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言語学が扱うのは、話されたり、書かれたり、記号であったりする、あらゆる形態の言語である。言語は人間のみに備わる特質と思われるので、言語とはいかなるものであるか、人類はいかにして言語を獲得したか、人間は言語をどのように利用するかという問題が、2000 年以上にわたって探求されてきた。言語への問いかけはつねに、人間の認知と行動についての根元的な問題を提起してきた。おそらく言語学の基本的な洞察は、まさに、言語と言語行動が高度に構造化されているということと、現代言語学の指導原理は、こうした構造の性質は広範な理論的、経験的方法論をとおした体系的研究によって解明されるということである。

 今日の言語学が扱うのは、発話の際の音波の物理的特性から、会話における話者の他人に対する意図や、会話が埋め込まれている社会的コンテクストにいたるまでの、言語の多くの異なった局面である。言語学の多様な下位区分が扱うのは、諸言語がいかに構造化されているか、諸言語は何を共通にもっているか、諸言語の間の際の範囲と限界はいかなるものであるか、諸言語はいかにして獲得され使用されるのか、またいかに変化するのか、といったことである。この意味での言語の特性に関する研究、このような探求領域に対する理論的モデルを構築すること、これらすべては言語学の標題のもとにある。

Linguistics deals with every form of language, whether spoken, written, or symbolic. Language is unique to human beings, and so answers to the questions of what is language, how did humans acquire language, and how do humans use language, have been sought for more than 2000 years. Queries into language have always raised fundamental questions about human cognition and behaviour. Perhaps the basic insight of linguistics is that language and linguistic behaviors are highly structured, and the guiding principle of modern linguistics is that the nature of these structures is clarified through systematic research using a wide range of theoretical and empirical methodologies.

 Linguistics today deals with many different aspects of language, from the physical characteristics of sound waves during speech, to the intention of a speaker towards the others parties of a speech act, to the social context in which the speech is embedded. The diverse subdivisions of linguistics deal with how languages are structured, what languages have in common, what are the scopes and limitations between languages, how languages are acquired and used, how languages change, and so forth. In this sense, these areas of research on the characteristics of language, and the construction of theoretical models to apply to these areas, are all classified under the title of linguistics.

LinguisticsThe field of linguistics deals with every form of language, whetherbe it spoken, written, or symbolic. LanguageAs language is unique to human beings, and so answers for more than 2000 years people have sought to the questions ofunderstand what language is language, how did humans acquire languageacquired it, and how do humans use language, have been sought for more than 2000 yearsit. Queries into language have always raised fundamental questions about human cognition and behaviour. Perhaps the basic insight of linguistics is that language and linguistic behaviorsbehaviours are highly structured, and the. The guiding principle of modern linguistics is that the nature of these structures iscan be clarified through systematic research using a wide range of theoretical and empirical methodologies.

 Linguistics today deals with many different aspects of language, from the physical characteristics of sound wavesproduced during speech, to the intention of a speaker towards the othersother parties of a given speech act, to the social context in which the speech act is embeddedperformed. The diverse subdivisions of linguistics deal with how languages are structured, what languages have in common, what are the scopes and limitations between languages are, how languages are acquired and used, and how languages change, and so forth. In this sense,. Both these areas of research on the characteristics of language, and the construction of theoretical models to apply to these areas, are all classified under the titlecategory of linguistics.

The field of linguistics deals with every form of language, be it spoken, written, or and symbolic language. As language is unique to human beings, for more than 2000 years people have sought to understanddelved into what language it is, how humans acquired it was acquired, and how humans use it is used. Queries These inquiries into language have always inevitably raised spurred fundamental questions about human cognition and behaviour. Perhaps the basic insight of provided by linguistics research is that language and linguistic behaviours are highly structured. The guiding principle of modern linguistics is that the nature of these These structures can be clarified through systematic research using a wide range of theoretical and empirical methodologies.

 Linguistics today deals with many different aspects of language, from the physical characteristics of sound produced during speechspeech acoustics, to the speakers’ intention intentionsof a speaker towards the other partiescounterparties of in a given speech act and, to the social context in whichof the speech act is performed. The diverse subdivisions of linguistics deal with how various languages are structured, what they languages have in common, what the their scopes and limitations between languages are, how languages they are acquired and used, and how languages they change. Both these Therefore, linguistics encompasses bothareas of research on the characteristics of language and as well as the construction of appropriate theoretical models to apply to these areas are all classified under the category of linguistics.

