Papers in the History of Linguistics

Proceedings of the Third International Conference on the History of the Language Sciences (ICHoLS III), Princeton, 19–23 August 1984

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This volume presents a selection of – slightly revised versions – of papers from the third International Conference on the History of the Language Sciences (ICHoLS III), Princeton, 1984. The papers are organized under the following headings: I Generalia; II Classical Period; III Medieval Period; IV Renaissance; V 17th Century; VI 18th Century; VII 19th Century, and VIII 20th Century.

Contributors include W. Keith Percival, Aron Dotan, Michael G. Carter, Kees Versteegh, Brian Ó Cuív, Francis P. Dinneen, Manuel Breva-Claramonte, Douglas A. Kibbee, Joseph L. Subbiondo, Rüdiger Schreyer, Marc Wilmet, Robert H. Robins, Jean Rousseau, Ramón Sarmiento, Edward Stankiewicz, Irmengard Rauch, Talbot J. Taylor, Julie Andresen, and many others.

[Studies in the History of the Language Sciences, 38]  1987.  xxvi, 680 pp.
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Table of Contents
Foreword
ix
Conference Program
xi
List of Participants
xix
I. Generalia
Stolen Paradigms: Stammbaum to Black Box
Charles Gilman
3
On the Problem of ‘Influence’ in Linguistic Historiography
E.F.K. Koerner
13
Linguistics and Economics
Stephen Muecke
29
II. Classical Period
Pāṇini, Language Theories and the Dialectics of Grammar
Jayant K. Lele and Rajendra Singh
43
Aristotelian Categorial Theory Viewed as a Theory of Componential Semantics
William E. McMahon
53
On Priscian's Syntactic Theory: The medieval perspective
W. Keith Percival
65
III. Medieval Period
From the Beginning of Medieval Hebrew-Arabic Lexicography
Aron Dotan
77
When Did the Word naḥw Come to Denote Grammar? (Abstract)
Michael G. Carter
85
Marginality in the Arab Grammatical Tradition
Kees Versteegh
87
A Medieval Arab Theory of Language Acquisition
Muhammad H. Ibrahim
97
The Observations of Medieval Irish Scholars on Sandhi Phenomena in Irish
Brian ó Cuív
107
Supposition in Petrus Hispanus' Summulae Logicales
Francis P. Dinneen, S.J.
117
Dante's notion of the vulgare illustre : a reappraisal
Angelo Mazzocco
129
Vernacular Translation and Instruction in Grammar in Fifteenth-Century England
Rita Copeland
143
IV. Renaissance
La Lexicografía española desde los principios hasta el año 1599
Hans-Josef Niederehe
157
A Re-Analysis of Juan-Luis Vives' (1492-1540) ‘Exercitatio Linguae Latinae’
Manuel Breva-Claramonte
167
Bilingual Lexicography in the Renaissance: Palsgrave's English-French Lexicon (1530)
Douglas A. Kibbee
179
John Donne's Moralized Grammar: A study in Renaissance Christian Hebraica
Eugene D. Hill
189
V. Seventeenth Century
What is Mystical Language?
Thomas Willard
201
Ellipsis in Seventeenth-Century English Grammars
Robin Smith
211
Early New England Missionary Linguistics
Stephen A. Guice
223
Usage and Reason in Seventeenth-Century French Grammar: A fresh look at Vaugelas
Wendy Ayres-Bennett
233
Style and Utopia: Sprat's demand for a plain style, reconsidered
Werner Hüllen
247
John Wilkins' Theory of Articulatory Phonetics
Joseph L. Subbiondo
263
John Wilkins and the Development of a Structural Semantics
Fredric Dolezal
271
The Study of the Article in England from Wallis to Horne Tooke, 1653-1798
André Joly
283
VI. Eighteenth Century
Linguistics Meets Caliban or the Uses of Savagery in 18th-Century Theoretical History of Language
Rudiger Schreyer
301
Sémantique synonymique: Une contre-rhétorique Condillac et Diderot
J-C. Choul
315
Une ‘filière française’: La postérité de Beauzée
Marc Wilmet
327
Die Grundlegung der empirischen Sprachwissenschaft als ‘Wissenschaft am Menschen’
Joachim Gessinger
335
Language Theory, the Institution of Philology and the State: The emergence of philological discourse 1770-1810
Robert S. Leventhal
349
Wilhelm Heinse's Critique of Enlightenment Semiotics
Laurence A. Rickels
365
Language Policy of the East India Company and the Asiatic Society of Bengal
Satya S. Pachori
377
Sir William Jones and Applied Linguistics
Garland Cannon
379
Sir William Jones and Phonetic Transcription
Peter H. Salus
391
Language, Ethics and Ideology: Dugald Stewart's ‘Common Sense’ critique of empiricist historical and genetic linguistics
Patrice Bergheaud
399
VII. Nineteenth Century
Les grammaires françaises à l’usage des Néerlandophones en Belgique (de 1763 à 1925)
Annie Boone
417
Duponceau and Early Nineteenth-Century Linguistics
Robert H. Robins
435
The First Uses of the French Word ‘Linguistique’ (1812-1880)
Sylvian Auroux
447
Les trois méthodes de la comparaison chez Wilhelm von Humboldt
Jean Rousseau
461
Schematismus: Wilhelm von Humboldt und Schleiermacher
Volker Heeschen
465
Coleridge's ‘Logic’: A systematic theory of language
James C. McKusick
479
Steinthal and the Development of Linguistic Science: The convergence of psychology and linguistics
T. Craig Christy
491
Ethnic Stereotypes in Linguistics: The Case of Friedrich Max Müller (1847-51)
Joan Leopold
501
Organic Language Theory in the American Renaissance
James Perrin Warren
513
The Grammatical Philosophies of the Spanish Royal Academy (1870)
Ramon Sarmiento Gonzalez
523
Baudouin de Courtenay: Pioneer in diachronic linguistics
Edward Stankiewicz
539
VIII. Twentieth Century
Problématique du substrat et histoire de la créolistique (1879-1939)
Daniel Baggioni
553
Dependency Theory since Grimm
Hugh Maxwell
565
Peirce, Saussure, Uexküll
Irmengard Rauch
575
Historical Narrative or Scientific Discipline?: Fritz Mauthner on the limits of linguistics
Elizabeth J. Bredeck
585
Antoine Meillet et la méthode en linguistique
Pierre Swiggers
595
The Place of Charles Bally in the Lockean Tradition
Talbot J. Taylor
607
La Stylistique de Charles Bally: Une linguistique du sujet parlant
Jean-Louis Chiss
615
Trubetzkoy before Trubetzkoy
Jindřich Toman
627
Ukrainian Linguistics in Exile (1918-1984)
Jaroslav B. Rudnyćkyj
639
Historiographic Observations on a Current Issue in American Linguistics
Julie T. Andresen
647
Dual-Coding Hypotheses in Various Guises
L.G. Kelly
657
(R)REST: Chomskys Annäherung an Saussures ‘langue’ — Konzeption?
Hans Ulrich Boas
665
General Index
677
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