Noam Chomsky: A Personal Bibliography, 1951-1986

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E. F. K. Koerner, Matsuji Tajima
John Benjamins Publishing, Jan 1, 1986 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 217 pages
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The impetus for producing a bibliography of Noam Chomky s output (so far) derives from a strong interest in and commitment to a historical accounting of the contribution to the field of linguistic theory and possibly other subjects, such as philosophy and political science, by a man who has dominated linguistics for more than a generation, at least in North America. This bibliography lists his writings in linguistics and related fields, his writings on political issues and other non-linguistic subjects, and interview and discussions with Noam Chomsky.
 

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Contents

WRITINGS IN LINGUISTICS
79
WRITINGS ON POLITICAL ISSUES AND OTHER NONLINGUISTIC SUBJECTS
89
WRITINGS ON POLITICAL ISSUES
157
INTERVIEWS AND DISCUSSIONS WITH NOAM CHOMSKY
165
ADDENDA TO PART III
178
SPACE FOR FURTHER ADDENDA TO ALL PARTS OF THE BIBLIOGRAPHY
179
APPENDIX DISSERTATIONS WRITTE N UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF NOAM CHOMSKY 19641986
181
NOTES
192
DISSERTATIONS WRITTEN UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF NOAM CHOMSKY 19641986
195
INDEXOF NAMES
205
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