The field of linguistics deals with every form of language, be it spoken, written, or and symbolic language. As language is unique to human beings, for more than 2000 years people have sought to understanddelved into what language it is, how humans acquired it was acquired, and how humans use it is used. Queries These inquiries into language have always inevitably raised spurred fundamental questions about human cognition and behaviour. Perhaps the basic insight of provided by linguistics research is that language and linguistic behaviours are highly structured. The guiding principle of modern linguistics is that the nature of these These structures can be clarified through systematic research using a wide range of theoretical and empirical methodologies.

 Linguistics today deals with many different aspects of language, from the physical characteristics of sound produced during speechspeech acoustics, to the speakers’ intention intentionsof a speaker towards the other partiescounterparties of in a given speech act and, to the social context in whichof the speech act is performed. The diverse subdivisions of linguistics deal with how various languages are structured, what they languages have in common, what the their scopes and limitations between languages are, how languages they are acquired and used, and how languages they changeevolve. Both these Therefore, linguistics encompasses bothareas of research on the characteristics of language and as well as the construction of appropriate theoretical models to apply to these areas are all classified under the category of linguistics.

言語学が扱うのは、話されたり、書かれたり、記号であったりする、あらゆる形態の言語である。言語は人間のみに備わる特質と思われるので、言語とはいかなるものであるか、人類はいかにして言語を獲得したか、人間は言語をどのように利用するかという問題が、2000 年以上にわたって探求されてきた。言語への問いかけはつねに、人間の認知と行動についての根元的な問題を提起してきた。おそらく言語学の基本的な洞察は、まさに、言語と言語行動が高度に構造化されているということと、現代言語学の指導原理は、こうした構造の性質は広範な理論的、経験的方法論をとおした体系的研究によって解明されるということである。

 今日の言語学が扱うのは、発話の際の音波の物理的特性から、会話における話者の他人に対する意図や、会話が埋め込まれている社会的コンテクストにいたるまでの、言語の多くの異なった局面である。言語学の多様な下位区分が扱うのは、諸言語がいかに構造化されているか、諸言語は何を共通にもっているか、諸言語の間の際の範囲と限界はいかなるものであるか、諸言語はいかにして獲得され使用されるのか、またいかに変化するのか、といったことである。この意味での言語の特性に関する研究、このような探求領域に対する理論的モデルを構築すること、これらすべては言語学の標題のもとにある。

LinguisticsThe field of linguistics deals with every form of language, whetherbe it spoken, written, or symbolic. LanguageAs language is unique to human beings, and so answers for more than 2000 years people have sought to the questions ofunderstand what language is language, how did humans acquire languageacquired it, and how do humans use language, have been sought for more than 2000 yearsit. Queries into language have always raised fundamental questions about human cognition and behaviour. Perhaps the basic insight of linguistics is that language and linguistic behaviorsbehaviours are highly structured, and the. The guiding principle of modern linguistics is that the nature of these structures iscan be clarified through systematic research using a wide range of theoretical and empirical methodologies.

 Linguistics today deals with many different aspects of language, from the physical characteristics of sound wavesproduced during speech, to the intention of a speaker towards the othersother parties of a given speech act, to the social context in which the speech act is embeddedperformed. The diverse subdivisions of linguistics deal with how languages are structured, what languages have in common, what are the scopes and limitations between languages are, how languages are acquired and used, and how languages change, and so forth. In this sense,. Both these areas of research on the characteristics of language, and the construction of theoretical models to apply to these areas, are all classified under the titlecategory of linguistics.

LinguisticsThe field of linguistics deals with every form of language, whetherbe it spoken, written, or symbolic. LanguageAs language is unique to human beings, and so answers for more than 2000 years people have sought to the questions ofunderstand what language is language, how did humans acquire languageacquired it, and how do humans use language, have been sought for more than 2000 yearsit. Queries into language have always raised fundamental questions about human cognition and behaviour. Perhaps the basic insight of linguistics is that language and linguistic behaviorsbehaviours are highly structured, and the. The guiding principle of modern linguistics is that the nature of these structures iscan be clarified through systematic research using a wide range of theoretical and empirical methodologies.

 Linguistics today deals with many different aspects of language, from the physical characteristics of sound wavesproduced during speech, to the intention of a speaker towards the othersother parties of a given speech act, to the social context in which the speech act is embeddedperformed. The diverse subdivisions of linguistics deal with how languages are structured, what languages have in common, what are the scopes and limitations between languages are, how languages are acquired and used, and how languages change, and so forth. In this sense,. Both these areas of research on the characteristics of language, and the construction of theoretical models to apply to these areas, are all classified under the titlecategory of linguistics.

