Last Papers in Linguistic Historiography

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This volume brings together — in 8 chapters — what has occupied the author during his many years as editor of Historiographia Linguistica. Namely, how the history of linguistics has developed into a major field of scholarly research, and that the discussion of questions of method and epistemology needs to be continued to avoid stereotypical practice. The author takes up a number of subjects that often had been regarded as settled, but which require a revisit. This is shown in several chapters, whether it appears subjects like ‘analogy’ or the relationships between well-known linguists like Saussure, Hermann Paul, and others.
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Table of Contents
Preface
x
Part I. Positions and problems in the history of linguistics
4–93
Chapter 1. The historiography of linguistics past, present, future
4–35
Chapter 2. Pour une historiographie engagée; or where historians of linguistics could still do better
38–48
Chapter 3. La place du Bulletin de la société de Linguistique de Paris parmi les principales revues de linguistique de son temps
50–67
Chapter 4. On the disappearance of August Schleicher in the writings of the Neogrammarians: The case of the analogy concept in historical lingustics
70–93
Part II. Studies concerning the work of individual scholars
98–210
Chapter 5. Baudouin de Courtenay’s relationship with Schleicher
98–114
Chapter 6. Hermann Paul, Saussure, and general linguistic theory
116–161
Chapter 7. Edward Sapir: Assessments of his life and work
164–192
Chapter 8. The Baxtin myth and its historiography
194–210
List of biographical names in the history of linguistics
211–214
Subjects
BIC Subject: PDX – History of science
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  2020017508