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Linguistica evolutionaria est scientifica originum et evolutionis linguae et evolutionis culturalis linguarum investigatio.[1] Praecipua quaestio in hac investigatione est inopia datorum empiricorum, quia sermo dictus vestigia corporis vix relinquit. Itaque quaestio plus quam centum annos neglecta est. Ex decennio 199 exeunte, campus per progressum in psycholinguistica, neurolinguistica, anthropologia evolutionaria, psychologia evolutionaria, et scientia cognitiva, campis cognatis factum redintegratus est.

HistoriaRecensere

Augustus Schleicher (1821–1868) et sua Stammbaumtheorie pro initio linguisticae evolutionariae saepe citantur.[2] Schleicher, a scientiis naturalibus, praecipue biologia, motus, fuit primus qui linguas cum speciebus se evolventibus comparavit,[3] cum repraesentationem introduceret familiarum linguarum ut arbor evolutionaria in commentariis anno 1853 prolatis. Iosephus Jastrow gesturalis evolutionis linguae doctrinam in volumine septimo periodici Science 1886 protulit.[4] Haec doctrina uberrima in linguistica comparativa fuit, sed maiorem originis linguae quaestionem—inopia indiciorum fossilium—non explicavit. Quaestio originis linguae quia responderi non potuit relicta est. Societas Linguistica Lutetiae anno 1866 additos commentarios de hac re celeberrime prohibuit.

Quaestio iterum apparuit anno 1988 in indice Linguistic Bibliography, ut subcampus psycholinguisticae. Stephanus Pinker et Paulus Bloom commentarium "Natural Language & Natural Selection"[5] anno 1990 protulerunt, qui aditum per adaptationem originum linguae ponit. Quorum commentarius studium linguisticae evolutionariae redintegravisse saepe putatur. Hic progressus porro ab institutione (anno 1996) seriei conventuum de evolutione linguae (vulgo "Evolang" appellata) confirmatus est, modum scientificum et multidisciplinarium rei investigatae exspectationemque domuum editorialium academicarum promovens; exempli gratia, series Studies in the Evolution of Language ab Oxford University Press ex 2001 profertur.[6] et periodicis scientificis.

Conventus EvolangRecensere

Conventus internationales de evolutione linguae[7] ex 1996 per biennia habiti sunt.

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NotaeRecensere

  1. William Croft, "Evolutionary Linguistics," Annual Review of Anthropology 37(2008):219–234. DOI 10.1146/annurev.anthro.37.081407.085156.
  2. August Schleicher, Darwinism tested by the science of language: Free Download (1869). Internet Archive
  3. Liba Taub, "Evolutionary Ideas and "Empirical" Methods: The Analogy Between Language and Species in the Works of Lyell and Schleicher," British Journal for the History of Science 26:171–193 (1993).
  4. J. Jastrow, "The Evolution of Language," Science 7(176S):555–557, 1886, PMID 17778380, DOI 10.1126/science.ns-7.176S.555, JSTOR 1761264.
  5. Steven Pinker et Paul Bloom, "Natural Language and Natural Selection," Behavioral and Brain Sciences 13(4) (2011): 707–727.
  6. Oxford Studies in the Evolution of Language (Oxoniae: Oxford University Press).
  7. Singula de Evolution of Language International Conferences, evolang.

BibliographiaRecensere

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  • Bickerton, Derek. 2003. Symbol and Structure: A Comprehensive Framework for Language Evolution. In Language Evolution, ed. Morten H. Christiansen et Simon Kirby, 77–93. Oxoniae et Novi Eboraci: Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780199244843. OCLC 51235137.
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