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London: Bloomsbury. John Benjamins Publishing. Ideas about Language. Edited by J. Before his work, linguistics had had been dominated by a historical, though also partly structural, understanding of language, but now, Saussure introduced and determined the purpose and meaning of linguistics, the universal science of language. With Sausurre, linguistics now became, not only the study of the history of languages and of the influences that determine the development of it, but also, and primarily, the study of language and the study of the manifestations of human speech, of what makes human speech possible.
Thus, there is no doubt as to the monumental impact of this groundbreaking work, and almost all language theoreticians ever since have been deeply influenced by it. In Europe, the Prague School with e. Roman Jakobson and the Copenhagen School with e. Louis Hjelmslev, and in America, Leonard Bloomfield and his followers later Noam Chomsky , were all influenced by Saussure's theories and based their formings of structural linguistics on his basic notions. More information about this seller Contact this seller 5.
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Results 1 - 7 of 7. United Kingdom. Of course I could not have written this book in total isolation. I owe much to the knowledge, suggestions and critique of many dear friends and colleagues. The first I must mention is my old friend Pim Levelt, who corrected me on many points and let me benefit from his vast knowledge of psychology and its history. Without his input, this book would have contained many more errors and omissions than it does now. Special thanks are due also to a referee who pointed out weaknesses in the original manuscript and suggested improvements, which I have gratefully incorporated.
Last, but certainly not least, I must thank the excellent library staff of the Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics at Nijmegen, who indefatigably provided me with the articles and books I never stopped asking for. As a matter of minor importance I should mention that throughout the book, unless specified otherwise, all English translations of terms and quotes from other languages are mine.
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In some cases I have added the original text, or part of it, either because it has acquired fame in the original or because its complexity or controversiality may make readers wish to see the source text. Giving the original alongside the translation in all cases would have taken up too much space, as the number of quotes is very considerable. Where the original text is not given, I simply ask the reader to trust me.