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Edited by Mark Janse, Hella Olbertz and Sijmen Tol
Geoffrey Khan, María Ángeles Gallego and Judith Olszowy-Schlanger
The book presents a critical edition and an annotated English translation of the work on Hebrew grammar al-al-Kitb al-Kfī fī al-Luġa al-'Ibrniyya by the medieval Karaite grammarian 'Abū al-Faraj Hārūn Ibn Faraj. This was one of the most important works on Hebrew grammar that was written in the ...
Rudolf P. Botha
The evolutionary emergence of language is a field generating a rapidly expanding scientific literature. But is it really science? This book provides a systematic overview of thinking in this area.
Edited by Jaroslav Peregrin, Charles University
This book, based on a conference held in Prague in September 2001, presents a study of the theories of formal semantics of natural language. The collected papers address, from various sides, the foundational questions of the dynamic theories of meaning. It helps to understand more than just the ...
In dit boek wordt de kleurrijke geschiedenis beschreven van de Du Perrons op Java, die begint met de stamvader Jean Roch du Perron (1756/7-1806). Als 'cadet en bombardier' in dienst getreden van de VOC, eindigde hij als kapitein van de genie. Binnen enkele generaties wisten zijn nakomelingen ...
Focuses on individuals with combined physical and communication impairments, who rely at least some of the time on aided communication. This book investigates the range of research and application issues relating to AAC and literacy, from the emergent literacy stage up through adulthood use of ...
Edited by Ilias Papthanasiou and Ria De Bleser
It is now widely expected that scientific evidence and theory should be used to describe aphasia and aphasia therapy. This book provides review chapters on controversial research and clinical issues in aphasia and aphasia therapy.
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