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" Observed use of language or hypothesized dispositions to respond, habits, and so on, may provide evidence as to the nature of this mental reality, but surely cannot constitute the actual subject matter of linguistics, if this is to be a serious discipline. "
Aspects of the Theory of Syntax - Page 4
by Noam Chomsky - 1969 - 261 pages
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The Conscience: A Structural Theory

Moshe Kroy - Conscience - 1974 - 228 pages
...is mentalistic, since it is concerned with discovering a mental reality underlying actual behavior. Observed use of language or hypothesized dispositions...this is to be a serious discipline. The distinction 1 am noting here is related to the langue parole distinction of Saussure; but it is necessary to reject...
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Theoretical Perspectives on Language Deficits

Yosef Grodzinsky - Psychology - 1990 - 192 pages
...is mentalistic, since it is concerned with discovering a mental reality underlying actual behavior. Observed use of language or hypothesized dispositions...linguistics, if this is to be a serious discipline, (p. 4) From the psychological angle, Fodor and Garrett (1966) made a very similar point: There is no...
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Narrative Comprehension: A Discourse Perspective

Catherine Emmott - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1997 - 320 pages
...is mentalistic. since it is concerned with discovering a mental reality underlying actual behaviour. Observed use of language or hypothesized dispositions...linguistics, if this is to be a serious discipline.' 12 Sinclair and Coulthard (1975: 2) say that the two schools are 'diametrically opposed'. to a wholesale...
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Perspectives on Habermas

Lewis Edwin Hahn - Philosophy - 2000 - 586 pages
...concerned with discovering a mental reality underlying actual behavior. Observed use of language. . . may provide evidence as to the nature of this mental...linguistics, if this is to be a serious discipline" (1965: 4). He goes on to relate this delineation of his object domain with Saussure's distinction between...
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Probabilistic Linguistics

Rens Bod, Jennifer Hay, Stefanie Jannedy - Language Arts & Disciplines - 2003 - 451 pages
...different from Chomsky's (1965, 4) stance that "observed use of language ... may provide evidence ... but surely cannot constitute the actual subject matter...linguistics, if this is to be a serious discipline." But there remains the question of how to interpret this datum, and here Chomsky's (1986) distinction...
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Communicative Rationality and Deliberative Democracy of Jürgen Habermas ...

Ukoro Theophilus Igwe - Religion - 2004 - 520 pages
...concerned with discovering a mental reality underlying actual behavior. Observed use of language... may provide evidence as to the nature of this mental...linguistics. if this is to be a serious discipline". CHOMSKY, N., Aspects of the Theory of Syntax, Cambridge. Mass.: MIT Press. 1965. p. 4. He goes on to...
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A Legacy for Living Systems: Gregory Bateson as Precursor to Biosemiotics

Jesper Hoffmeyer - Philosophy - 2008 - 300 pages
...[wrote Chomsky] since it is concerned with discovering a mental reality underlying actual behavior. Observed use of language or hypothesized dispositions...linguistics, if this is to be a serious discipline . . . [For] a record of natural speech will show numerous false starts, deviations from rules, changes...
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InterGrammar: Toward an Integrative Model of Verbal, Prosodic and Kinesic ...

Horst Arndt, Richard Wayne Janney - Body language - 1987 - 458 pages
...mentalistic, since it is concerned with discovering the mental reality underlying actual behavior. Observed use of language or hypothesized dispositions...on, may provide evidence as to the nature of this reality, but surely cannot constitute the actual subject matter of linguistics, if this is to be a...
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