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Language in the Mind An Introduction to Guillaume's Theory by Walter Hirtle

Language in the Mind An Introduction to Guillaume's Theory


Language in the Mind An Introduction to Guillaume's Theory by Walter Hirtle

The first English introduction to Gustave Guillaume's theory of language as a mental phenomenon


This English introduction to psychomechanics finally makes Guillaume's theory accessible to a much broader audience. The examples and insightful analyses show exactly why linguists would benefit from taking the time to learn about Guillaume's theory. Richard Epstein, Rutgers University

About the Author

Walter Hirtle is professeur associe, Laval University, and the author of several books, including Number and Inner Space.

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Publication date

13th August 2007


Walter Hirtle

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McGill-Queen's University Press


288 pages


Semantics, discourse analysis, etc



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