and the careful defining of the questions will lead to finding those pieces. In 1940s and 1950s the structural, or descriptive schools of linguistics, with its advocates - Leonard Bloomfield, Edward Sapir, Charles Hockett, Charles Fries, and others - prided itself in a rigorous application of the scientific principle of observation of human languages. In all but the last section there are two papers, each of which is responded to by two commentators, with ensuing discussion also being summarised. Little attention is paid to the content of texts, which are treated as exercise in grammatical analysis. Consider the following definitons of language found in dictionaries nad introductory textbooks: Language is a system of arbitrary, vocal symbols which permit all people in a given culture, or other people who have learned the system of that culture, to communicate or interact (.
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