Linguistics as a System of Distinct Types of Ontology-Cum-Methodology

@inproceedings{Itkonen2002LinguisticsAA,
  title={Linguistics as a System of Distinct Types of Ontology-Cum-Methodology},
  author={E. Itkonen},
  year={2002}
}
  • E. Itkonen, E. Itkonen
  • Published 2002
  • Philosophy
  • So far, there is practically no genuine philosophy of linguistics, in spite of the fact that the corresponding term exists. Those who presumably practice philosophy of linguistics do not consider linguistics as it really is, i.e. a system consisting of several subdisciplines each of which has its own ontology-cum-methodology. Instead, they concentrate on a couple of questions (like ‘What is language?’ or ‘Is language innate?’) and ignore everything else. 
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