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" Thus we feel it is possible, and arguably proper, for a linguist (qua linguist) to ignore matters of psychology. "
A Computational Phonology of Russian - Page 17
by Peter Chew - 2003 - 424 pages
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Sprachliche Strukturentwicklung: linguistische und kognitionspsychologische ...

Rosemarie Tracy - German language - 1991 - 454 pages
...Linguistik ihre Versprechen an die Sprachpsychologie bisher nicht eingelöst hat, vgl. das folgende Zitat: Thus we feel it is possible, and arguably proper,...linguist (qua linguist) to ignore matters of psychology. ... it seems to us that virtually all the work needed to redeem the promissory notes linguistics has...
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Perspectives on Pedagogical Grammar

Terence Odlin - Foreign Language Study - 1994 - 340 pages
...Here again, not all generative grammarians concur with Chomsky, as seen in the following observation: We feel it is possible, and arguably proper, for a...linguist (qua linguist) to ignore matters of psychology ... it seems to us that virtually all the work needed to redeem the promissory notes linguistics has...
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Noam Chomsky: Critical Assessments, Volume 1; Volume 4

Carlos Peregrín Otero - Linguistics - 1994 - 923 pages
...structure of the mind. No prudent psychologist would argue with Gazdar et al. (1985) when they say that 'it is possible, and arguably proper, for a linguist (qua linguist) to ignore matters of psychology'.1 Surely, the nature of linguistics and linguistic theories are questions for linguists...
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Language and Meaning: The Structural Creation of Reality

Christopher Beedham - Language Arts & Disciplines - 2005 - 225 pages
...natural language. Nor is it a biological theory of the structure of an as-yet-unidentified mental organ. Thus we feel it is possible, and arguably proper,...linguist (qua linguist) to ignore matters of psychology. . . . The most useful course of action ... is probably not to engage in further programmatic posturing...
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