Kennen Sie schon … Blog & Podcast „History and Philosophy of the Language Sciences“?

This blog is devot­ed to explor­ing and pro­mot­ing the great diver­si­ty that exists in the study of lan­guage, in the past and today. Each blog post seeks to intro­duce a top­ic, idea or approach in lan­guage study — his­tor­i­cal, cur­rent or com­plete­ly new — with an invi­ta­tion to all read­ers to engage in dis­cus­sion in the com­ments. Every­one is wel­come to con­tribute, regard­less of aca­d­e­m­ic stand­ing, although there is an expec­ta­tion that all con­tri­bu­tions will be well informed. Con­tro­ver­sial or uncon­ven­tion­al views are not dis­crim­i­nat­ed against, but polem­i­cal atti­tudes are dis­cour­aged. We want to main­tain a schol­ar­ly atmos­phere marked by rea­soned argu­ment, evi­dence and tol­er­ance, and free of sim­ple opin­ion-trad­ing.

If you would like to write a post for the blog, please get in touch with a one-para­graph descrip­tion. All posts are infor­mal­ly reviewed before they are pub­lished, but always with the blog’s goal of pro­mot­ing diver­si­ty of opin­ion and approach in mind.

Dazu gibt es auch eine Pod­cast-Rei­he.
James McEl­ven­ny (Uni Siegen), ein­er der Her­aus­ge­ber des Blogs, ist auch für die gle­ich­namige Buchrei­he in der Lan­guage Sci­ence Press ver­ant­wortlich.

Das Blog ist auch auf Twit­ter und auf Face­book vertreten.

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