A Leonard Bloomfield Anthology

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University of Chicago Press, 27.07.1987 - 314 Seiten
In the centenary year of Leonard Bloomfield's birth, this abridgment makes available a representative selection of the writings of this central figure in the history of linguistics.

"Hockett has achieved his purpose—to reveal Bloomfield's way of working, the general principles that guided his work, and last, but by no means least, to indicate how Bloomfield's interests and attitudes changed with the passing years."—Harry Hoijer, Language

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III
1
IV
20
V
24
VI
28
VII
33
VIII
38
IX
47
X
55
XXVI
159
XXVII
162
XXVIII
174
XXIX
179
XXX
187
XXXI
205
XXXII
220
XXXIII
227

XI
59
XII
63
XIII
66
XIV
70
XV
81
XVI
84
XVII
94
XVIII
103
XIX
110
XX
128
XXI
134
XXII
136
XXIII
141
XXIV
149
XXV
153
XXXIV
231
XXXV
239
XXXVI
243
XXXVII
255
XXXVIII
267
XXXIX
271
XL
277
XLI
279
XLII
281
XLIII
284
XLIV
297
XLV
310
XLVI
311
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Über den Autor (1987)

Leonard Bloomfield (1887-1949) was professor of linguistics at the University of Chicago and Yale University and the author of Language. Charles Hockett is the Goldwin Smith Professor Emeritus of Linguistics and Anthropology at Cornell University.

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