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Locul limbii literare în doctrina lui Alexandru Philippide

Publication: Philologica Jassyensia, V (1), p. 17-25
Publisher:Institutul de Filologie Română „A. Philippide”
Abstract:A. Philippide deals with the question of standard languages theoretically, but also on the basis of the reality in which he was deeply involved: the regulation of the Romanian language. He used the expression common language (from the German Gemeinsprache), to which he later added the syntagms cultivated language and literary language to express some other nuances. The great linguist described how the human mind acts in the relation language-speaking, through the conscience and will-power of well-known writers of each period, of the linguists, of the nation and its connections with the capital, to create the standard language. Some of his ideas were continued by some of his disciples. His entire conception was thoroughly and objectively analysed by G. Ivănescu, who had the strength to create a synthesis between his mentor’s conception and the ideas of the idealist school, building his own theory, based on the dichotomy linguistics of standard languages – linguistics of dialects.
Key words:linguistic consciousness, linguistic will-power, language, speaking, standard language
Language: Romanian

Citations to this publication: 0

References in this publication: 6

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