions of orthography (355–427), of prosody (429–40), of etymology (443–85), syntax (487–94), word formation (501 to 534), and a concluding chap, on (the teaching of) the mother language in the book here reproduced. The short conclusion (535–37) is followed by a detailed bib. (538–57), 7 pages of facs.-reproductions and a concordance of pages of the 400-year-old text and the pages in the present study in which these are dicussed. However, there is no general index in this book .]
Diacronia, Sincronia e cultura: Saggi linguistici in onore di Luigi Heilmann . (= Pubblicazioni del Centro di Linguistica dell’Università Cattolica; Saggi e monografie, 4 .) Brescia : Editrice La Scuola , 1984 , 521 pp. [ Of the 28 contributions the following may be of interest to HL readers: Giuseppe C[arlo] Vincenzi, “La nozione di ‘struttura’ in Marx e in Saussure; Alcune osservazioni” (135–51); Konrad Koerner, “The ‘Chomskyan revolution’ and its historiography” (153–77) – cf. Language & Communication 3.147–69 (1983) for a revised and extended version; Maria Luisa Altieri Biagi, “Nuclei concettuali e strtture sintattiche nella ‘Composizione del mondo’ di Res toro d’Arezzo” (503–5517). The front matter includes a “Profilo di Luigi Heilmann” (xiv-xxii) by Enrico Arcaini, followed by a list of Heilmann’s publications, 1937–1984 (xxiii-xlii). There is no index .]
. 1984 . Under the Tumtum Tree: From nonsense to sense. A study in nonautomatic comprehension . (= Pragmatics & Beyond, 5:1 .) Amsterdam & Philadelphia : John Benjamins Publ. Co. , vii, 119 pp. [ In 7 chaps, linguistic nonsense in children’s books and children’s understanding of it are investigated, bib. (115–19); no index .]
. 1984 . Shakespeare and the Sixteenth-Century Study of Language . Urbana[-Champaign, 111.] & London : Univ. of Illinois Press , xi, 279 pp. [ This is a revised version of the author’s 1975 U. of Wisconsin at Madison Ph.D. dissertation. It is devoted to the language of Shakespeare as found in his plays (chaps.4–8 are devoted to Love’s Labor’s Lost; King John; The Merchant of Venice; All’s Well That Ends Well, and Hamlet, respectively). Following an introduction (1–11), in which the subject of the study is outlined, namely, that it is intended to be “historical in method, [a study] of ideas about language in Shakespeare’s plays”, there are 3 chapters that elaborate on the subject. They are entitled: “‘What is in that word?’: The nature, history, and powers of language” (13–55); “‘The modesty of nature’: Passion psychology and the body’s language” (56–105), and “‘To grow and bear’: Attitudes toward language” (106–140). Bibliographical notes are appended to individual chapters; there is a detailed general index (269–79) .]
DRLAV: Revue de Linguistique No. 35 ( 1985 ). Paris : Presses Universitaires de Vincennes & Centre de Recherche de ľ Univ. de Paris VIII, 149 pp. [ The issue is devoted to the subject of ‘Linguistique et opérations mentales’ and includes contributions by Manfred Bierwisch, Danièle Clément, Marga Reis, and others. Of particular interest to readers of HL may be: Eric Grumbach, “L’ ‘organisme’ au 19ème siècle en Allemagne: [Ferdinand] Becker [(1775–1849)] et [Friedrich Adolf] Trendelenburg [(1802–1872)]” (121–31), and Wolf Thümmel, “Linguistique et psychologie vers 1900: Le concept de ‘phrase’ chez Wilhelm Wundt et Hermann Paul” (133–49) .]
eds. 1985 . L’homme des lumières et la découverte de l’autre . (= Etudes sur le XVIIIe siècle; volume hors série, 3 .) Brussels : Editions de l’université de Bruxelles , 224 pp. [ The 15 papers brought together in this vol. are organized under 3 different headings: 1, “Anthropologie”; 2, “Signes et langage”, and 3, “Voyages et rencontres”. Of interest are in particular: Britta Rupp-Eisenreich, “Christoph Meiners et Joseph-Marie de Gérando: Un chapitre du comparatisme anthropologique” (21–36, detailed tables, 37–47), Julie Andresen-Tetel, “Images des langues américaines au XVIIIe siècle” (135145), and Daniel L. Schlafly, “L’Europe occidentale découvre la Russie: Les voyageurs étrangers pendant le règne de Catherine II” (177182). No index .]
eds. 1985 . Rekonstruktion und Interpretation: Problemgeschichtliche Studien zur Sprachtheorie von Ockham bis Humboldt . (= Tübinger Beiträge zur Linguistik, 264 .) Tübingen : Gunter Narr Verlag , viii, 351 pp. [ This volume contains the following individual contributions: Claude Panaccio, “Der Nominalismus Ockhams und der zeitgenössische Nominalismus” (transl. into German by Ludger Kaczmarek with the assistance of Birgit Buhs-Sinofzik, 1–22) – the French version is to appear in Philosophiques(Montreal); Olaf Pluta, “Utinam haberem hoc! Sprachphilosophische Betrachtungen bei Adam Wo-deham, Gregor von Rimini und Peter von Ailly” (23–51); L. Kaczmarek, “’Promitto tibi equum1 : Zur Diskussion der Problematik des Versprechens in einem, scholastischen Text. Edition und Kommentar” (53–89); Sarah Juntune, “Christoph Helwig’s Allgemeine Sprachkunst [(Giessen, 1619)]: One of the first universal grammars” (91–123); Claire Lecoin-tre, “[John] Twells [in his Grammatica reformata (London, 1683) upon [William] Lily [(c.1468–1522)]: Der Einfluß der Syntax der Ellipse auf die lateinische Schulgrammatik in England” (125–41), followed by a re-ed. of the English text of Twells’ text (143–87, and his “Additional! Rules in the Oxford Grammar …” of 1680, pp.188–95); Peter Dear, “Mersenne and the language of philosophy” (197–241); David F. Cram, “Language universals and 17th-century universal language schemes” (243–57); Klaus D. Dutz, “Schlüsselbegriffe einer Zeichentheorie bei G. W. Leibniz: Analysis und synthesis, expressio und representation §259–310), and Peter Schmitter, “Ein transsemiotisches Modell: Wilhelm von Humboldts Auffassung von Kunst und Sprache” (311334). Index of names (337–43); index of subjects (344–51) .]
eds. 1985 . Historiographia Semioticas: Studien zur Rekonstruktion der Theorie und Geschichte der Semiotik . (= Papiere des Münsteraner Arbeitskreises für Semiotik, 18 .) Münster : MAkS Publikationen [ to be contacted through Institut f r Allgemeine Sprachwissenschaft, Universität Münster, D-44oo Münster, W. Germany], 304 pp. [The volume contains, inter alia, the following papers: Wolf-hart Henckmann, “Oswald Külpes Beitrag zu einer Erkenntnistheorie der Zeichen” (69–132); Ludger Kaczmarek, “Grammatik und naturphilosophische Terminologie bei Peter von Ailly: Das Verbum ‘fieri’ und seine exponiblen Sätze” (133–47); Heinz Paetzold, “Locke und Berkeley über Zeichen” (149–81); Bernd Michael Scherer, “Paradigmenwechsel und Anführungsbegriff” (183–200); Peter Schmitter, “Arbitrarität – Notwendige oder kontingente Bedingung für den Zeichenwandel?” (201–239) -especially on the ideas of Karl Reisig (1792–1829) and Friedrich Haa-se (1803–1867). Index of authors (299–304), which includes the life-dates of many scholars .]
. 1984 . Slovanka: Zur Kenntniβ der alten und neuen slawischen Literatur, der Sprachkunde nach allen Mundarten, der Geschichte und der Alterthümer . Leipzig : Zentralantiquariat der DDR , 254 and 252 pp. in 1 vol. [ Repr. of the edition of 1814–15 (Prague: In der Herrischen Buchhandlung) of Dobrovský’s (1753–1829) 2-volume study of the Slavic languages and dialects, which no doubt was of considerable importance for the linguistic work of Jacob Grimm (17851863), when, after 1815, he began his work on his Deutsche Grammatik (Göttingen: Dieterich, 1819–1840) .]
. 1984 . La parola rinnovata: Teorie e uso della lingua inglese nella narrativa del Settecento . Napoli : Giarmini Edi-tore , 319 pp. [ This study on the literary language in 17th-century England consists of 2 parts and altogether 12 chapters dealing with the theories of Roger Ascham, Richard Mulcaster, John Wilkins, Francis Lodewick, Monboddo, Robert Lowth, James Buchanan, Lindley Murray, Nathan Bailey, Samuel Johnson, and many others, on the one hand, and the writings of Dryden, Defoe, Addison, Swuft, Fielding, Lawrence Sterne, and others, on the other. The back matter consists of a detailed, classified bib. (269–304), an informative general index (305315), and a table of contents (317–19) .]
eds. 1983 . Language Reform: History and future / La reforme des langues: histoire et avenir / Sprachreform: Geschichte und Zukunft , With a preface by Joshua A. Fishman . 3 vols. Hamburg : Helmut Buske Verlag , xxi, 544; xi, 521, and xi, 586 pp. ; numerous illustrations . [ This is a most impressive undertaking, in which some 70 scholars from all over the world, incl. Vietnam, India, Burma, etc., contributed articles dealing with the history, development, present problems, and future plans in the field of language reform, language planning, and language policy. Instead of organizing the contributions by theme or geographical area, the editors have decided to print them in alphabetical order by author, something which makes the volumes less handy to use, especially since they do not carry indices, an omission which it’s hoped the editors will repair in a second edition. – The volumes contain, inter alia, the following papers, all of which are self-contained, with bibliographies appended to each: Claude Hagège, “Voies et destins de l’action humaine sur les langues” (11–68); John Ayto, “English: Failures of language reforms” (85–100), with portraits of Jonathan Swift (p.87) and Noah Webster (p.89); Michel Barbot, “Réflexions sir les réformes modernes de l’a-rabe littéral” (127–54); Gábor Bereczki, “Die Entstehung der Litera-tursprachen der permischen und wolgafinnischen Völker” (179–200), with a portrait of V. M. Vasil’ev (1883–1961) on p.181; Pierre Brachin, “Evolution naturelle et codification: L’exemple du néerlandais” (257–80), with a portrait of Joost van den Vondel (1587–1679) on p.259; Hounkpa-tin C. Capo, “The Rise of Gbe in West Africa” (289–320); Witold Cien-kowski, “Trends in the development of contemporary Polish vocabulary” (321–50), with a portrait of Adam Mickiewicz (1798–1855) on p.323; Juri j D. Deveriev, “Из советского опыта планирования развития национальных языков” (401–437), with a summary, “From the Soviet experience of the development of national languages” (438–47), transí, into English by István Fodor; Marianne Duval-Valentin, “La situation linguistique en Suisse” (463–544), with a portrait of Robert de Planta (1864–1937) on p.465. – From vol.II: Johannes Kramer, “Language Planning in Italy” (301–316); Gizella Labádi-Bertényi, “Samojedische Sprachen” (317336); Michel Masson, “La renaissance de l’hébreu” (449–78); with portraits of Carolina Michaelis de Vasconcelos (1851–1925), Josef Dobrov-ský (1753–1829), Josef Jungmann (1773–1847), Pavel Josef Šafarik (1795 to 1861), among others (on pages 399, 481, 483, and 485, in that order); Yves Millet, “… le cas du tchèque” (479–504); from vol. III: Peter von Pohlenz, “Sprachnormung und Ansätze zur Sprachreform im Deutschen” (23–52), with portraits of Luther (p.25) and (p.27) of Johann Christoph Adelung (1732–1806); Edgar C(harles) Polomé, “Standardization of Swahili and the modernization of the Swahili vocabulary” (53–77), with picture of Shaaban bin Robert on p.55; B(ernard) Quemada, “Les réformes du français” (79–117), with portraits of Pierre de Romsard (1525–85) and Claude Favcre de Vaugelas (1585–1650) on pages 81 and 81, respectively; Georges Rebuschi, “Réforme et planification basque: Une expérience en cours” (119–38), with portraits of Resurrección M. de. Azkue (1864–1951) on p.121 and of Sabino Arana-Goiri (1865–1903) on p.123; Aurélien Sauvageot, “Le finnois de Finlande (Suomi)” (173–90), with a portraitof Elias Lönnrot (1802–1884) on p. 177; etc. – Vol.III (496–583) – and the remark on the previous page is hereby corrected – carries a full index of authors, languages, subjects, terms, etc. covering all 3 volumes .]
