Review of: Linguistics and the formal sciences: The origins of generative grammar, by Marcus Tomalin

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Iwanov, Iwo
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2011-003
Date:
2011
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SIL International
Part Of Series:
SIL Electronic Book Reviews 2011-003
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1 page
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Published
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Zellig Harris
Vienna Circle
Transformational Generative Grammar
The Structure of Appearance
The Logical Structure of Linguistic Theory
syntactic theory
syntactic research
simplicity measure
simplicity criteria
recursive function theory
Principia Mathematica
primitive recursive functions
phrase structure component
Noam Chomsky
Nelson Goodman
natural language analysis
logical syntax
logical epistemology
linguistic historiographers
Leonard Bloomfield
Junior Fellowship
Hilbertian Formalism
grammatical simplicity
general recursive functions
foundations crisis
extralogical primitives
Copenhagen Circle
contemporary generative grammar
constructive nominalism
constructional system theory
constructional systems
computability theory
competing grammars
Categorial Grammar
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Review of: Linguistics and the formal sciences: The origins of generative grammar, by Marcus Tomalin
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48846