History of Linguistics 2011

Selected Papers from the 12th International Conference on the History of the Language Sciences (ICHoLS XII), Saint Petersburg, 28 August - 2 September 2011

Editors
| Saint Petersburg State University
| Saint Petersburg State University
| University of Lausanne
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This volume brings together a selection of papers presented at the 12th International Conference on the History of the Language Sciences (ICHoLS XII) held in St. Petersburg, Russia, 28 August – 2 September 2011. It begins with contributions on 17th-century rationalist ideas and practical grammar writing, and then covers a great variety of 18th and 19th century topics from Western grammars of Chinese to Saussure’s remarks on semiology of the years 1881–1891. The most noteworthy feature, however, is an entire section devoted to linguistics in Russia from the early Soviet period until the 1950s, including attempts to establish a Marxist view of language as well as phases to critically adapt Western ideas and at times efforts to participate successfully in international linguistic scholarship, both in phonetics and semantics.
[Studies in the History of the Language Sciences, 123]  2014.  xviii, 221 pp.
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Table of Contents
Foreword & Acknowledgements
ix–x
Honorary President’s Address
E.F.K. Koerner
xi–xiii
Editors’ introduction
xv–xviii
Part I. European linguistics in the 17th and late 18th centuries
“Inversions of word order generate higher costs”: Continuity and development of a topos since the rationalist language theories of the 17th century
Gerda Haßler
3–11
Qui a écrit la Grammaire générale et raisonnée?
Bernard Colombat
13–25
Travail du pouvoir et productions sur la ‘langue française’ au XVIIe siècle
Francine Mazière
27–36
The main characteristics of grammar-writing in Slovenia between 1584 and 1758
Kozma Ahačič
37–49
Part II. Linguistics in the late 18th and 19th centuries
Western grammars of the Chinese language in the 18th and 19th centuries: Studies on ‘cenemes’ and word formation
Mariarosaria Gianninoto
53–61
L’universalité du discours et le génie des langues dans la Grammaire philosophique et littéraire (1823–1824) de Nicolas Paquis de Sauvigny
Serhii Wakoulenko
63–70
The reception of Court de Gébelin in 19th-century Portuguese grammar: The case of the anonymous Regras de Grammatica Portugueza (1841)
Rolf Kemmler
71–86
Morphologie du langage et typologie linguistique: La connexion ‘Schleicher — Saint-Pétersbourg’
Pierre Swiggers et Toon Van Hal
87–102
L’évolution du terme ‘sémiologie’ chez Saussure: 1881–1891
Alessandro Chidichimo
103–113
Part III. Theoretical issues in the 20th-century linguistic thought
Questioning the idea of ‘founding text’: Harris’s Discourse Analysis and French Analyse du discours
Jacqueline Léon
117–125
Earlier and later anti-psychologism in linguistics
Els Elffers-van Ketel
127–136
Looking for a semantic theory: The path taken by Kazimierz Ajdukiewicz (1931–1960)
Béatrice Godart-Wendling
137–144
Jakobson’s circles
Margaret Thomas
145–155
Part IV. Russian and Soviet linguistics
Soviet linguistics and world linguistics
Vladimir M. Alpatov
159–167
Anti-positivism in early Soviet linguistics: A Marxist or idealist stance?
Patrick Sériot
169–180
De la fusion des langues au repli sur soi (URSS 1917–1953)
Sébastien Moret
181–190
Semantics as a background for (pre)semiotic trends in Russian intellectual history of the 1920s–1930s (and beyond)
Ekaternia Velmezova
191–199
Présence de la Russie dans le réseau phonétique international (1886–1940)
Enrica Galazzi
201–211
Index of biographical names
Irina Znaeševa
216–217
Index of subjects and terms
Irina Znaeševa
219–221
Subjects
BIC Subject: CFA – Philosophy of language
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  2014016854