. 1985 . Die deutsche Satzgliedlehre, 1780–1830: Zur Entwicklung der traditionellen Syntax im Spiegel einiger allgemeiner und deutscher Grammatiken . (= Göteborger germanistische Forschungen, 29 .) Göteborg : Acta Universitatis Gothoburgensis, distribtor [ P.O.B. 5096, S-402 22 G TEBORG, Sweden], 129 pp. [This study is a revised version of the author’s 1973 doctoral diss., Univ. of Göteborg, entitled “Zur Theorie und Terminologie der Satzlehre: Ein Beitrag zur Geschichte der deutschen Grammatik von J. C. Adelung bis K. F. Bek-ker, 1780–1830” (cf. HL 2.421 [1975]). It consists of 5 chapters of unequal length: 1, “Einleitung” (6–32, with list of primary sources, 32–34); 2, “Theoretische Vorbemerkungen” (35–40); 3, “Zur Entwicklung der Syntax vor [Johann Christoph] Adelung [(1732–1806)]” (41–44); 4, “Die Satzgliedehre 1780–1830” (45–112), the heart of the study, and 5, “Zusammenstellung der Terminologie [and references to the primary sources investigated” (113–17). After a brief “Zusammenfassung” (118 to 121), there follows a bib. (122–29), whose most recent reference is to a paper by H. D. Erlinger & H. Feilke, “Was haben wir von Karl Ferdinand Becker [(1775–1849)]?” of 1983 .]
eds. Studia slavica in honorem viri doctissimi Olexa Horbatsch: Festgabe zum 65. Geburtstag . Teil 3 : [ Maixail Vasil’eviv ] Lomonosov [( 1711–65 )] und grammatische Beschreibung im 18. Jahrhundert . Munich : Verlag Otto Sagner , 198 pp. plus facs. [199–200] and 1 portrait ( p. 18 ). [ The vol. contains 7 papers by 6 authors dealing with the work of Lomonosov, whose 1765 Grammar of Russian is regarded as a turning point in the study of the subject. Cf. the following: Johann Biedermann, “K[onstantin] S[ergeevic] Aksakov [(1817–60)] und M. V. Lomonosov” (9–17); Gerd Freidhof, “Zum Einfluss von Lomonosovs ‘Rossijskaja Grammatika’ in deutsch-sprachigen Grammatiken der russischen Sprache ([J] Rodde [(1773–89 = publications dates)], [J.] Heym [(1789–1804)] und [Johann Severin] Vater [(1801–1814)]” (19–42); pp.43/44–52 supply a bib. of secondary sources regarding Lomonosv’s Russian Grammar; pp.53/55–76 are devoted to the metalanguage employed by Lomonosov, etc. There is a Russian-German & German-Russian lexicon (173–98), but no other index. – One regrets the absence of full names and lifedates .]
( in collaboration with Nancy M. Fries ) ed. 1985 . Toward an Understanding of Language: Chsrles Carpenter Fries in Perspective . (= Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, 40 .) Amsterdam & Philadelphia : John Benjamins Publ. Co. , xv, 384 pp. [ This vol. brings together 20 original articles dealing with the life, work, and legacy of C. C. Fries (1887–1967). Contributors include, inter alios, Harold B. Allen, Archibald A. Hill, Sidney Greenbaum, Kenneth Pike, Janet Du-thie Collins, the late Raven I. McDavid, and Robert Lado. Richard W. Bailey, in addition to an article on “Charles C. Fries and the Early Modern English Dictionary” (171–204), provides an introduction titled “Charles C. Fries: The life of a linguist” (1–15), and the editors have compiled a full list of C. C. Fries’ writings (359–72) as well as a large number of photographs. – See Robert A. Hall’s review in HL XIII:1 (1986) for details .]
. 1984 . Alle fonti delia filosofia del linguaggio: ‘Lingua’ e ‘nomi’ nella cultura greca arcaica . Rome : Bulzoni editore , 252 pp. ( plus unnumbered table of contents ). [ This study on the philosophy of language in Greek antiquity is divided into an introduction (“La storia delle idee linguistiche prima della linguistica”, 13–38) and 4 chapters entitled “Una nozione liminare: ‘lingua’” (41–101); “Una nozione centrale: ‘nome’” (103ff.), which in effect is the cover title for the remaining chapters (as they are conceived as forming the second part of the investigation), dealing, as they do, with a) “I poeti e i nomi” (108–158), b) “I teologi e i nomi” (159/61–218), and c) “I filosofi e i nomi” (219/21–252). Each chap, has extensive bibliographical endnotes, but there is neither a comprehensive bib. nor an index .]
. 1985 . Relativism and the Social Sciences . ( Selected essays ed. by Joseph Agassi & I. C. Jarvie .) Cambridge-London-New York, etc. : Cambridge Univ. Press , ix, 200 pp. [ The 7 papers here reprinted include “Positivism against Hegelianism” – previously unpublished (4–67), “Relativism and universals” of 1981 (83–100); “The scientific status of the social sciences (und leider auch Sociologie)” of 1982 (101–127), and “What is structuralisme?” of 1982 (128–57). The last item, “Concepts and community” is a reprint from American Scholar (Spring 1984), 243–63. The back matter continues Gellner’s bib., 1969–1983, and has indices of names (194–95) and of subjects (196–200) .]
. 1984 . Linguistica Leopardiana: Fondamenti teorici e prospettive politico-cultural i . (= Studi linguistici e semiologici, 22 .) Bologna : Società Editrice Il Mulino , 306 pp. [ This study is in a sense complementary to Sebastiano Timpanaro’s work on La filologia di Giacomo Leopardi (2nd ed., Bari: Laterza, 1978) and deals with the philosophical and cultural aspects of the Italian poet’s (1798–1837) writings – it’s a bit difficult to find in it ‘inguistics’ in the sense of ‘science of language’, though the author treats the texts in chapters entitled “La distinzione ‘parole/termini’ e la sostanza im-maginativo-metaforica delle lingue” (103–124); “Varieta delle lingue e rapporto lingua-società: il caso italiano” (125–42), etc. Bib. (279 to 298); index of names (301–306) .]
ed. 1984 . A Lexicon of the 14th-century Ara-gonese Manuscripts of Juan Fernández de Heredia . Madison, Wisconsin : The Hispanic Seminary of Medieval Studies , xlii, 233 pp. [ This vol. presents the first lexicon of medieval Aragonese, which is of particular philological importance because of the political independence of Aragon from Castilia and its far-reaching contacts with various other mediterranian countries of the time (as far as Greece), and thus offers a tremendous amount of variety not found in other parts of the Iberian peninsula. The text is based on the surviving mSS from the scriptorium of the Grand Master of the Knights of St John of Jerusalem, Juan de Heredia (c.1308–1398), who during his various missions abroad had collected innumerable MS, including travel reports of Marco Polo, chronicles by Alfonso ‘el sabio’, translating them into Aragonese. The lexicon lists all words (excluding place names and proper names) found in the surviving MSS. The front matter supplies details of Heredia, the MSS, and the literature .]
. 1985 . Le patois de Ménetreuil . Fontaine-lès-Dijon : A.B.D.O. , 146 pp. [ A detailed study of the local dialect of Bresse, which is located at the frontier between French and Provençal. It treats the place names of the region and their pronunciation, the lexicon (organized onomasiologically), and the grammar of Métreuil. It concludes with 50 reproductions of (mostly agricultural) tools together with their local terms .]
. 1984 . The Classics of Science: A study of twelve enduring scientific works . New York : Lilian Barber Press , iii, 374 pp. [ Following an introductory chap., in which the author tries to define a ‘classic’ text of science (here in the sense of ‘natural science’), the author presents in separate chaps, (and in chronological order) the following ‘classics’: 2, “Corpus Hippocratum (5th-4th Century B.C.)” (11–37); 3, “The Elements (circa 300 B.C.) by Euclid” (38–70); 4, “The Almagest (Second Century A.D.) by Ptolemy” (71–94); 5, “De revolutionibus orbium coelestium libri vi (1543) by Nicolaus Coper-nikus” (95–124); 6, “De humani corporis fabrica (1543) by Andreas Ve-salius” (125–46); 7, “Siderius nuncius (1610) by Galileo” (147–64); 8, “De motu cordis (1628) by William Harvey” (165–86); 9, “Philoso-phiae naturalis principia mathematica (1687) by Isaac Newton” (187220); 10, “Systema naturae (Tenth Edition, 1758) by Carl Linnaeus” (221–58); 11, “A New System of Chemical Philosophy (1808–27) by John Dalton” (259–85); 12, “Principles of Geology (1830–32) by Charles Lyell” (286–314), and, finally, “On the Origin of Species (1859) by Charles Darwin” (316–53). The back matter consists of a brief afterword (354–57), an appendix (“Editorial details of the classics of science [summarized]”, 358–59), a bib. (360–65), and a general index (366–74) .]
