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1. Bernhardi und Destutt de Tracy
"In Bernhardi's Sprachlehre (1801-1803) and Destutt's Idéologie (1801-1815) two completely different concepts are expressed as to what language is and what it is meant to be. On the one hand, Bernhardi sees an ideal language, in the idealistic tradition with strong Romantic influences, as the subjective expression of the individual. On the other hand, Destutt de Tracy, in the sensualist tradition, is concerned with an ideal language that is the representation of a rationally organized external world (nature). Despite many common essential features and starting points (principle of imitation, logical structure of reason, universal grammar) both of them - not least because of political circumstances - come to very different, even conflicting judgements. Thus, for Destutt de Tracy poetry and the use of metaphor in rhetoric become a danger to reason and hence the epitome of danger to human happiness. On the other hand, Bernhardi's ideal language is expressed in the Periode, i.e. in a matur [Information des Anbieters]   [mehr...]
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2. De la grammaire générale à l'étude comparée des langues: langage et langues à Berlin entre August Ferdinand Bernhardi et Wilhelm von Humboldt
"How was it possible to move from a general perspective, envisaging a universal model that took into account the grammar of every language, to the serious and methodical study of language diversity? The year in which Bernhardi died prematurely, on June 19th 1820, Wilhelm von Humboldt presented his programme of comparative linguistic studies, his 'Vergleichendes Sprachstudium'. This work contains a theory of language diversity, and seems to make a clean break with the universal paradigm illustrated by Bernhardi. But then, the status that both Bernhardi and Humboldt give to interlocution runs deep into the heart of their thinking about language and creates a continuity between them. In my paper, evidence of the indispensable character of philosophical grammar for Humboldt's project is revealed not in order to declare the latter obsolete but, on the contrary, to underline the benefits that all his empirical inquiries were able to draw from it both with regard to their method and their ref [Information des Anbieters]   [mehr...]
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