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" through which language is settled and unsettled combines in one the two opposite elements of necessity and free will. Though the individual seems to be the prime agent in producing new words and new grammatical forms, he is so only after his individuality... "
Max Müller and the Science of Language: A Criticism - Sivu 20
tekijä(t) William Dwight Whitney - 1892 - 79 sivua
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The Knickerbocker: Or, New-York Monthly Magazine, Nide 60

Charles Fenno Hoffman, Timothy Flint, Lewis Gaylord Clark, Kinahan Cornwallis, John Holmes Agnew - 1862
...merely ' historical ' one, following in the wake of ' culture.' ' Though the individual seems to be the prime agent in producing new words and new grammatical...of the family, tribe or nation to which he belongs. The results apparently produced by the individual, depend on laws beyond his control, and on the cooperation...

Lectures on the Science of Language: Delivered at the Royal ..., Nide 1

Friedrich Max Müller - 1862
...combines in one the two opposite elements of necessity and free will. Though the individual seems to be the prime agent in producing new words and new grammatical...the family, tribe, or nation to which he belongs. He can do nothing by himself, and the first impulse to a new formation in language, though given by...

Lectures on the Science of Language: Delivered at the Royal Institution of ...

Friedrich Max Müller - 1862 - 416 sivua
...combines in one the two opposite elements of necessity and free will. Though the individual seems to be the prime agent in producing new words and new grammatical forms, he is BO only after his individuality has been merged in the common action of the family, tribe or nation...

Essays chiefly on the science of language

Friedrich Max Müller - 1875
...combines in one the two opposite elements of necessity and free will. Though the individual seems to be the prime agent in producing new words and new grammatical...the family, tribe, or nation to which he belongs. He can do nothing by himself, and the first impulse to a new formation in language, though given by...

The Contemporary Review, Nide 25

1875
...combines in one the two opposite elements of necessity and free will. Though the individual seems to be the prime agent in producing new words and new grammatical...the family, tribe, or nation to which he belongs. He can do nothing by himself, and the first impulse to a new formation in language, though given by...

Chips from a German Workshop, Nide 4

1875
...combines in one the two opposite elements of necessity and free will. Though the individual seems to be the prime agent in producing new words and new grammatical forms, he is BO only after his individuality has been merged in the common action of the family, tribe, or nation...

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

Friedrich Max Müller - 1876
...combines in one the two opposite elements of necessity and free will. Though the individual seems to be the prime agent in producing new words and new grammatical...the family, tribe, or nation to which he belongs. He can do nothing by himself, and the first impulse to a new formation in language, though given by...

An Essay on the Growth of Law

Morris M. Cohn - 1882 - 181 sivua
...combines in one the two opposite elements of necessity and free will. Though the individual seems to be the prime agent in producing new words and new grammatical...of the family, tribe or nation to which he belongs. He can do nothing by himself, and the first impulse to a new formation in language, though given by...

The British Quarterly Review, Niteet 77–78

Henry Allon - 1883
...combines in one the two opposite elements of necessity and free will. Though the individual seems to be the prime agent in producing new words and new grammatical...the family, tribe, or nation to which he belongs. All these statements are true enough, but they do not afford any reason for classing the science of...

The British Quarterly Review, Nide 77

1883
...combines in one the two opposite elements of necessity and free will. Though the individual seems to be the prime agent in producing new words and new grammatical...is so only after his individuality has been merged iu the common action of the family, tribe, or nation to which he belongs. All these statements are...




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