Four Lectures on Algebraic Linguistics and Machine Translation †

@inproceedings{BarHillel2011FourLO,
  title={Four Lectures on Algebraic Linguistics and Machine Translation †},
  author={Yehoshua Bar-Hillel},
  year={2011}
}
LINGUISTICS, as every other empirical science, is a complex mixture of theory and observation. The precise nature of this mixture is still not too well understood, and in this respect the difference between linguistics and, say, physics is probably at most one of degree. This lack of methodological insight has often led to futile disputes between linguists and other scientists dealing with language, such as psychologists, logicians, or communication theoreticians, as well as among linguists… CONTINUE READING

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