. 1984 . Reden in der Akademie . Ausgewählt und herausgegeben von Werner Neumann und Hartmut Schmidt unter Mitarbeit von Irena Regener, Gunther Schmidt, Heidrun Schmidt und Jürgen Storost . Berlin : Akademie-Verlag , 364 pp. , 1 portrait and 14 facs.-tables . [ This vol. brings together the major papers that Jacob Grimm (1785–1863) gave at the Berlin Academy of Sciences between 1847 and 1860. These have been introduced by Werner Neumann in an article providing the background to the 10 paper, “Zum geschichtlochen Hintergrund der ausgewählten Akademiereden … “. Papers here included are, among others: “Über das Pedantische in der deutschen Sprache” of 1847 (41–63); his famous 1851 paper, “Über den Ursprung der Sprache” (64–100) – on which compare Raymond A. Wiley’s English translation of 1984 (see HL 12.286, 1984); “Über Etymologie und Sprachvergleichung” of 1854 (101–126), and obituaries and memorials of Karl Lachmann (1793–1851), Friedrich Schiller (1759–1805), and Wilhelm Grimm (1786–1859). The back matter includes “Bemerkungen zu den Reden” (325–44), a “Vollständige Übersicht über die Akademiereden Jacob Grimms” (345–52), and an index of names (357–64) .]
. 1985 . Rational Grammar . Translation by Kevin Mulligan . Washington, D.C. : The Catholic University of America Press ; Munich & Vienna : Philosophia Verlag , 339 pp. [ Transl. of Gardies’ 1975 book, Esquisse d’une grammaire pure (Paris: J. Vrin), which has little to do with linguistics (or grammar for that matter) and much less with Chomsky’s interpretation of the Port-Royal tradition as the English title suggests, though the author accepts Chomsky’s interpretation of the GGR and Humboldt quite uncritically (cf. pp.25–32), probably because he sees his ideas through Husserlian notions. – The book consists of 10 chapters, an introduction (11–15) and a conclusion (284318). They are entitled: 1, “The level of grammar”; 2, “Meaning categories and degrees of grammaticality” (39–62); 3, “Name, proposition, functor” (63–85); 4, “The verb” (86–125); 5, “Person, tense, number” (126–54); 6, “The moods” (155–75); 7, “The name” (176–212); 8, “Negation and conjunction” (213–47); 9, “Adverbs and that-clauses” (248262), and 10, “Aspects of aspects” (263–83). Bib. (319–27), general index (329–39) .]
1984 . American Science in the Age of Jefferson . Ames, Iowa : The Iowa State Univ. Press , xiv, 484 pp. , numerous illustrations, portraits, and reproductions . [ The book studies the history and development of the natural sciences in the United States during the life-time of Thomas Jefferson (1743–1826), especially during his period of public office (1769–1809, during 1801–1809 as 3rd President of the U.S.), who, according to Greene (p.33) “was unrivaled as a promoter of science” and whose “splendid library, rich in works of science, … became the nucleus of the Library of Congress” (p.35). The 15 chaps, are entitled: 1, “The American context” (3–36); 2, “The Philadelphia [viz. Philosophical Society for the Advancement of Useful Knowledge] pattern” (37–59) ; 3, “Scientific centers in New England” (60–90); 4, “Science along the Hudson [river]” (91–106); 5, “Outposts of science in the south and west” (107–127); 6, “From Newton to Laplace in American astronomy” (128–57); 7, “The chemical revolution comes to America” (158–87); 8, “American geography” (188–217); 9, “From the theory of the earth to earth science” (218–52); 10, “Natural history in a new world: Botany” (253–76); 11, “Natural history … Zoology and paleontology” (277–319); 12, “The sciences of man: Physical anthropology” (320–42); 13, “The sciences … : Archaeology” (343375); “The sciences … : Comparative linguistics and the problem of Indian origins” (376–408), and 15, “The end of the Jeffersonian era” (409–419). Endnotes (421–62); no regular bib. but a detailed general index (463–84). – Naturally, chap. 14 is of particular interest to readers of HL, in particular in view of Jefferson’s interest in the subject of linguistics and the study of American Indian languages (as already evidenced in his 1781 Notes on the State of Virginia) .]
. 1983 . Humanistische Naturwissenschaft : Zur Geschichte der Wiener mathematischen Schulen des 15. und 16. Jahrhunderts . (= Sae-cvla Spiritalia, 8 .) Baden-Baden : Verlag Valentin Koerner , 355 pp. [ This study of science in the humanist age consists of 3 major parts: I, “Das Renaissance- und Humanismusproblem” (17–64), in which the argument is made against the traditional distinction between Renaissance and Humanism; II, “Von Quadrivium [i.e., arithmetic, geometry, astronomy/astrology, and music] zur humanistischen Naturwissenschaft: Die erste Wiener mathematische Schule [in particular Georg von Peuerbach (1423–61)]” (67–141), and III, “Integraler Humanismus: Die zweite Wiener mathematische Schule” (145–206). The back matter consists of primary sources (i.e., Latin texts with German translations supplied, 208–229); endnotes (233–300); bib. (303–321); 4 photographs (325, 327, 3329, and 331), and a detailed general index (335–55) .]
1985 . Aspects of Dynamic Phonology . (= Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, 37 .) Amsterdam & Philadelphia : John Benjamins Publ. Co. , ix, 297 pp. [ This volume presents, in 13 chapters, a dynamic approach to phonology, applying it, after an introductory chap, and another one developing the approach in general terms (chap.2, pp. 27–52), to various individual instances in German, Welsh, and Chinese. Chaps.3–4 are devoted to German /x/ (53–72) and /R/ (73–93); chaps.5 and 6 deal with ‘prosodie constraints’ in fortis-lenis change (95–121) and German affricates (123–48); chap.7 treats the Welsh mutation systern (149–68); chap.8 the Welsh affricates (169–200), etc. Bib. (279292); subject index (293–97), and index of names (299–302) .]
ed. 1984 . Issledovani ja po slavjanskomu jazykoznani ju . Moscow : Izd. Moskovskogo Universiteta , 172 pp. [ The booklet brings together 10 papers devoted to the history and development of Slavic philology especially in Russia and the Soviet Union .]
ed. 1985 . Iconicity in Syntax: Proceedings of a symposium on iconicity in syntax, [held at] Stanford [, California], June 24–26, 1983 . (= Typological Studies in Language, 6 .) Amsterdam & Philadelphia : John Benjamins Publ. Co. , vi, 402 pp. [ The vol. brings together 14 papers under 3 major headings: I, “Motivation” (6 papers); II, “Isomorphism and automorphism” (5 papers), and III, “Competing motivations” (3 papers). The contributors include Joan Bybee, Dwight Bo-linger, Ronald W. Langacker, Talmy Givon, Dan I. Slobin, Elizabeth Closs Traugott, and Anna Wierzbicka. There are indices of languages (391–93), of names (395–99), and of topics (401–402) .]
. 1985 . ‘paradigmatisch’ – ‘syntagmatisch’: Zur Bestimmung und Klärung zweier Grundbegriffe der Sprachwissenschaft . (= Reihe Siegen, 55 .) Heidelberg : Carl Winter Univ.-Verlag , 143 pp. [ This study of the Saussurean distinction (elaborated on by Louis Hjelmslev) consists of the following chaps.: 0, “Einleitung” (11–35), in which recent interpretations of these terms (esp. by Elmar Holenstein and Wolfgang Raible) are discussed; 1, “[Roman] Jakobson’s Zwei-Achsen Lehre [actually developed under the influence of M. Kruszewski]” (3693); 2, “Skizze einer ‘rein linguistischen’ Paradigmatik und Syntag-matik” (94–126); 3, “Die Beziehungen der ‘linguistischen’ Zwei-Achsenlehre zu anderen Bereichen” (127–38), and 4, “Schluß” (139). Bib. (140143); no index .]
1986 . Gezichtspunten op taal en taalontwikkeling [ Perspectives on language and language development ]. Lisse/Holland : Swets & Zeitlinger B.V. , vii, 112 pp. [ This is a publication coming out of the Work group for developmental psychology at the Vrije University of Amsterdam. Part I deals with language and theories of language, incl. pragmatics and verbal communication; Part II is devoted to issues and various types of psycholinguistic models and theories. Bib. (97–103), and indices of authors (105–108) and of subjects (109–112) .]
. 1984 . PROLID: Ein Programm zur Rollenidentifikation . (= Linguistische Arbeiten, N.F., 8 .) Saarbrücken : SFB 100 Elektronische Sprachforschung, Univ. des Saarlandes , 76 pp. , 1 microfiche . [ Presents a computer program which, based on a further development of case grammar, analyzes natural language texts in view of speakers’ roles. The program itself (named ‘COMSKEE’) has been put on microfiche .]
ed. 1986 . The History of Lexicography: Papers preprinted for the Exeter D.R.C. Seminar, March 1986 . Exeter : Dictionary Research Centre, Univ. of Exeter , iv, 203 pp. , 5 illustr . [ 25 papers by Arthur J. Bronstein, Frederic G. Cassidy, Fredric Dolezal, Rudolf Filipović, Einar Haugen, John A. Haywood, Werner Hüllen, Doyglas A. Kibbee, Gabriele Stein, and others. An appendix provides a “Bibliography of cited dictionaries” (189–201). – A regular publication in SiHoLS is envisaged .
. 1984 ., Speech Acts, Speakers, and Hearers: Reference and referential strategies in Spanish . (= Pragmatics & Beyond, 5:4 .) Amsterdam & Philadelphia : John Benjamins Publ. Co. , xi, 142 pp.
eds. 1985 . Collectanea Philologica: Festschrift für Helmut Gipper zum 65. Geburtstag . 2 vols. (= Saecvla Spiritalia, 14–15 .) Baden-Baden : Verlag Valentin Koerner , 822 pp. in all; 1 portrait . [ The festschrift prints some 35 papers by scholars in the language sciences, historical philology, literature, and semiotics. Of particular interest to HL readers may be the following: Hartmut Beckers, “Zu den Fremdalphabeten und Fremdsprachproben im Reisebericht Arnolds von Harff (1496–98)” (73–86); Heinrich Dörrie, “‘Denken’ über das Sprechen hinaus: Untersuchungen zu den Denk- und Sprechgewohnheiten der platonischen Philosophen des 2.-4. Jahrhunderts nach Christus” (139–67); Kurt R. Jankowsky, “On the concept of ‘history’ in 19th century linguistic theories” (315–33); Georg Friedrich Meier, “Zur Verschiedenheit des menschlichen Sprachbaus – Gibt es grammatische Universalien?” (367–79); Peter Schmitter, “Das Problem der Wortbedeutung bei Christian Karl Reisig [(1792–1829)]: Notizen zu den Anfängen der Semasiologie” (645–68), and Thure von Uexküll, “Die Umwelt-Lehre Jakob von Uexkülls [(1864–1944)] in anthropologischer Dimension” (793–806). Page 811–20 print the list of writings of Gipper, 1979–1983, comp, by Ulrike Buchholz (earlier publications are listed in the 1979 festschrift [Amsterdam: John Benjamins], pp. 803–817). No index .]
. [ 1985 ]. La pensée fragmentée : Discontinuité formelle et question de sens (Pascal, Diderot, Hölderlin et la modernité) . Brussels [& Liège] : Pierre Mardaga, éditeur , 209 pp. [ The author is successor to Lucien Goldmann at the Centre de Sociologie de la Littérature at the Université de Bruxelles. The book deals with questions of literature, philosophy, irony, aesthetics, and various other subjects except language in a manner of interest to linguists. Each chap, has bibliographical notes appended; there is no index .]
