John Wilkins and 17th-Century British Linguistics

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In this reader, 19 articles have been collected that bring out the central position of John Wilkins and his Essay Toward a Real Character, and a Philosophical Language (1668) in the history of ideas in 17th-century Britain.
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Table of Contents
Acknowledgements
Editor's Introduction
XIII
I. John Wilkins (1614-1672)
John Wilkins
Hans Aarsleff
3
II. Wilkins and the 17th-century Reconciliation of Science, Religion, and Language
John Wilkins' Essay Toward a Real Character : Its place in the seventeenth century episteme
Sidonie Clauss
45
Dr. Wilkins and the Royal Society
Dorothy Stimson
69
The Ross-Wilkins Controversy
Grant McColley
95
John Wilkins and the Royal Society's Reform of Prose Style
Francis Christensen
133
III. The Sources of Wilkins' Philosophical Language
Comenius and the Real Character in England
Benjamin DeMott
155
The Sources and Development of John Wilkins' Philosophical Language
Benjamin DeMott
169
On the Sources of John Wilkins' Philosophical Language
Otto Funke
183
Language Universals and 17th-Century Universal Schemes
David Cram
191
IV. Theory and Practice in Wilkins' Philosophical Language
'Philosophical' Grammar in Wilkins' Essay
Vivian Salmon
207
On the Project of a Universal Character
Jonathan Cohen
237
The Real Character of Bishop Wilkins
Edward Neville da Costa Andrade
253
Wilkin's Natural Grammar: The verb phrase
Thomas Frank
263
V. Wilkins' Classification of Reality
John Wilkins and Noah's Ark
Clark Emery
279
John Wilkins' Linguistic Views
Sergey Semenovich Linsky
285
John Wilkins' Theory of Meaning and the Development of a Semantic Model
Joseph L. Subbiondo
291
John Wilkins' and William Lloyd's Alphabetical Dictionary (1668): Towards a comprehensive, and systematically defined, lexicon
Fredric Dolezal
309
The Significance of John Wilkins in the History of Bibliographical Classification
B.C. Vickery
329
VI. Wilkins' Legacy
John Wilkins' Essay (1668): Critics and continuators
Vivian Salmon
349
Select Biography
A. Writings by John Wilkins
365
B. Secondary Sources
366
Index of Biographical Names
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