Taken from the work of late-19th/early-20th century anthropological linguist Edward Sapir, this is a fascinating comprehensive introduction to the field of linguistics.
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…Dramatic linguistic change has left us at the beginning of a new era in the evolution of human language, with repercussions for many individual languages.
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Table of contents
2. The Vienna Circle
3. Falsification and Scientific Method
5. Ordinary Language Philosophy
6. Speech Acts and Implicatures
7. Oslo Philosophy