Julie T. Andresen
List of John Benjamins publications for which Julie T. Andresen plays a role.
Historiography’s contribution to theoretical linguistics. Chomskyan (R)evolutions, Kibbee, Douglas A. (ed.), pp. 445–4722010.
Given the rich, multidisciplinary developments that have influenced linguistic theory and practice over the past fifty years, we historiographers are uniquely positioned to provide some much needed theoretical integration for the discipline in these post-Chomskyan times. We do so when we shift from… read more | Article
This paper offers a historiographie account of the fate of B. F. Skinner’s famous 1957 book Verbal Behavior and N. Chomsky’s more-famous review of it that appeared in Language in 1959. For the period from the late 1950s, four reasons are identified to explain the repression of Skinner’s behaviorist… read more | Article
The Origin of Language: Aspects of the discussion from Condillac to Wundt. By G. A. Wells. Historiographia Linguistica 17:3, pp. 411–4171990.
Skinner and Chomsky Thirty Years Later. North American Contributions to the History of Linguistics, Dinneen, S.J., Francis P. and E.F.K. Koerner † (eds.), pp. 145 ff.1990.
Whitney (1867, 1875) und Bloomfield (1914): Abweichungen und Übereinstimmungen. History and Historiography of Linguistics: Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on the History of the Language Sciences (ICHoLS IV), Trier, 24–28 August 1987, Niederehe, Hans-Josef and E.F.K. Koerner † (eds.), pp. 807 ff.1990.
Historiographic Observations on a Current Issue in American Linguistics. Papers in the History of Linguistics: Proceedings of the Third International Conference on the History of the Language Sciences (ICHoLS III), Princeton, 19–23 August 1984, Aarsleff, Hans, L.G. Kelly and Hans-Josef Niederehe (eds.), pp. 647 ff.1987.
Tractatus philosophico-philologicus de methodo recte tractandi linguas exoticas speciatim gallicam, italicam et anglicam (1724). By Christian Friedrich Seidelmann. Historiographia Linguistica 13:1, pp. 111–1161986.
Linguistic Metaphors in Charles De Brosses's Traité of 1765 and the History of Linguistics. Lingvisticæ Investigationes 5:1, pp. 1–241981.
From Condillac to Condorcet: The algebra of history. Progress in Linguistic Historiography: Papers from the International Conference on the History of the Language Sciences, Ottawa, 28–31 August 1978, Koerner, E.F.K. † (ed.), pp. 187 ff.1980.
François Thurot’s Discours préliminaire (1796), a first attempt at a historiography of grammar, sums up the language theories of the philosophes, while prefiguring the 19th century in both his concept of language and his attitude towards the science of language. He accepts, for instance, the theory… read more | Article