Monthly Archives: August 2015

John Stoddart’s The Philosophy of Language: the “last truly universalist work”

Joseph L. Subbiondo California Institute of Integral Studies Introduction Sir John Stoddart (1773-1856) served as England’s advocate in Malta from 1803-1807, editor of The Times from 1814 to 1816, founder and editor of The New Times from 1816 to 1826,

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Posted in 18th century, 19th century, History, Philosophy

Esperanto: some observations of a speaker-linguist

Ken Miner University of Kansas (emer.) Esperantism is one of those many small worlds that have more substance to them than outsiders think but less than most insiders think. The twain rarely meet. Much linguistic attention to Esperanto, including almost all

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Posted in Constructed languages, Linguistics