Ideology and Linguistic Theory: Noam Chomsky and the Deep Structure Debates
Routledge, Oct 11, 2013 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 200 pages
In The Ideological Structure of Linguistic Theory Geoffrey J. Huck and John A. Goldsmith provide a revisionist account of the development of ideas about semantics in modern theories of language, focusing particularly on Chomsky's very public rift with the Generative Semanticists about the concept of Deep Structure.
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