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2006 | 14 | 13-17
Article title

Prawo negacji negacji w dziejach refleksji nad językiem naturalnym

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EN
The law of double negation in the history of the research on natural languages
Languages of publication
PL
Abstracts
PL
The paper deals with the philosophical assumptions of linguistic theories. It is concerned with three paradigms of linguistic thought (generativist, structuralist, and historical-comparative). Its main thesis is a proposal to treat the psychological approach assumed by generativists as a peculiar dialectical transformation of the psychological assumptions of the historical-comparative linguistics. 
EN
The paper deals with the philosophical assumptions of linguistic theories. It is concerned with three paradigms of linguistic thought (generativist, structuralist, and historical-comparative). Its main thesis is a proposal to treat the psychological approach assumed by generativists as a peculiar dialectical transformation of the psychological assumptions of the historical-comparative linguistics.
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Year
Volume
14
Pages
13-17
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Dates
published
2007-06-16
Contributors
  • Department of Applied Logic, Adam Mickiewicz University
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bwmeta1.element.ojs-doi-10_14746_il_2006_14_3
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