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" Languages are natural organisms, which, without being determinable by the will of man, arose, grew, and developed themselves, in accordance with fixed laws, and then again grow old and die out ; to them, too, belongs that succession of phenomena which... "
Max Müller and the Science of Language: A Criticism - Sivu 26
tekijä(t) William Dwight Whitney - 1892 - 79 sivua
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Transactions of the American Philological Association, Niteet 1–5

1871
...bold enough, to assume. His fundamental view of language he lays down in these terms (pp. 6, 7) : " Languages are natural organisms, which, without being determinable by the will of man, arose, grew, and developed themselves, in accordance with fixed laws, and then again grow old and die...

Essays chiefly on the science of language with index to vols 3 and 4

Friedrich Max Müller - 1876
...who called languages natural organisms, which, without being determinable by the will of man, arose, grew, and developed themselves, in accordance with fixed laws, and then again grow old and die out ; who ascribed to language that succession of phenomena which is wont to be termed life, and who accordingly...

The Monist, Nide 2

Paul Carus - 1892
...Subjects." Schleicher says : " Languages are natural organisms which, without being de" terminable by the will of man, grew and developed themselves in accordance with " fixed laws. . . . Its method is on the whole and in general the same with that of " the other natural sciences."...

Saussure: Signs, System and Arbitrariness

David Holdcroft - 1991 - 180 sivua
...the same developmental stages, in the same way as plants belonging to the same species do: ' . . . languages are natural organisms, which without being...determinable by the will of man, grew and developed in accordance with fixed laws' (Schleicher 1869, 21). Such a view was, Saussure thought, incredible....
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