Histoire – Epistémologie – Langage . Tome 7 , fasc. 1 ( 1985 ), 151 pp. [ This number is devoted to “Etudes sur les grammairiens grecs” and put together by Jean Lallot, who also contributes the translation of two selected texts and one article (apart from the foreword and bibliographical detail). It contains a selection, in French, from Dionysius Thrax’s Technē grammaticē (§13: On the verb) with commentary (1112) and “La scholie de Stephanos sur les temps du verbe grec” (13–16) and the following papers: Françoise Caujolle-Zaslwasky, “La scholie de Stephanos [a commentator on Dionysius Thrax]: Quelques remarques sur la théorie des temps du verbe attribuée aux stoiciens” (19–46); Jean Lallot, “La description des temps du verbe chez trois grammairiens grecs (Apollonius, Stephanos, Planude)” (47–81): Jacques Julien, “Mode verbal et diathesis chez Apollonius Dyscole” (83–125), and Anne-Marie Chanet, “Maxime Planude [13th or 14th c], localiste?” (127–48). Back matter (149–52) .]
. 1985 . The Nature of Irreversibility: A study of its dynamics and physical origins . (= The University of Western Ontario Series in Philosophy of Science, 28 .) Dordrecht-Boston-Lancaster-Tokyo : D. Reidel Publ. Co. , xi, 340 pp. [ A study, undertaken by a chemist and a philosopher is devoted to the concept of irreversibility’ in nature or, rather, in theories of nature. They trace the idea back to a paper by the Viennese physicist Ludwig Boltzmann (1844–1906) of 1872 and subsequent research on the kinetic theory of gases, establishing ‘Boltzmann’s Law’ concerning the equipartition of energy, early ideas on which go back to a paper by William Thomsen (later, in 1866: Sir William, and since 1892: Lord Kelvin, 1824–1907) “On a Universal Tendency in Nature to the Dissipation of Mechanical Energy” (1852). Bíb. (319–29); name index (331–33) and subject index (334–40) .]
. 1985 , Symposium on Lexicography II: Proceedings of the Second International Symposium on Lexicography, May 16–17, 1984, at the University of Copenhagen . (= Lexicographical Series Maior, 5 .) Tübingen : Max Niemeyer Verlag , 362 pp. [ The vol. prints 19 papers, 4 of them (by Herbert E. Wiegand, Broder Carstensen, Reinhard Hsrtmann, and Dieter Herberg) plenary papers, devoted to lexical studies. Several papers were historically slanted – cf. Franz Josef Hausmann & Margaret Crop, “Short history of English-German lexicography [Christian Ludwig (1660-after 1716) to 20th-century attempts]” (183–97), and a brief summary of a project by Eric Grin-stead, “Reprinting a 12th-century dictionary [with modern technology means]” (255–57). Other contributors include Bertil Sundby, Manfred Görlach, Ulrich Goebel, Oskar Reichmann and Robert Anderson .]
. 1985 . Selected Writings . Vol. 6 , Parts 1–2 : Early Slavic Paths and Crossroads . Edited, with a preface, by Stephen Rudy . Berlin – New York – Amsterdam : Mouton Publishers , xxiii, 401 pp. ; viii, [402 to] 942 pp. [ Ed.’s preface (ix–xxiii), p.xxiii indicates that the organization of the vol. goes back to the late Roman Jakobson (18961982) himself, who saw most of the proofs before his death. As in previous volumes, the present one(s) contain(s) detailed indices of languages & peoples (901–903), of names (904–921), of texts cited (922–33), and of subjects (934–42). – As the individual subtitles of parts I and II indicate, the papers here united deal with “Comparative Slavic studies [and] the Cyrillo-Methodian tradition” and “Medieval Slavic studies”, respectively .]
. 1985 . Selected Writings . Vol. VII : Contributions to Comparative Mythology. Studies in Linguistics and Philology, 1972–1982 . Ed. by Stephen Rudy , with a Preface by Linda R. Waugh . Berlin – New York – Amsterdam : Mouton Publishers , xxiii, 405 pp. [ This vol. contains a number of papers of historical interest, e.g., “Glosses on the medieval insight into the science of language” of 1968 (185–98); “A glance at the history of semiotics [on Locke, Johann Heinrich [not: Jean Henri, as on p.200!] Lambert, Bolzano, Peirce, and others]” (19 9218); “The world response to Whitney’s principles of linguistic science” of 1972 (219–36); “La première lettre de Ferdinand de Saussure à Antoine Meillet sur les anagrammes, publiée et commentée par R.J.” (237–47), originally published in L’Homme 9:2 (Paris, 1971); “The twentieth century in European and American linguistics: Movements and continuity” of 1974 (265–78), and “Toward the history of the Moscow linguistic circle” (279–82). To the regular slate of detailed indices (380–400) others have been added, namely, an “Index to mythological names” (401–403) and an “Index of mythological motifs” (404–405) .]
ed. 1985 . Scientific and Humanistic Dimensions of Language: Festschrift for Robert Lado on the occasion of his 70th birthday on May 31, 1985 . Amsterdam : John Benjamins Publ. Co. , 1 portrait , 1ii, 614 pp. [ The vol. brings together 60 papers organized under 9 major headings: I, “Language Teaching”; II, “Bilingualism”; III, “Language Testing”; IV, “Contrastive Analysis: Linguistic and cultural”; V, “Language Acquisition and Performance”; VI, “Language, Thought, and Meaning”; VII, “Linguistic and Literary Analysis”; VIII, “Lexical and Terminological Studies”, and IX, “Language Policy and Language Planning”. The front matter includes, among other things (such as an impressive tabula gratulatoria) “Biographical Notes” on Robert Lado (xxxiii-xxxvii) as well as a list of his publications (xxxxix-1ii). Of the many interesting and historically-slanted contributions, the following are particularly enticing: Francis P. Din-neen, S.J., “Contrastive analysis, Modistae and case grammar” (185197); Hugo J(ohannes) Mueller, “Leibniz as a Linguist” (375–86); Archibald A(nderson) Hill, “Phonemics thirty years after [i.e., Hill’s 1958 book, Introduction to Linguistic Structures (New York: Harcourt, Brace & Co.]” (409–414), and Henry M(ax) Hoenigswald, “Notes on the treatment of syntax in the grammatical tradition” (415–20) as well as Tatiana Slama-Cazacu, “On the origin of the term ‘psycholinguistics’” (505–514). One regrets the absence of an index .]
comp. 1985 . Bibliography of Catalan Texts . Madison, Wisconsin : The Hispanic Seminary of Medieval Studies , xi, 177 pp. [ This 1470 item bib. is conceived as a companion volume to the well-known Bibliography of Old Spanish Texts (3rd ed., Madison, 1984). It has a ‘Full citation file’ (1–140) and detailed indices .]
. 1986 . Structuralisme en Transformationeel Generatieve Grammatica . (= Geschiedenis van de Taalkunde, 5 .) Dordrecht/Holland & Riverton, New Jersey : Foris Publications , xi, 287 pp. [ In 12 chaps, this study traces the development of structuralism in linguistics from Saussure to the Chomsky of ‘government & binding’ (1981) and demonstrates, in successive stages, that the ingredients of transformational-generative grammar have been present in the work of European as well as American linguists, in particular in the work of Bloom-field and his followers; cf. esp. chaps. 5, “Leonard Bloomfield en de Neo-Bloomfieldians” (65–117); 6, “TGG” (119–66); 6, “Structuralisten en TGG: een eerste confrontatie” (167–82); 8, “Paradigmatiek en syn-tagmatiek” (183–200); 9, “De rol van ‘betekenis’ in het werk van Bloomfield, Harris en Chomsky” (201–212); 10, “De plaats van het woord [in linguistic theory]” (213–30); 11, “Dynamiek in taal en taalbeschrijvning” (231–45), and 12, “Taalstructuur in wisselend perspectief” (247–68). Bib. (271–83) and index of names (285–87) .]
eds. 1985 . Los sonetos ‘Al Itálico modo’ de Iñigo Lopez de Mendoza Marqués de Santillana . Edición crítica, introducción y notas . Madison, Wisconsin : The Hispanic Seminary of Medieval Studies , 119 pp. [ First critical ed. of 42 sonnets, with detailed introd. (7–57). The back matter includes a rhyme index, a detailed bib. and references to earlier text editions .]
eds. 1985 . Selected Papers from the XIIIth Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages (Chapel Hill, N.C., 24–26 March 1983 . (= Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, 36 .) Amsterdam & Philadelphia : John Benjamins Publ. Co. , x, 440 pp. [ The vol. brings together the bulk of the paper presented at LSRL XIII (cf. Philip Baldi’s ed. of the preceding conference, Amsterdam & Philadelphia, 1983). It includes 21 papers by David Birdsong, Heles Contreras, Joseph E. Emonds, James W. Harris, the late Alfredo Hurtado, Margarita Suñer, and many others. The carefully edited vol. is rounded off by indices of languages (425–27), of names (429–32), and of subjects (433–40) .]
. 1983 . Studies op het gebied van de vroegnieuwnederland-se triviumtraditie (ca.1550-ca.1650) . [(= Geschiedenis van de Taalkunde, 1 .)] Dordrecht/Holland & Cinnaminson/U.S.A. : Foris Publications , [vii], 235 pp. [ This study brings together 4 previously published papers and two new ones, organized around the theme indicated in the book’s title. These are (in English approximations): 1, ‘Concerning the historiography of Dutch linguistics in the 16th and 17th centuries’ (7–30); 2, ‘Grammar in relation to dialectics and rhetoric: An abridged history of the trivium [from antiquity to the Renaissance]’ (31–72); 3, ‘The Dutch trivium in the instruction of the 16th and 17th c.: The bases of Dutch education’ (73–121); 4, ‘Dutch language study within the trivium: Motives and elaborations’ (123–53); 5, ‘Dutch dialectics within the trivium: From the art of cavilling to the art of speaking’ (155–99), and 6, ‘On an 18th-century rhetoric: Talaeus and Van Hoogstraten’ (200–219). Bib. (227–35); no index .]
