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Podcast episode 1: Pre-history of comparative-historical linguistics

Monument to Sir William Jones, St Paul's Cathedral, London

The first series of the History and Philosophy of the Language Sciences Podcast looks at the history of modern linguistics. We begin in this episode by examining the pre-history of comparative-historical grammar.

Posted in 19th century, historical linguistics, History, India, Linguistics, Philosophy, Podcast

Historical Chinese phonology as a meeting ground for the Indian, the Chinese, and the Western linguistic tradition

Lei Zhu Shanghai International Studies University The speech sound, being the most important medium between our physical body and linguistic mind, is one of human beings’ oldest objects of study. In different cultures, it has been understood in different ways,

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Posted in Article, China, Europe, History, India, Linguistics, Phonology

Analyses du fonctionnement sĂ©mantico-rĂ©fĂ©rentiel du nom propre dans l’Inde ancienne

Émilie Aussant Laboratoire d’histoire des thĂ©ories linguistiques (CNRS) – UniversitĂ© Paris Diderot Introduction La question du « sens » des noms propres a suscitĂ©, aussi bien en Occident qu’en Inde, de nombreuses rĂ©flexions. Si les dĂ©bats ont longtemps concernĂ©, en Occident, la

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Posted in Article, History, India, Linguistics, Semantics

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