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Driven by a desire to create a new basis for the study of language, a heterogeneous group of Czech, Russian, Ukrainian and German scholars who found themselves in Prague in the mid-1920s launched the profoundly influential Prague Linguistic Circle. This book examines the historical factors that produced the Circle, the basic tenets that it promulgated, and, the social and Driven by a desire to create a new basis for the study of language, a heterogeneous group of Czech, Russian, Ukrainian and German scholars who found themselves in Prague in the mid-1920s launched the profoundly influential Prague Linguistic Circle. This book examines the historical factors that produced the Circle, the basic tenets that it promulgated, and, the social and cultural environment in which the Circle flourished. The study can also be read as an interlocked series of intellectual biographies of the major figures who gave the Prague Circle its direction.


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Driven by a desire to create a new basis for the study of language, a heterogeneous group of Czech, Russian, Ukrainian and German scholars who found themselves in Prague in the mid-1920s launched the profoundly influential Prague Linguistic Circle. This book examines the historical factors that produced the Circle, the basic tenets that it promulgated, and, the social and Driven by a desire to create a new basis for the study of language, a heterogeneous group of Czech, Russian, Ukrainian and German scholars who found themselves in Prague in the mid-1920s launched the profoundly influential Prague Linguistic Circle. This book examines the historical factors that produced the Circle, the basic tenets that it promulgated, and, the social and cultural environment in which the Circle flourished. The study can also be read as an interlocked series of intellectual biographies of the major figures who gave the Prague Circle its direction.

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