. 1985 . ‘Historie’ in Mittelalter und früher Neuzeit: Begriffs- und gattungsgeschichtliche Untersuchungen im interdisziplinären Kontext . (= Saecvla Spiritalia, 10 .) Baden-Baden : Verlag Valentin Koerner , 589 pp. , 49 plates [ on pp.518–571]. [This solid 1982 doctoral dissertation, Univ. of Göttingen, is devoted to the evolution of the term and concept ‘Historie’ (Lat. historia; Greek τστoрíα) from early medieval to 18th-century uses and usages. The introduction (11–44) surveys the secondary literature on the subject, whereas the main portions of the book are devoted to careful investigations of the primary sources and their interpretation. They are entitled: I, “Historia in Bildung und Erziehung des lateinischen Mittelalters” (47–92); II, “Die Entwicklung des Begriffs Historie in der deutschen Literatur bis zum Beginn des 15. Jahrhunderts” (93–212); III, “Exkurs: Historie und das Prosa-Lancelot-Problem” (213–37); IV, “Historia als literarischer Terminus technicus vom 15. bis 17. Jahrhundert” (238–400), and V, “Frühneuzeitliche Sonderentwicklungen” (401–446). Following the “Schlußbemerkungen” (447–51), there are a number of appendices, e.g., tables devoted to the occurrence(s) of ‘historia’, ‘chronica’, and ‘gesta’, a list of abbreviations (475), a classified bib. of primary and secondary sources (476–515), and a general index (574–89) – with no mention of the use of ‘Historie’ with reference to the study of language, however .]
. 1985 . Rhetorica: Aufsätze zur Theorie, Geschichte und Praxis der Rhetorik . (= Philosophische Texte und Studien, 14 .) Hildesheim – Zürich – New York : Georg Olms Verlag , xii, 229 pp. [ This vol. brings together 7 previously published essays, including the following: “Quintilian ‘De argumentis’; oder, Versuch einer argumentations theoretischen Rekonstruktion der antiken Rhetorik” of 1981 (5175) and “Argumentationstheoretische Anfragen an die Rhetorik: Ein Rekonstruktionsversuch der antiken Rhetorik” of the same year (75–104). The back matter includes a select list of the author’s publications in the field of rhetoric (228–29), but no index .]
eds. 1985 . Lexicographic a: International Annual for Lexicography / Revue internationale de lexicographie / Internationales Jahrbuch für Lexikographie . Vol. I . Tübingen : Max Niemeyer Verlag , x, 307 pp. [ This newly created annual, edited “in conjunction with the Dictionary Society of North America (DSNA) and the European Association for Lexicography (EURALEX)”, contains, in its first volume, in separate sections, individual articles (under the general theme “Monolingual and bilingual lexicography of German language”), two other ‘non-thematic’ papers, a discussion paper, conference reports, reviews and review notices. -Of particular interest to readers of HL would be the following contributions: Franz Josef Hausmann, “Trois paysages dictionnairiques: La Grande Bretagne, la France et l’Allemagne” (24–50); Gabriele Stein, “English-German/German-English lexicography: Its early beginnings” (134–64); Franz Josef Hausmann, “Samuel Johnson (1709–1785): Bicentenaire de sa mort” (239–42), which does not mention ‘Hausmann 1978’ in the references (p.242), and Laurent Bray, “Notes sur la réception du Dictionnaire françois (1680) de Pierre Richelet” (243–51) .]
. 1985 . The Artificial Language Movement . Oxford & New York : Basil Blackwell ( in association with André Deutsch ), x, 239 pp. [ This study of the ‘artificial’ or ‘constructed’ language movement(s) deals with both the history and present situation of this linguistic type of activity. Part I, “Artificial languages in Historical Perspective” (3–89) consists of 4 chaps.: 1, “Origins [which begins with a reference to the biblical myth of one original language]”; 2, “Seventeenth-century language projects [Wilkins, Dalgarno, etc]”; 3, “The Enlightenment and after”, and 4, “The widening of appeal [during the last two decades of the 19th century: Volapück and Esperanto]”. Part II, “Artificial languages in the contemporary world” (93–201), is largely devoted to Esperanto, its challengers and prospects. The back matter consists of 2 appendices (“The sixteen rules of Esperanto grammar” and “Comparative texts in English, Esperanto, Ido, Novial, Occidental and Latino sine flexione”, respectively), endnotes, a select bib. (224–35) and a general index (236–39) .]
. 1986 . Schriftelijke woordassociatienormen voor 549 nederlandse zelfstandige naamwoorden . Lisse/Holland : Swets & Zeitlinger , vii, 192 pp. [ The vol. publishes the result of research on the norms of word association of 549 Dutch verbs, nouns, adjectives, etc. done at the Institute for Cognitive Research at the Univ. of Amsterdam. It is subdivided into a general introduction (1–9), a presentation of the experiment (10–19), and a presentation of the results (25–192). There is a ½-page abstract and directions for the use of the data in English (p.21), and a bib. (2224), which includes a reference to the 1978 Amsterdam re-ed. of the Thumb & Marbe classic of 1901 .]
LINX – Linguistigue-Institut-Nanterre-[Paris]-X , No. 6 ( 1982 ). Nanterre : Bulletin de Recherches Linguistiques de Paris X – Nanterre , 165 pp. [ From the contents: Claudine Normand, “Une version française du struc-turalisme linguistique (Des années 30 à 1950)” (11–75) – on the generation of French linguists after Meillet (Vendryes, Guillaume, Marcel Cohen, Benveniste and, eventually, André Martinet); Michel Arrivé, “Hjelmslev lecteur de Martinet lecteur de Hjelmslev” (77–93); Jean-Louis Chiss, “Le ‘structuralisme’ de Georges Gougenheim: La linguistique francaise entra la philologie et le modèle phonologique” (97116) .]
. 1985 . Samenhangrelaties in de 19e-eeuwse zinsgrammatica in Nederland . (= Geschiedenis van de Taalkunde, 2 .) [ This is a study, in 4 parts and an introduction (1.) and a summary (6.), of 19th-century grammars in The Netherlands, dealing with 2, ‘The heritage of Aristorelian logic’ (17–41); 3, ‘The emergence of the recognition of the external meaning structure [from around 1850 onwards]” (43–80), including the influence of the grammars of Karl Wilhelm Ludwig Heyse (1851) and Karl Ferdinand Becker (1841); 4, ‘The meaning-oriented grammars intended for instruction’ (81–102), and 5, ‘The traditional grammars’ (103–121). Name index (129); bib. (131135) .]
. 1985 . U istokov jazykoznanija novogo vremeni (Universal’naja grammatika F. Sančesa “Minerva” 1587 g.) [ At the sources of modern linguistics: The universal grammar of F(rancisco) Sánchez (de la Brozas)’s “Minerva” of 1587]. Moscow: Izd. “Nauka”, 111 pp. [Following the introductory matter, the book deals, in individual chapters, with the following subjects: ‘The nature of bilingualism in Western European countries during the 15th and 16th centuries’ (10–21); ‘The life and work of Sanctius’ (22–35); ‘The logico- grammatical concept(ion)s in Sanctius’ (36–54); ‘The parts of speech’ (55–73); ‘The theory of the ellipsis in S.’ (74–91); ‘Conclusion’ (92–94). Bib., incl. ref. to Breva (1981) (95–98). Appendix: Translation of “Minerva” (99–110) .]
1985 . The Philosophical Foundations of Humboldt’s Linguistic Doctrines . (= Studies in the History of the Language Sciences, 32 .) Amsterdam & Philadelphia : John Benjamins Publ. Co. , xi, 216 pp. [ The book, following an introduction surveying the recent secondary literature, consists of two major parts: I, ‘The Philosophical Foundations’ and II, ‘The Linguistic Doctrines’ of Wilhelm von Humboldt (1767–1835). Its 8 chaps, are entitled: 1, “Humboldt’s philosophical background”, where, inter alia, the ‘Kantian connection’ is discussed (17–28); 2, “The psychological function of language” (2950); 3, “Humboldt’s theory of designation” (51–66); 4, “General aspects of language variation” (67–90); 5, “Linguistic variation and perceptual variation” (91–102); 6, “National character and language” (103–122); 7, “The inflectional superiority thesis” (123–42), and 8, “The linguistic relativity thesis” (143–58). “Conclusion” (159–63); endnotes (165–200); bib. (201–208); index of names (209–213), and index of subjects (215–16) .]
eds. 1985 . Linguistics and Philosophy: Essays in honor of Rulon S. Wells . (= Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, 42 .) Amsterdam & Philadelphia : John Benjamins Publ. Co. , [v], xii, 472 pp. , 1 portrait . [ This vol. brings together 23 papers organized into 5 different sections: I, “On the philosophy of language and general theoretical issues”; II, “Phonology”; III, “Syntax and beyond”; IV, “Historical and typological linguistics”, and V, “On diachronic and synchronic derivation”. – Of particular interest to HL readers may be the following papers: “Rask’s lecture on the philosophy of language” by William M. Christie, Jr. and “Knowledge of the past” by C. F. Hockett (317–41). For a particular appropriation of T. S. Kuhn’s philosophy of science, see James D. McCawley’s “Kuhnian paradigms as systems of markeness conventions” (23–43). – Contributors include: Raimo Anntila, RQbert A. Hall, Jr., John Robert Ross, David G. Lock-wood, André Martinet, Zellig Harris, Sebastian Shaumyan, Yoshihiko Ikegami, Roy Andrew Miller, Henry M. Hoenigswald, and others. The front matter includes a bib. of Wells’ scholarly output (vii-xii), preceded by a brief vita (iii-v). No index .]
. 1986 . Worlds of Reference : Lexicography, learning and language from the clay tablet to the computer . Cambridge – London – New York, etc. : Cambridge Univ. Press , ix, 230 pp. [ An idiosynchratic, informative, and refreshing look at the history of man’s efforts at retaining information for posterity, from the earliest beginnings of the Cro-Magnon peoples of 30,000 years ago to the present-day technologies of information processing and retrieval. It is subdivided into 5 parts (and 20 chapters): I, “Mind, word and world” (3–18); II, “The ancient world” (19–46); III, “The medieval world” (49–63); IV, “The early modern world” (67–89); V, “Modern world” (93–162), and VI, “Tomorrow’s world” (165–83). Endnotes (186–209); bib. (210–18), and general index (219–30). – The book contains much of interest concerning the history of (especially English) lexicography, in particular the work of Samuel Johnson (1709–1784); cf. pp.96–101 and elsewhere. As well, there are many illustrations and portraits of scholars .]
. 1985 . The Computer Comes of Age: The people, the hardware, and the software . (= The MIT Press Series in the History of Computing, [2] .) Cambridge, Mass. & London : The MIT. Press , x, 227 pp. [ Transl. from the French original, Ainsi naquit l’informatique (Paris: Bordas, 1981) by J. Howlet, who also added a number of notes of his own (pp.209–210). This history of computing, computers, and information manipulation consists of 4 chaps, and a conclusion. The first two chaps, are of particular interest, namely, “The birth of the computer” (4–47), which deals with the early history of calculating machines to the introduction of the first electronic ones, beginning with the work of Wilhelm Schickard (1592–1635) – misspelt in the index (p.226) as Shickard, Blaise Pascal (1623–62), Leibniz (1646–1716), Charles Babbage (1791–1871), Léon Bollée (1870–1913), Hermann Hollerith (1860–1929), which gave the machines its name, and many other pioneers, and “The first generation: 1950–1959” (48–88), following the developments and discoveries by Alan M. Turing (1912–1954), John von Neumann (1903–1957), Alonzo Church (1903–1937), and others. Although linguistic work is not mentioned in the book (Chomsky’s name appears in two footnotes, p.208, and with reference to Syntactic Structures, but not in the index), those interested in the history of American linguistics should not forget the impact that computer programs, mechanical translation projects, and ‘artificial intelligence’ had at that time, both intellectually and financially .]
