The History of Linguistics in Spain

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This selection of papers is concerned with the history of linguistics in Spain, dealing with the evolution of linguistic ideas from the Middle Ages and the European context of the linguistic debates in Spain to the 20th century, concluding with Malkiel's appraisal of Ramón Menéndez Pidal (1869–1968). The volume includes papers on Antonio Nebrija and Sanctius, probably the best-known grammarians of the Iberian peninsula, but – as the other papers suggest – there is much more to be known about the Spanish linguistic traditions.

The papers in this volume were previously published in Historiographia Linguistica XI:1/2 (1984).

[Studies in the History of the Language Sciences, 34]  1986.  viii, 360 pp.
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Table of Contents
Foreword
vii
El ‘Prosodion’ de Juan Gil de Zamora: Tradición y novedad
Luis Alonso
1
The Reception of Hebrew in Sixteenth-Century Europe: The Impact of the Cabbala
W. Keith Percival
21
Das ‘Universal Vocabulario’ des Alfonso Fernández de Palencia (1490) und seine Quelle
Hans-Josef Niederehe
39
A propos des ‘Circunloquios’ du verbe Castillan chez Nebrija: Le ‘nombre participal infinito’
Francis Tollis
55
Norma, uso u autoridad en la teoría lingüistica española del siglo XVI
José María Pozuelo Yvancos
77
Sprachwandel und Etymologie in der spanischen Sprachwissenschaft des Siglo de oro
Werner Bahner
95
The Semiotic Aspects of Sanctius' Minerva
Manuel Breva-Claramonte
117
La dimensión imperial del español en la obra de Aldrete: sobre la aparición del español de América en la lingüística hispánica
Guillermo L. Guitarte
129
La alfabetización de la lengue nahuatl
Elena Díaz Rubio and Jesús Bustamante García
189
José Celestino Mutis (1732-1808) and the Report on American Languages Ordered by Charles III of Spain for Catherine the Great of Russia
Consuelo Larrucea de Tovar
213
The Grammatical Doctrine of the Real Academia Española (1854)
Ramon Sarmiento Gonzalez
231
Conocimiento, lenguaje y gramatica en la obra de Andrés Bello (1781-1865)
Hernán Urrutia
263
Pasado y presente del ‘Diccionario de la construcción regimen de la lengue castellana’
José-Alvaro Porto Dapena
287
Ramón Menéndez Phidal as Etymologist
Yakov Malkiel
325
Index Nominum
349
Index Rerum
357
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2008. Josefa Dorta, Cristobal Corrales & Dolores Corbella (Eds.). Historiografía de la lingüística en el ámbito hispánico: Fundamentos epistemológicos y metodológicos (Madrid, 2007). Historiographia Linguistica 35:3  pp. 417 ff. Crossref logo
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Zamora Munné, Juan C.
1993.  Tres biografias lingüisticas en torno a Cuenca . Vol.III: Lorenzo Hervâs y Panduro: Un cientifico a caballo entre dos mundos. By Julio Calvo Pérez. Historiographia Linguistica 20:2-3  pp. 477 ff. Crossref logo
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  86017314