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Linguistic lapses with especial reference to the perception of linguistic sounds
Frederic Lyman Wells
|Statement||by Frederic Lyman Wells.|
|Series||Archives of philosophy, psychology and scientific methods / ed. by J.M. Battell and J.F.E. Woodbridge ;, no. 6, June 1906|
|LC Classifications||B21 .C75 vol. 14, no. 3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||110 p. :|
|Number of Pages||110|
|LC Control Number||07020747|
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This perception has come to dominate recent post-Bloomfieldian linguistic thinking once again. It is, however, better to view the two domains separately, morphology being the level that includes segmental morphemes and the way words are built out of them, and syntax being the level that includes the ways in which words and morphemic elements.
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Language is a complex adaptive system (Beckner et al. ()). As the careful analyses of syntax by construction grammarians have shown, all grammatical units from single words to various types of. Articulation of Speech Sounds (Marburg: Elwert).
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The language sounds like they did not know about a Holy Spirit, but this seems to be only linguistic shorthand for not knowing about the Spirit's presence (Luke –18). The situation is parallel to that of Apollos.
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