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2009 | 60 | 1 | 3-12
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Reálne vz. ideálne a spisovný jazyk

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Realness vs. Idealness and the Standard Language
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The presented paper is an attempt to reconstruct the inception and the function of the dialectic opposition between the categories idealness and realness in regard to the standard language. The author answers the question how a linguist could attain to the point that he infers the axiological ideal of the standard language from the epistemological ideal of this language. There is a fundamental problem, at the approach to the cultivation of this language, whether the linguist submits the epistemological idealness to the axiological one. From the different interpretation of the relation between these two categories two strategies of the cultivation of the standard language have appeared.
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60
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1
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3-12
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bwmeta1.element.cejsh-article-doi-10-2478-v10113-009-0001-3
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