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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Malkiel, Yakov, 1914-1998.
From particular to general linguistics.
Amsterdam ; Philadelphia : John Benjamins Pub., 1983
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
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|Notes:||Errata slip inserted.|
|Reproduction Notes:||Electronic reproduction. [S.l.] : HathiTrust Digital Library, 2010. MiAaHDL|
|Description:||1 online resource (xxii, 659 pages).|
|Details:||Master and use copy. Digital master created according to Benchmark for Faithful Digital Reproductions of Monographs and Serials, Version 1. Digital Library Federation, December 2002.|
|Contents:||1. Author's acknowledgments; 2. Table of contents; 3. Guide to abbreviations; 4. From particular to general linguistics; 5. Introduction; 6. A. Genetic linguistics; 7. Linguistics as a genetic science; 8. B. History of linguistics; 9. History and histories of linguistics; 10. C. Clues as to dating; 11. Range of variation as a clue to dating; 12. D. Convergence and divergence; 13. Factors in the unity of ROMANIA; 14. E. Diffusion; 15. Lexical borrowing in the Romance languages; 16. F. Language vs. the real world; 17. Gender, sex, and size, as reflected in the Romance languages; 18. G. The social component of chance; 19. The social matrix of Paleo-Romance postverbal nouns; 20. H. Lexical independence vs. grammatical constraint; 21. Each word has a history of its own; 22. I. Multiple causation; 23. Multi-conditioned sound change and the impact of morphology on phonology; 24. Multiple versus simple causation in linguistic change; 25. The five sources of epenthetic /j/ in western Hispano-Romance: A study in multiple causation; 26. On hierarchizing the components of multiple causation; 27. J. Accentology and phonology; 28. Conflicting prosodic inferences from Ascoli's and Darmesteter's laws?; 29. Etiological studies in Romance diachronic phonology; 30. K. Affixal derivation; 31. One characteristic derivational suffix of literary Italian: -(t)aggine; 32. The double affixation in Old-French gens-es-or, bel-ez-or, old Provencal bel-az- or; 33. The rise of the nominal augments in Romance: Graeco-Latin and Tuscan clues to the prehistory of Hispano-Romance; 34. L. Etymology; 35. Primary, secondary, and tertiary etymologies: The three lexical kernels of Hispanic sana, ensanar, sanudo; 36. Etymology and modern linguistics; 37. The interlocking of etymology and historical grammar (exemplified with the analysis of Spanish desleir); 38. Contacts between BLASPHEMARE and AESTIMARE; 39. Supplement; 40. Index of names; 41. Selective index of key terms|
|Series Title:||Studies in language companion series, v. 3.|
|Other Titles:||From general to particular linguistics|
|Responsibility:||by Yakov Malkiel.|