History of Linguistics 2002

Selected papers from the Ninth International Conference on the History of the Language Sciences, 27-30 August 2002, São Paulo - Campinas

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| Universidade Estadual de Campinas
| Universidade de Sao Paulo
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This volume brings together a selection of revised papers, originally presented at ICHoLS IX (São Paulo/Campinas). The papers in the first section deal with studies ranging from the Latin model in post-Renaissance grammars to new scientific propositions at the turn of the 19th century; the second part carries articles devoted to a variety of topics in 19th and 20th century linguistics; and in the third section are united papers based on plenary presentations, ranging from ancient Greek reflections upon language to developments in Brazilian linguistics beginning with the implantation of structuralist work by Joaquim Mattoso Câmara (1904–1970) in the 1960s. In the concluding contribution, a survey of advances in the history of the language sciences is offered.
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Table of Contents
Part I. From the Latin grammarians to the idéologues
Some problems in transferring the Latin model to the first French grammars: Verbal voice, impersonal verbs and the -rais form
Bernard Colombat
3
Un exemple du transfert du modèle latin aux premières grammaires du français: l'analyse des temps du passé
Jean-Marie Fournier
17
Linguistic ideas and the discourse about languages in early Brazilian history
Bethania Mariani
27
Grammaire générale et grammaire particulière: Les Méthodes de Claude Irson
Simone Delesalle et Francine Mazière
41
Texts of reference and serial texts in the constitution of a notional paradigm: The example of the French idéologues
Gerda Haßler
63
Part II. Linguistics in the 19th and 20th centuries
The Brazilian hyperlanguage mark in the traditional grammar of the 19th Century
Marli Quadros Leite
75
Revista Ilustrada: Un document sur le langage des Noirs à la fin du XIXe siècle
Margarida Maria Taddoni Petter
87
The "arrested evolution": Notion, theories, myth?
Ekaternia Velmezova
93
On the defense of Von Kempelen as the predecessor of experimental phonetics and speech synthesis research
Plínio A. Barbosa
101
Positivism and neo-positivism in linguistics and language philosophy
Paul Laurendeau
107
From universal languages to intermediary languages in Machine Translation: The work of the Cambridge Language Research Unit (1955–1970)
Jacqueline Léon
123
The Presence of Absence in Saussure's Linguistic Theory
T. Craig Christy
133
La création des cours de lettres au Brésil et les premières orientations de la recherche linguistique universitaire
José Luiz Fiorin
141
The Portuguese language in the institutionalization of linguistics
Suzy Lagazzi-Rodrigues
149
Humor and language acquisition: Anecdotal data and their route in the history of language acquisition studies
Rosa Attié Figueira
157
Part III. Plenary papers
Reflexions sur l'experience grecque du langage
Maria Helena de Moura Neves
171
Johann Jacob Reiske (1716-1774): Leading force in the establishment of oriental and classical Scholarship in Germany
Kurt R. Jankowsky
183
The context and sense of Humboldt's statement that language 'ist kein werk (ergon), sondern eine tätigkeit (energeia)'
Hans Aarsleff
197
On the Notion of Structure and Structuralism in Brazil
Eni P. Orlandi
207
Les avancées de notre discipline
Sylvian Auroux
223
Index of names
235
Index rerum
239
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CFA – Philosophy of language
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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