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Product Description: Hermann Paul's Prinzipien der Sprachgeschichte served as the most important codification and development of Neogrammarian thought for more than four decades. Four well-known linguists have translated specially selected chapters of the Prinzipien into English and provide their reflections on Hermann Paul's contribution on a range of topics...read more
By Peter Auer (editor), David Fertig (contributor), Paul J. Hopper (contributor) and Robert W. Murray (editor)

Hardcover:

9783110347470 | Walter De Gruyter Inc, July 30, 2015, cover price $140.00 | About this edition: Hermann Paul's Prinzipien der Sprachgeschichte served as the most important codification and development of Neogrammarian thought for more than four decades.

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Product Description: How do learners and speakers make sense of their language and make their language make sense? Is it dived or dove? Dwarfs or dwarves? If the best students aced the test, did the pretty good students beece it? You've probably often pondered such questions yourself, but did you know that similar questions have inspired some of the most important advances in our understanding not only of how languages change but also of how children acquire grammar and how the human mind works? This book is designed to help readers make sense of morphological change and, more generally, of the concept of analogy and its role in language and in human cognition...read more

Hardcover:

9780748646227 | Edinburgh Univ Pr, August 1, 2013, cover price $120.00 | About this edition: How do learners and speakers make sense of their language and make their language make sense?

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9780748646210 | Edinburgh Univ Pr, August 1, 2013, cover price $39.95 | About this edition: How do learners and speakers make sense of their language and make their language make sense?

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