Progress in Linguistic Historiography

Papers from the International Conference on the History of the Language Sciences, Ottawa, 28–31 August 1978

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This volume presents a selection of revised papers from the International Conference on the History of the Language Sciences (Ottawa 1978). These have been organized under the following headings: I. Classical Traditions in the Middle Ages and Medieval Thought in the Renaissance and After; II. Sixteenth Through Eighteenth Century Linguistic Ideas; III. Eighteenth-Century Thought in England, France, and Germany; IV. Late-Eighteenth to Mid-Twentieth Century Linguistics; V. Linguistic Pursuits Outside Europe and Points of Contact Between East and West; and, VI. Supplementa: Beyond the History of Linguistics.
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Table of Contents
Acknowledgements
V
Editor's Preface
XI
I. Classical Traditions in the Middle Ages and Medieval Thought in the Renaissance and After
The Liber Sex Principiorum, a Twelfth-Century Treatise in Descriptive Metaphysics
William E. McMahon
3
La théorie de la signification des termes communs chez maître Siger de Brabant
Bernardo Carlos Bazán
13
A Medieval Exercise in Language Planning: Classical Early Modern Irish
Brian ó Cuív
23
Les débuts de l'étude du langage en Irlande
Anders Ahlqvist
35
Logical Structures in Sanctius' Linguistic Theory
Manuel Breva-Claramonte
45
The Scholastic Background to Locke's Theory of Language
E. Jennifer Ashworth
59
II. Sixteenth Through Eighteenth Century Linguistic Ideas
Sixteenth and Early Seventeenth Century Church Slavonic Grammars
Constantine Bida†
71
Sir Thomas Smith's ‘De Recta et Emendata Linguae Anglicae Scriptione Dialogus’ (1568)
Cesare G. Cecioni
87
Principles of English Lexicography in the Early Seventeenth Century
Tetsuro Hayashi
94
Two Port-Royal Theories of Natural Order
Richard Ogle
102
George Dalgarno on ‘Ars Signorum’ and Wilkins' ‘Essay’
David Cram
113
Le prototype défiguré: L'idée scythique et la France gauloise (XVIIe - XVIIIe siècles)
Daniel Droixhe
123
III. Eighteenth-Century Thought in England, France, and Germany
The Eighteenth-Century Debate concerning Linearity or Simultaneity in the Deep Structure of Language: From Buffier to Gottsched
Aldo Scaglione
141
The Language of Nature: Inquiries into a concept of 18th-century British linguistics
Rudiger Schreyer
155
‘Les vrais principes de la langue françoise’ de l'abbé Girard devant la critique du XVIIIe siècle à nos jours
Barbara Kaltz
175
From Condillac to Condorcet: The algebra of history
Julie T. Andresen
187
Dumarsais et le lieu des tropes
Sylvian Auroux
199
Aspects institutionnels et théoriques de l'auto-nomisation des recherches linguistiques en Grande Bretagne 1780-1800
Patrice Bergheaud
211
IV. Late-Eighteenth to Mid-Twentieth Century Linguistics
Flexion et racine: Trois étapes de leur constitution: J.C. Adelung, F. Schlegel, F. Bopp
Louis-Jean Rousseau
235
Uniformitarianism in Nineteenth-Century Linguistics: Implications for a reassessment of the neogrammarian sound-law doctrine
T. Craig Christy
249
Linguistique 1908: Un débat-clef de linguistique géographique et une question des sources saussuriennes
Rudolf Engler
257
The Definition of ‘Sentence’ and John Ries' Theory
Leo Zawadowski
271
On the History of the Axiomatic Method in Linguistics
Hans-Heinrich Lieb
297
V. Linguistic Pursuits Outside Europe and Points of Contact Between East and West
How Proto-Chinese Was Reconstructed
Matthew Y. Chen
311
Flexion, dérivation et Panini
Rajendra Singh et Alan Ford
323
Hellenistic Education and the Origin of Arabic Grammar
Kees Versteegh
333
Classificatory Structuralism in Medieval Arabic Grammars: az-Zajjāji's 10th-century ‘The Sentence’
Loraine K. Obler
345
The Earliest Comparisons of Hebrew with Aramaic and Arabic
David Téné
355
VI. Supplementa
The Interdisciplinary Relevance of Folk Linguistics
Ranko Bugarski
381
The Concept of ‘Scientific’ in the Development of the Language Sciences
Roger Van de Velde
395
Postscript
Robert H. Robins
403
Index Nominum
407
Index Rerum
417
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BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
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