1984 . Noah Webster . Boston : Twayne Publishers [G. K. Hall & Co. , 70 Lincoln St. , Boston, MA 02111 ], [xii], 131 pp. [ This biography of Noah Webster (1758–1843), who, as the author rightly points out in his Preface, is almost synonymous with ‘dictionary’, although it appeared only “when he was seventy and that a long and fruitful life preceded its publication.” Indeed, Webster had previously been a schoolteacher, writer of textbooks, a lawyer, and a newspaper editor. The book consists of 6 chaps.: 1, “An American life” (1–23); 2, “Schoolbooks, schoolhouses, and moralisms” (24–47); 3, “Politics” (48–77); 4, “The Prompter [Webster’s short-lived magazine]” (78–91); 5, “Language” (92–113), which traces W’s interest in language and his work in lexicography from 1789 to the publication of An American Dictionary in January 1825 and its subsequent history, and 6, “Epilogue” (114–16). Endnotes (117–21), select bib. (122–26), and general index (127–31) .]
. 1985 . Handbuch der Semiotik . Stuttgart : J. B. Metzlersche Verlagsbuchhandlung , ix, 560 pp. [ This manual appears 184 years after Kurt Sprengel’s Händbuch der Semiotik (Halle/Saale: Gebauer, 1801), but this was a handbook for the medical analysis of signs (meaning, symptoms). The compiler in his brief section “Zur Geschichte des Begriffs Semiotik” (17–19) distinguishes between 3 traditions: the medical (probably the oldes), the philosophical (beginning with Locke and first elaboration by Lambert in 1764), and the linguistic tradition (the most recent) associated with the name of Saussure. As a result, part I (“Grundlagen”), carries chapters on Peirce (33–47), Charles William Morris (1901–1979), Saussure (58–67), Hjelmslev (6769), and “Das glossematische Zeichenmodell” (70–79). The other parts of this impressive volume deal with the following subjects: II, “Kommunikation und Kode” (121–250); III, “Verbale und vokale Kommunikation” (251–319); IV, “Nonverbale Kommunikation” (321–80); V, “Ästhetik und visuelle Kommunikation” (381–454), and VI, “Textsemiotik” (455525). The volume, which took 10 years to prepare, is rounded off by an index of subjects (527–43) and an index of authors (545–60) .]
. 1985 . Norm, geest an geschiedenis: Nederlandse taal-kunde in de neg entiende eeuw . (= Geschiedenis van de Taalkunde, 3 .) Dordrecht/Holland & Cinnaminson, N.J. : Foris Publications , xvi, 620 pp. [ This volume is essentially identical to the author’s Univ. of Leiden doctoral dissertation briefly surveyed in HL XII.301–302 (1985); apart from minor changes in pagination of preliminary and back matter, a 2-page ‘tijdtafel’ has been inserted on pp.xv-xvi, which begins with G. Girard’s Vrais principes (1747) and ends with the Cours (1916) .]
Nordlyd: Tromsø University Working Papers on Language and Linguistics , No. 10 ( 1985 ), 127 pp. [ Includes a paper by Karol Janicki on “Tertium comparationis in contrastive sociolinguistics” (7–27) .]
ed. 1980 . Les Sciences humaines – Quelle histoire?/: Actes du colloque de mai 1980 . Nanterre : [Département de Recherche Linguistique], Univ. de Paris X-Nanterre , 2 vols. , 487 pp. [ These dittoed working-paper-like vols, print the papers presented at a colloquium on the topic “Pourquoi et comment faire l’histoire de sciences humaines?” together with the discussions following the presentation of several papers organized under particular headings, such as “Historicité des sciences humaines”, “Les formes de la rationaloté dans les sciences humaines”, “Enseigner une théorie avec ou sans son histoire?” etc. (pp.127–43, 223–47, etc.) As well, these sections were introduced by special reports (16–32, 145–59, etc.) Of especial interest to HL readers may be the following papers: “Arbitraire et/ou convention chez Whitney et Saussure” (97–106) by Claudine Normand; “Pourquoi et comment faire l’histoire de la linguistque?” (260–71) by Yves Gentilhomme, “G[eorges] Canguilhem et l’histoire des sciences” (370–87) by P. Osmo, and “Le rôle des reconstructions en histoire des sciences” (160–68) by Sylvain Auroux .]
ed. 1985 . Le sujet entre langue et parole(e) . (= Langages, 77 .) Paris : Larousse , 116 pp. [ This collection of papers includes the following: Jean-Louis Chiss, “La stylistique de Charles Bally: De la notion de ‘sujet parlant’ à la théorie de 1’énonciation” (85–94); José Médina, “Charles Bally: De Bergson à Saussure” (85–104); Michel Arrivé, “Signifiant saussurien et signifiant lacanien” (105116) .]
On the Origin of Language: Two essays. Jean Jacques Rousseau, Essay on the origin of languages; Johann Gottfried Herder, Essay on the origin of language . Translated, with afterwords, by John H. Moran & Alexander Gode . Introduction by Alexander Gode . Chicago & London : Univ. of Chicago Press , x, 176 pp. in-16° . [ Repr. of a text first published in 1966 (New York: F. Ungar), with a bibliographical note (ix–x) added. Following a brief introd. (v-viii), the book prints an English transl. of Rousseau’s essay (1/5–74), probably written in 1749, but published posthumously only, followed by an afterword by the translator (75–83), and of Herder’s 1770 prize essay (87/87–166), concluded by an afterword as well (167–76). Actually, only Part I of Herder’s Essay has been translated here. There’s no index and no bibliography .]
. 1985 . L’analyse du langage à Port-Royal: Six études logico-gr’ammatleales . Paris : Les Editions de Minuit (avec le concours du Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique) , 388 pp. [ In six essays the author places the work of the Port-Royal grammarians and logicians in their original historical context, and, hence, views modern interpretations of the Grammaire générale et raisonnée, notably Chomsky’s, critically. – The chaps, are entitled as follows: 1, “Grammaire générale et théorie des incidentes” (17–48); 2, “Aspects cartésiens de la théorie du langage à Port-Royal” (49–82); 3, “Grammaire, logique et ponctuation” (83–101); 4, “Art de parler et art de penser à Port-Royal” (105–118); 5, “Grammaire et logique” (119–47); 6, “La nature du pronom” (151–80); 7, “Les termes logiques et la détermination” (183–226); 8, “Etendu et compréhension” (227–58); 9, “Le système des propositions catégoriques” (261–300), etc. There is a select bib, (375–80), a name index (381–82), an “Index des références à la Grammaire et à la Logique [de Port-Royal]” (383–84), an “Index des exemples” (385–86), and a detailed “Table analytique des matières” (387–88) .]
Obščestvennye nauki v SSSR . Serija 6 : Jazykoznanie , Nos. 1–6 ( 1985 ) and No. l ( 1986 ). Moskva : Inst, naučnoj informacii po obščestvennym naukam, Akad . Nauk SSSR , ca.200 pp. each (on the average) . [ The section on ‘History and Modern State of Linguistics’ reports, inter alia, on ‘Essays on Humboldt’ (No.l); ‘Essays on classical linguistics’ (No.2); ‘Essays on Russian grammar in the first third of the 20th century’ (No.3); ‘Russian manuscript grammar of the 18th century’ (No.4); on ‘Three projects of organizing the study of Oriental languages and the East of Russia in the 18th to 19th centuries’ (No.5); the ‘Scientific heritage of A. A, Potebnja and modern philology’ (No.6), and, in No.l of 1986, a review of a paper by Vjač. Vs. Ivanov on Roman Jakobson (pp.13–15) as well as a review of Maljavina’s book on Sanctius (see this section above) .]
Obščestvennye nauki za rubežom . Ser.6 : Jazykoznanie , Nos. 1–6 ( 1985 ) and No. l ( 1986 ). Ibid. , between 192 and 220 pp. each . [ No.l contains a review of Mayrhofer 1983 (cf. HL X.388) and Eschbach & Trabant 1983 (cf. ibid., 380); No.2 includes a review of Hymes 1983 (cf. HL X.385); No,6 has a review (pp.14–16) of The origins of Russian grammar (Columbus, Ohio: Slavica, 1983), not received by this journal; No.5 has a report on a 22-page biographical sketch on the Hungarian Tibetologis t Alexander Csoma de Körös (Budapest, 1984) as well as of Frisch 1983 (cf. HL XI.509); No.4 prints a review of Breva-Claramonte’s 198: book on Sanctius (Amsterdam: Benjamins) by S. A. Romaško (who is a frequent reviewer, especially in the area of studies dealing with the HoL in the Romania). No.5 reports on Christy (1983), and No.1/1986 of Anders (1984) – see above .]
, 1986 . Language Theories of the Early Soviet Period . (= Exeter Linguistic Studies, 10 .) Exeter : Univ. of Exeter (printed by A. Wheaton & Co.) , v, 122 pp. [ This book consists of the following 5 chaps.: 1, “The cultural climate of the first decades” (1–18), which relates the various literary movements of the period; 2, “Language and thought: L[ev] S[emenovič] Vygotskij [(1896–1934)]” (19–38); 3, “Sign, sound and social context: V[alentin] N[ikolaevič] Vološinov [(1895-after 1934)]” (39–67), which argues, among other things, against the nowadays frequent ascription of his 1929 book, Marksizm i filosofi ja jazyka, to M. M. Baxtin, his mentor and friend; 4, “The Japhetic theory and language as a superstructure: N. Ya. Marr” (68–94), and 5, “Later developments”, in which the (re-)opening of Soviet linguistics toward Western ideas in the 1950s and early 1960s is briefly discussed (95–111). Bib. (112–22); the absence of an index is to be regretted as the study contains details not usually found in similar accounts. (Thus Gustav Gustavovič Špet, the Russian philosopher (1879–1937), is mentioned (e.g., pp.61, 119), though not his 219-page neo-Humboldtian study of 1927.) ]
( sous la direction de ). 1985 . Dictionnaire du français québécois: Description et histoire des régionalismes en usage au Québec depuis l’epoque de la Nouvelle-France jusqu’à nos jours, incluant un aperçu de leur extension dans les provinces canadiennes limitrophes . Volume de présentation. Rédacteurs principaux : Lionel Boisvert, Marcel Juneau, Claude Poirier, Claude Verreault , avec la collaboration de Micheline Massicotte . Sante-Foy, Québec : Les Presses de ľUniv . Laval ( for the ‘Trésor de la language française au Québec’ ), xxxviii , 3 geographical maps , 169 pp. [ An introduction to the work of the above-mentioned lexicographical outfit in Quebec City, with selected sample entries from ‘achaler’ to ‘water-boy’ .]
