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Grammatical Theory and Metascience: A critical investigation into the methodological and philosophical foundations of 'autonomous' linguistics
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The science of grammar is not an empirical, but a normative science, comparable to logic and philosophy, characterized by the use of the method of explication. Expand
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Analogy as structure and process
The concept of analogy is of central concern to modern cognitive scientists, whereas it has been largely neglected in linguistics in the past four decades. The goal of this thought-provoking book isExpand
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Causality in Linguistic Theory : A Critical Investigation into the Philosophical and Methodological Foundations of Non-Autonomous Linguistics
The author seeks to examine the methodological and philosophical status of non-autonomous, that is, causal linguistics.
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Universal history of linguistics
This wide-ranging book presents the linguistic achievements of four major cultures to readers presumably conversant with modern theoretical linguistics. The chapter on India discusses in detailExpand
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Philosophy of Linguistics
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The shared mind
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1. Intersubjectivity: What makes us human?
, with its oft-criticised neglect of the role of the body, phenomenal experience, social interaction and culture. Animals also have an “embodied mind”, and there are no good reasons to deny that atExpand
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The social ontology of linguistic meaning
L'A. tente de clarifier la notion de signification (linguistique) telle qu'elle est utilisee dans la linguistique cognitive actuelle. Il montre que tout ce qui est problematique dans cette notion aExpand
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Intersubjetivity: what makes us human?
, with its oft-criticised neglect of the role of the body, phenomenal experience, social interaction and culture. Animals also have an “embodied mind”, and there are no good reasons to deny that atExpand
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