History of Linguistics 2008

Selected papers from the eleventh International Conference on the History of the Language Sciences (ICHoLS XI), 28 August - 2 September 2008, Potsdam

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This volume contains a selection of papers presented at the 11th International Conference on the History of the Language Sciences (Potsdam 2008) which are especially representative of the concerns of the conference and its thematic range. The reflection about language and the individual languages has characterized cultures since ancient times and has brought forth different traditions of the language sciences. The contributions cover the period from antiquity to contemporary history. In addition to terminological and social history approaches, they also include research results based on corpora or which reconstruct theoretical approaches. More than other scholars, linguists are turning to the history of their science for answers to current questions. This underscores the value of the history of language sciences for understanding the present state of linguistics and its development. Interdisciplinarity necessary for the research of many issues and manifestations of language makes historical reflections on the disciplines indispensable.
[Studies in the History of the Language Sciences, 115]  2011.  xi, 468 pp.
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Table of Contents
Acknowledgements
ix–xi
Introduction
Gerda Haßler
1–9
Part I. Methodological considerations, linguistics and philology
Du Corpus représentatif des grammaires et des traditions linguistiques au Corpus de textes linguistiques fondamentaux
Bernard Colombat
13–23
The ‘floating’ linguistic sign
T. Craig Christy
25–34
‘A term of opprobrium’: Twentieth century linguistics and English philology
John B. Walmsley
35–47
Methode als Grenze?: Zur Spaltung von Philologie und Sprachwissenschaft im 19. Jahrhundert
Johanna Wolf und Christine Blauth-Henke
49–66
Part II. Antiquity
Grammatical doxography in Antiquity: The (hi-)stories of the parts-of-speech system
Pierre Swiggers and Alfons Wouters
69–91
Über die Bezeichnung des Indikativs bei den römischen Grammatikern des 1. und 2. Jh.
Vladimir I. Mazhuga
93–108
Rewriting the history of the language sciences in classical antiquity
Daniel J. Taylor
109–125
Part II. Renaissance linguistics
Elements of a philosophy of language in Claudio Tolomei’s Il Cesano de la lingua Toscana
Stefano Gensini
129–134
La conception de l’ordre des mots dans la Grammatica Latina de Caspar Finck et Christoph Helwig
Claire Lecointre
135–145
The earliest stages of Persian-German language comparison
Toon Van Hal
147–165
Part IV. Seventeenth and eighteenth century
European conceptions of writing from the Renaissance to the eighteenth century
Cordula Neis
169–186
Lessons from literary theory: Applying the notion of transtextuality (Genette 1982) to early modern German grammars
Nicola McLelland
187–200
Nachahmung und Schöpfung in der Barockgrammatik: Ch. Gueintz liest W. Ratke
Boris Djubo
201–215
Leibniz as lexicographer?
John Considine
217–224
Du verbe actif au verbe transitif: Transitivité et complémentation dans les grammaires françaises, 1660–1863
Bérengère Bouard
225–238
Metaphors in metalinguistic texts: The case of ob­servations and remarks on the French language
Wendy Ayres-Bennett
239–249
Les Méthodes au XVIIe siècle: Un outil composite. Irson, Lancelot, Nicole
Simone Delesalle et Francine Mazière
251–263
A propos des règles dans les grammaires françaises de l’âge classique: Forme, fonction, statut (le cas de l’accord du participe passé)
Jean-Marie Fournier
265–276
La phrase expliquée aux sourds-muets: Remarques sur la syntaxe chiffrée de l’abbé Sicard
Valérie Raby
277–288
The place of spatial case forms in early Estonian, Latvian and Finnish grammars
Annika Kilgi
289–300
Part V. Nineteenth and twentieth centuries
Aproximaciones a la enseñanza del análisis: Los Principios del análisis lójico de Ramón Merino (1848)
María José García Folgado y Esteban T. Montoro del Arco
303–315
A difficult case: A sketch of the different interpretations of the concept of ‘case’ in the early Chinese grammatical studies
Tommaso Pellin
317–326
Relecture jakobsonienne de la distinction saussurienne langue/parole: De la constitution d’un concept a l’acceptation d’un objet donné
Anne-Gaëlle Toutain
327–339
Ernst Cassirer’s and Benedetto Croce’s theories of language in comparison
Sarah Dessì Schmid
341–358
Tradition versus grammatical traditions: Considerations on the representation of the Russian language
Sylvie Archaimbault
359–367
An early sociolinguistic approach towards standardization and dialect variation: G. G. Kloeke’s theory of Hollandish expansion
Camiel S.J.N. Hamans
369–387
Gender and the language scholarship of the Summer Institute of Linguistics in the context of mid twentieth-century American linguistics
Margaret Thomas
389–397
When categories go back to parts of speech
Béatrice Godart-Wendling and Pierre Joray
399–407
‘Cultural morphology’: A success story in German linguistics
Clemens Knobloch
409–423
Interjections: An insurmountable problem of structural linguistics?: The case of early Soviet structuralism
Ekaternia Velmezova
425–434
L’espace linguistique en voie de (dé)multiplication
Carita Klippi
435–448
Z. S. Harris and the semantic turn of mathematical information theory
Jacqueline Léon
449–458
Name index
459–464
Subject index
465–468
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BIC Subject: CFA – Philosophy of language
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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