The History of Language

@article{FischerTheHO,
  title={The History of Language},
  author={S. Fischer},
  journal={Nature},
  volume={62},
  pages={195-195}
}
THERE are few living scholars who are so well qualified as Dr. Sweet to write a thoroughly comprehensive introduction to the science of language. He is, as is well known, one of the foremost European authorities on phonetics; but at the same time he is a profound and original thinker on those psychological aspects of linguistic science in which few phoneticians take any interest. And while possessing a competent knowledge of Indogermanic comparative philology in its latest developments, he is… Expand
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117 transformational generative grammar see generative grammar Turkish 61
    Afrikaans 125
      Alighieri see Dante alphabet 87
        Altaic languages 69
          Austronesian languages 62
            Capell (see note 19)
              Caucasian languages 69-70
                Celtic languages 62
                  Chadic 66 change
                    Euskara see Basque evolution 11
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