Recherches sur le français parlé , No. 5 ( 1983 ), 300 pp. ; No. 6 ( 1984 ), 193 pp. [ These volumes put out by the Univ. of Provence in Aix (and distributed by Lafitte in Paris) for G.A.R.S., i.e., Groupe Aixois de Recherches en Syntaxe, contains 16 and 8 papers, respectively, mostly devoted to French, especially French syntax. No.6, however, carries 4 papers under the heading of “Histoire des représentations de la languag”, which includes a paper by Cyril Veken entitled “Le phonographe et le terrain: La mission Brunot-Bruneau dans les Ardennes en 1912” (45–72) .]
ed. 1984 . Humanismus im Bildungswesen des 15. und 16. Jahrhunderts . (= Mitteilung XII der Kommission für Humanismusforschung [of the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft, Bonn-Bad Godesberg] . Weinheim : Acta Humaniora der Verlag Chemie GmbH , 200 pp. [ Cf. also the vol. ed. by A. Buck mentioned above in this section. – From the contents (10 articles in all): “Tunc floruit Alamannorum natio: Doktorate deutscher Studenten in Pavia in der zweiten Hälfte des fünfzehnten Jahrhunderts” (25–44) by Agostino Sottiii; Gerhard Müller, “Philipp Melanchton zwischen Pädagogik und Theologie” (95–106), and Anton Schindling, “Die humanistische Bildungsreform in den Reichsstädten Straßburg, Nürnberg und Augsburg” (107–120). No index .]
Revista canaria de Estudios ingleses . No. 9 ( Nov. 1984 ); No. 10 ( April 1985 ), vi, 160, and vi, 260 pp. Tenerife, Spain : Depto. de Ingles, Univ. de La Laguna . [ Of particular interest to HL readers would be: “The Modernity of Henry Sweet” (10.209–216) by John Kelly & John Local, and “Henry Sweet as a Novelist” (217–21) by Michael K. C. Mac-Mahon .]
Revista de Filología española . Tome 64 , Nos. 1–2 ( 1985 ). Madrid : Instituto “Miguel de Cervantes”, C.S.I.C. , [iv], 204 pp. [ From the contents: Jose Mondejar, “El pensamiento lingüístico del doctor Juan Huarte de San Juan” (71–128); “In memoriam Werner Beinhauer (18961983)” (161–64) by Ursula Doetsch .]
Rhetorica: A journal of the history of rhetoric . Vol. III , Nos. 1–4 , [ii] 303 pp. Berkeley, Calif. : Univ. of California Press ( for The International Society for the History of Rhetoric ). [ From the contents: Barbara Warnick, “Charles Rollin’s [(1661-after 1720)] Traité and the rhetorical theories of [Adam] Smith, [George] Campbell, and [Hugh] Blair” (45–65); Barbara Bowen’s review of Glyn P. Norton, The Ideology and Language of Translation in Renaissance France and their Human-ist Antecedents (Geneva: Droz, 1984) on pp.150–53; and Don Paul Abbott’s review of Michael Mooney, Vico in the Tradition of Rhetoric (Princeton Univ. Press, 1985) on pp.297–99 .]
. 1985 . El narrador pícaro: Guzmán de Alfarache . Madison, Wisconsin : The Hispanic Seminary of Medieval Studies , 131 pp. [ An interpretation of the famous Spanish picaresque novel. The author argues (p.l): “Si la narración es una picardía, o sea, un acto proprio de un picaro, el narrador es, necesariamente, un picaro.” ]
. 1985 . Leading Conceptions in Linguistic Theory: Formalist tendencies in structural linguistics . Academisch proefschrift ter verkrijging van de graad van doctor in de letteren aan de Vrije Universiseit te Amsterdam, … . Dordrecht : ICG Printing , [xii], 157 pp. [ Also published, with the Dutch summary in the front matter deleted, as No.4 of the “Geschiedenis van de Taalkunde” series (Dordrecht & Cinnaminson: Foris Publications, 1985). – The study consists of 4 major parts, following the introd. (1–7): 2, “Ferdinand de Saus-sure’s conception of linguistics [in which the author sees the first formalist research program in linguistics]” (8–20); 3, “Key developments in structural linguistics” (21–75), which deals, in separate chapters, with the Prague school, American structuralism, and the theories of N. Chomsky; 4, “The formalist framework” (76–106), in which in particular its epistemological bases are critically analyzed, and 5, “Underlying sign problems for linguistics” (107–142). Bib. (144–53); index of authors (154–57) .]
. 1984 . Ogledi iz kulturne antropologi je [ Essays in cultural anthropology ]. Transl. by Aleksandar I. Spasić , with a foreword by Ranko Bugarski , 2nd rev. ed. Belgrade : Prosveta , 307 pp. in-16° . [ First ed., 1974. A selection of 15 papers taken from Sapir’s Selected Writings ed. by David G. Mandelbaum (Berkeley, Cal., 1949) .]
Săpostavitelno ezikoznanie / Copostavitel’noe jazykoznanie / Contrastive Linguistics Nos. 2–6 ( 1985 ). Sofia : Univ. of Sofia , each issue between 120 and 132 pp. [ No.1/1985 – according to the author in question – has a note on Jacob Grimm on the occasion of the bicentenary of his birth (by Jivco Boyadjiev); No.2 (pp.118–20) carries a biographical note on Sergej Karcevskij (1884–1955) by Dina Staniveva; No.3 (94–9 7) prints a note on Wilhelm von Humboldt by Pavel Petkov, who argues (p.96), erroneously, I believe, that that concepts of “langue’, ‘parole’, and ‘langage’ had been introduced by Humboldt and in a much more fruitful manner into linguistic discourse. No.4 (119–21) contains a note (by Ivan Bujukliev) on Vaclav Michal (Fortunat) Durich (1735–1802); No.5 has a short article on Aleksandr Afanasievič Potebnja (1835–1891) by Sergej Al. Ivanov (116–21), and No.6 contains, among others, incl. a variety of bibliographies, an index to the first 10 volumes (1975–85) of the present periodical .]
eds. 1984 . Semiotics of Drama and Theatre: New perspectives in the theory of drama and theatre . (= Linguistic & Literaray Studies in Eastern Europe, 10 .) Amsterdam & Philadelphia : John Benjamins Publ. Co. , 548 pp. [ The Vol. brings together 16 original papers devoted to theories of drama and theatre research. The vol. is rounded off by a 560 item “Selective and incomplete bibliography of analytical approaches to drama and theatre” (511–48) .]
. 1985 . Linguarum recentium annales: Der Unterricht in den modernen europäischen Sprachen im deutschsprachigen Raum . Band 4 : 1771–1800 . (= Augsburger I- & I-Schriften, 33 .) Augsburg : Univ. Augsburg [ to be obtained through Englisches Seminar, Univ. Augsburg, Alter Postweg 120, D-8900 Augsburg, Fed. Rep. of Germany], xiii, 475 pp. [For details on the three preceding vols., see HL XII.309–310 (1985). Following a brief introd. (vii-viii) & an index of languages (ix–xi), there is the “Chronologische Dokumentation” (1–381), i.e., the year-by-year documentation (in the form of selected quotations of the relevant data) of statements and works published between 1771 and 1800 that have a bearing on questions of foreign language instruction in the German speaking lands. Within each year, these excerpts are organized under the following key terms (wherever applicable): ‘Universitäten’, ‘Übrige Hochschulen’, ‘Schulen’, ‘Individuelles Lernen’, ‘Lehrmaterialien’, and ‘Allgemeines’. Close to 100 pages are taken up by the following indices: “Ortsregister” (383–93), “Personenregister” (395–408), “Register der Datierungen” (409–414), “Sachregister” (415–424), which are followed by “Quellenverzeichnis” (425–445), and, finally, by a “Verzeichnis der sonstigen benutzen Literatur” (447–75). Unfortunately, in accordance with Continental tradition, nowhere are first names of authors and publishers’ names mentioned in these bibliographies – (nor are life-dates for that matter) .]
eds. 1984 . Goethe und die Romantik: Briefe mit Erläuterungen . (= Schriften der Goethe-Gesellschaft, 13–14 .) 2 vols. Leipzig : Zentralantiquariat der DDR ; Weinheim : Acta Humaniora der VCH Verlagsgesellschaft , xcv, 382, and xlviii, 399 pp. [ Reprint of the 1898–99 (Weimar: Verlag der Goethe-Gesellschaft) ed. ]
. 1986 . Tous les verbes conjugués . Montréal (Québec) : Centre Educatif et Culturel, Inc. [ Boulevard Métropolitain, 8101, Montréal H1J 1J9, Canada], 210 pp. [A didactic work presenting well-done conjugation tables for all 9,600 verbs in French. It consists of the following major sections: “Les outils de la conjugaison orale et écrite” (12–21), followed by: Partie A, “Les modes et les temps” (2445); B, “La conjugaison” (48–145), and C, “L’index complet des verbes” (148–208). Select bib. (209–210) .]
. 1985 . Meister Eckeharts Konzeption der Sprachbedeutung: Sprachliche Weltschöpfung und Tiefenstruktur in der mittelalterlichen Scholastik und Mystik? (= Hermaea – Germanistische Forschungen, N.F., 51 .) Tübingen : Max Niemeyer Verlag , x, 128 pp. [ This monograph tries to confront ideas found in the work of the German mystic Johannes Eck(e)-hart (c.1260–1327) with what he regards as the ‘moderne Humboldt-Tradition (Humboldt-Saussure[sic]-Coseriu-Sprachhermeneutik)’ (cf. Vorwort, p.viii), as he believes that particular aspects TGG grammar (as if this had anything to do with Humboldt!) are widely regarded as being connected with this ‘tradition’. The 4 chaps, are titled: 1, “Der Bedeutungsbegriff der Scholastik und der Humboldt-Tradition” (1–61); 2, “Sprachstufen der Scholastik” (62–79); 3, “Scholastische vs, generativistische Sprachstufen” (80–101), and 4, “Sprache und mystische Erfahrung” (102–118). Bib. (119–23), index of names (125–26), and index of subjects (127–28) .]
comp. 1985 . Celestina by Fernando de Rojas: An annotated bibliography of world interest, 1930–1985 . Madison, Wisconsin : The Hispanic Seminary of Medieval Studies , iii, 124 pp. [ The bib. is subdivided into I, “Studies on ‘Celestina’”; II, “Translations and [Stage] Adaptions”; III, “Editions”. Indices of subjects and names; list of abbreviations .]
eds. 1984 . Evolutionstheorie und menschliches Selbstverständnis . (= CIVITAS Resultate, 6 .) Weinheim : Acta Humaniora Verlag der Chemie GmbH , [v], 104 pp. [ The book consists of 5 papers presented at a symposium held in Munich in Nov. 1983. They are: Wolfgang Stegmüller, “Evolutionäre Erkenntnistheorie, Realismus und Wissenschaftstheorie” (5–34); Friedrich Kambartel, “Zur grammatischen Unmöglichkeit einer evolutionstheoretischen Erklärung der humanen Welt” (35–53); Hans Michael Baumgartner, “Die innere Unmöglichkeit einer evolutionären Erklärung der menschlichen Vernunft” (55–71); Robert Spaemann, “Sein und Gewordensein: Was erklärt die Evolutionstheorie?” (73–91), and Reinhard Löw, “Bericht über die Schlußdiskussion” (93–98). List of participants (99–101); index of authors (103–104) .]
eds. 1984 . Wörterbücher der deutschen Romanistik . Weinheim : Acta Humaniora der Verlag Chemie GmbH (for the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft, Bonn-Bad Godesberg) , 131 pp. [ Papers from a colloquium held in Heidelberg in April 1983, organized by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) which supports various dictionary projects in the field of Romance languages at German universities (including Heidelberg). The vol. prints the proceedings, including reports by various scholars (Hans Helmut Christmann, Kurt Baldinger, Helmut Stimm, Annegret Bollée, Max Pfister, Paul Miron, Bodo Müller, Günther Haensch, and Dieter Krämer) devoted to individual projects, incl. ‘Altfranzösisches Wörterbuch’, ‘Dictionnaire étymologique de l’ancien provençal’, ‘Dictionnaire étymologique des créoles’, etc. List of participants (129–31) .]
Studi Orientali e Linguistici Vol. 1 , No. l ( 1983 ). Bologna : Editrice CLUEB , 343 pp. [ Ed. by Giorgio Renato Franci, this journal is an attempt to revive the tradition of the Quaderni dell’Istituto di Glot-tologia which, in 1965, had been replaced by Lingua e Stile. This first issue contains 13 papers, a section of reports, obituaries, etc. entitled ‘Cronaca’, another for ‘Note e discussioni’, and a book review section. The range of the contributions is wide, covering languages such as Chinese, Hebrew, and Sanskrit, but also items of interest to the history of linguistics, such as an article on Marx and Saussure and another one on the 19th-century journal La uni tà delia lingua, which appeared between 1869 and 1873 .]
. 1985 . Estrada Real por Holanda, Espanha e Portugal . Leiden : Rijksuniversiteir Leiden , [iii], 283 pp. , 1 portr . [ Collection of previously (1966–1983) published papers; no index .]
Topoi: An International Review of Philosophy , Vol. 4 , No. 2 ( Sept. 1985 ). Dordrecht/Holland & Boston : D. Reidel Publ. Co. , [129-] 230 pp. [ This number is dedicated to a particular ‘topos’, namely, “Language and Logic in the Eighteenth Century”, with Sylvain Auroux & Dino Buzzetti as guest editors. It contains the following papers: Sylvain Auroux & Dino Buzzetti, “Current issues in eighteenth-century linguistic historiography” (131–44); André Joly, “Cartesian or Condillacian linguistics?” (145–49); M. J. van der Wal, “The Kantian mentalism of Johannes Kinker (1764–1845)” (151–53); Patrice Bergheaud, “Empiricism and linguistics in eighteenth-century Britain” (155–63); Wilda Anderson, “Rhetoric and nomenclature in Lavoisier’s chemical language” (165–69); Jean Rousseau, “On a universal alphabet: A letter of W[ilhelm] Von Humboldt to G[eorge] Bancroft [(1800–1891)] (Sept. 17, 1821)” (171–80); Rüdiger Schreyer, “On the origin of language: A scientific approach to the study of man” (181–86); Jean Claude Chevalier, “Grammatical analysis and logical analysis in France” (187–91); Sylvain Auroux, “The analytic and the synthetic as linguistic topics” (193–99); Marc Domi-nicy, “On abstraction and the doctrine of terms in eighteenth-century philosophy of language” (201–205); Lia Formigari, “Militant linguistics and philosophy of reforms in Italy” (207–213), and Joachim Gessinger, “Language and the formation of society in Germany” (215–22) .]
ed. 1985 . Analecta Husserliana: The Yearbook of Phenomenological Research . Vol. 19 : Poetics of the Elements in the Human Condition: The sea. From elemental stirrings to symbolic inspiration, language, and life-significance in literary interpretation and theory . Dordrecht-Boston-Lancaster : D. Reidel Publ. Co. (under the auspices of The World Institute for Advanced Phenomenologigical Research and Learning, Belmont, Massachusetts) , xv, 507 pp. [ The vol. prints 35 papers presented at the First International Phenomenology and Literature Conference held in Cambridge, Mass., 5–7 April 1984. The papers are organized under 3 major headings, dealing with literary interpretation, the ‘elemental thread in the twilight of consciousness’, and ‘creative orchestration in the poesis of life and in fiction’. Index of authors (505–507) .]
1984 . Prolegomena to Inferential Discourse Processing . (= Pragmatics & Beyond, 5:2 .) Amsterdam & Philadelphia : John Benjamins Publ. Co. , viii, 100 pp. [ This study deals with 4 kinds of processing: syntactic, semantic, ‘action’, and ‘disordered’ (processing). Bib. (91-f00); no index .]
1984 . Prejudice in Discourse : An analysis of ethnic prejudice in cognition and conversation . (= Pragmatics & Beyond, 5:3 .) Amsterdam & Philadelphia : John Benjamins Publ. Co. , x, 170 pp. [ This study deals, in 9 chaps., with ethnic prejudice, discourse, topic selection, stories about minorities, argumentation, semantic strategies, style & rhetoric, and pragmatic and conversational strategies. Bib. (159–70); no index .]
. 1985 . Dépendances et niveau de représentation en syntaxe . (= Lingvisticæ Investigationes Supplementa, 13 .) Amsterdam & Philadelphia : John Benjamins Publ. Co. , xvi, 371 pp. [ Contents: 1, “La théorie grammaticale”; 2, “Quelques éléments pour une théorie formelle des cas”; 3, “Remarques sur les subordonnées infinitives en français et en anglais”; 4, “Quelques aspects de la théorie des constructions relatives”, and 5, “L’analyse par montée”. Bib. (351–71) .]
. 1985 . Signifies and Language: The articulate form of our expressive and interpretative resources . Reprint of the edition London, 1911, and of two articles by V. Welby . Edited and introduced by H. Walter Schmitz . (= Foundations of Semiotics, 5 .) Amsterdam & Philadelphia : John Benjamins Publ. Co. , eclcvii [= 267], [510-] 523; [24-] 37; [186-] 202, and x, 105 pp. [ The reprint of the 1911 monograph (London: Macmillan) is preceded by a major study of the life and work of Lady Welby (1837–1912) by the ed. and the reproduction of two of her papers, “Meaning and Metaphor” (1893) and “Meaning, Sense and Interpretation” (1896). Although the table of contents is fairly detailed, an index would have been helpful to make good use of the informative volume .]
. 1985 . Frame-Theorie in der Lexikographie: Untersuchungen zur theoretischen Fundierung und computer gestützten Anwendung kontex-tueller Rahmenstruktuen für die lexikographische Repräsentation von Substantiven . (= Lexicographic a ; Series Maior, 10 .) Tübingen : Max Niemeyer Verlag , viii, 241 pp. [ Doctoral dissertation, Univ. of Bochum, 1984, dealing with the application of frame theory to lexicography. Bib. (233–41); no index .]
eds. 1985 . Pero López de Aya-la: Coronica del rey don Pedro. Edición y estudio . Madison, Wisconsin : The Hispanic Seminary of Medieval Studies , L, 302 pp. [ Following a preface by L. Kasten entitled “Pero López de Ayala ocupa el lugar más insigne dentro de la literatura española de fines del siglo XIV”, the editors present one of the chronicles of this author which are informative as regards the 2nd half of 15th-century Spain and its (political) history. The 198-page text ed. is preceded by a detailed introductory study (vii-xlii) and rounded off by an aparatus criticus (199–294), and a bib. (295–300) .]
1985 . The Impenitent Confession of Guzmán de Alfarache . Madison, Wise : The Hispanic Seminary of Medieval Studies , iii, 215 pp. [ Thorough study of Benito Brancaforte’s 1980 ed. of Guzmán de Alfarache’s picaresque novel. Detailed bib. (183–213); no index .]
. 1984 . Mercury; or, the Secret and Swift Messenger, shewing how a man may with privacy and speed communicate his thoughts to a friend at any distance (1707) . Reprinted from the third edition : The Mathematical and Philosophical Works of the Right Reverend John Wilkins ( 1708 ). Together with an Abstract of Dr. Wilkins’s Essay towards a Real Character and a Philosophical Language, with an introductory essay by Brigitte Asbach-Schnitker . (= Foundations of Semiotics, 6 .) Amsterdam & Philadelphia : John Benjamins Publ. Co. , cix, xviii, 90, [169-] 184 pp. [ The reprints are preceded by a thorough study of Wilkins’ work and its impact on European universal language debates in Europe. Detailed bib. (lxx-lxxx), a full accounting of the works of John Wilkins (lxxxi-cix), 71 items in various editions. No index .]
. 1985 . Explanation, Causation and Deduction . (= The University of Western Ontario Series in Philosophy of Science, 26 .) Dordrecht-Boston-Lancaster : D. Reidel Publ. Co. , xviii, 385 pp. [ As the author states in his Preface (p.ix), “The purpose of this essay is to defend the deductive-nomological model of explanation against a number of criticisms that have been made of it.” It has three major chaps.: 1, “The deductive model of explanation: A statement” (1–71); 2, “The reasonability of the deductive model” (73–172), and 3, “Explanations and explainings” (173–342). “Conclusion” (343); endnotes (345–65); bib. (367–73), and indices of names (375–76) and of subjects” (377–85) .]
. 1984 . Biographical Dictionary of Psychology . [ 2nd ed. , cf. Preface, p. vii ]. Westport, Connecticut : Greenwood Press , xxi, 563 pp. [ First ed., 1975, under the title Names in the History of Psychology, this volume is an important reference and research tool, and not only for the history of psychology, but also for developments in child language and psycholinguistics, from Karl Abraham (1877–1925) to Hendrick Zwaaredmaker (1857–1930). It includes biographical and bibliographical information of well over 1,000 psychologists or of scholars who contributed to psychology who had lived between 1600 and C.1982 (though it also includes Albertus Magnus, Anaxagoras, Aristotle and other thinkers). (The information supplied is usually good; the entry on Montaigne [Michel Eyquem de] is a rare counter-example.) In addition to the 478-page listing, the volume carries a number of interesting appendices: A, “Chronological listing [of psychologists] by birth date [from Thaïes to Daniel E. Berlyne (1924–76)]” (481–95); B, “Relative eminence of names in the history of psychology [in the order of Freud-Aristotle-Wundt-James-Watson-Plato-Descartes-Fechner-Hume -Locke-Titchener-Kant-Helmholtz-etc.]” (497–512), and C, “Nineteenth-artd twentieth-century contributors in academic and research institutions, geographically and chronologically arranged” (513–42). General index (543–63). (In the Copernicus entry, references to Bydgoszcz and Gdansk should be struck; mention of Toruń is precise enough.) ]