The field of linguistics deals with every form of language, be it spoken, written, or symbolic. As language is unique to human beings, for more than 2,000 years, people have sought to understand what language is, how humans acquired it, and how humans they use it. Queries Inquiries into language have always raised fundamental questions about human cognition and behaviour. Perhaps the basic insight of provided by a study of linguistics is that language and linguistic behaviours are highly structured. The guiding principle of modern linguistics is that the nature of these structures can be clarified through systematic research using a wide range of theoretical and empirical methodologies.

 Linguistics today deals with many different aspects of language, from the physical characteristics of sound produced during speech, to the intention of a speaker towards the other parties of in a given speech act and, to the social context in which the speech act is performed. The diverse subdivisions of linguistics deal with how languages are structured, what these languages have in common, what the their scopes and limitations between languages are, how languages they are acquired and used, and how languages they change. Both these areas of research on the characteristics of language and as well as the construction of theoretical models to apply to these areas are all classified under the category of linguistics.

The field of linguistics deals with every form of language, be it spoken, written, or symbolic. As language is unique to human beings, for more than 2,000 years, people have sought to understand what language is, how humans acquired it, and how humans they use it. Queries Inquiries into language have always raised fundamental questions about human cognition and behaviour. Perhaps the basic insight of provided by a study of linguistics is that language and linguistic behaviours are highly structured. The guiding principle of modern linguistics is that the nature of these structures can be clarified through systematic research using a wide range of theoretical and empirical methodologies.

 Linguistics today deals with many different aspects of language, from the physical characteristics of sound produced during speech, to the intention of a speaker towards the other parties of in a given speech act and, to the social context in which the speech act is performed. The diverse subdivisions of linguistics deal with how various languages are structured, what these languages have in common, what the their scopes and limitations between languages are, how languages they are acquired and used, and how languages they change. Both these areas of research on the characteristics of language and as well as the construction of theoretical models to apply to these areas are all classified under the category of linguistics.

言語学が扱うのは、話されたり、書かれたり、記号であったりする、あらゆる形態の言語である。言語は人間のみに備わる特質と思われるので、言語とはいかなるものであるか、人類はいかにして言語を獲得したか、人間は言語をどのように利用するかという問題が、2000 年以上にわたって探求されてきた。言語への問いかけはつねに、人間の認知と行動についての根元的な問題を提起してきた。おそらく言語学の基本的な洞察は、まさに、言語と言語行動が高度に構造化されているということと、現代言語学の指導原理は、こうした構造の性質は広範な理論的、経験的方法論をとおした体系的研究によって解明されるということである。

 今日の言語学が扱うのは、発話の際の音波の物理的特性から、会話における話者の他人に対する意図や、会話が埋め込まれている社会的コンテクストにいたるまでの、言語の多くの異なった局面である。言語学の多様な下位区分が扱うのは、諸言語がいかに構造化されているか、諸言語は何を共通にもっているか、諸言語の間の際の範囲と限界はいかなるものであるか、諸言語はいかにして獲得され使用されるのか、またいかに変化するのか、といったことである。この意味での言語の特性に関する研究、このような探求領域に対する理論的モデルを構築すること、これらすべては言語学の標題のもとにある。

Linguistics deals with every form of language, whether spoken, written, or symbolic. Language is unique to human beings, and so answers to the questions of what is language, how did humans acquire language, and how do humans use language, have been sought for more than 2000 years. Queries into language have always raised fundamental questions about human cognition and behaviour. Perhaps the basic insight of linguistics is that language and linguistic behaviors are highly structured, and the guiding principle of modern linguistics is that the nature of these structures is clarified through systematic research using a wide range of theoretical and empirical methodologies.

 Linguistics today deals with many different aspects of language, from the physical characteristics of sound waves during speech, to the intention of a speaker towards the others parties of a speech act, to the social context in which the speech is embedded. The diverse subdivisions of linguistics deal with how languages are structured, what languages have in common, what are the scopes and limitations between languages, how languages are acquired and used, how languages change, and so forth. In this sense, these areas of research on the characteristics of language, and the construction of theoretical models to apply to these areas, are all classified under the title of linguistics.

LinguisticsThe field of linguistics deals with every form of language, whetherbe it spoken, written, or symbolic. LanguageAs language is unique to human beings, and so answers for more than 2000 years people have sought to the questions ofunderstand what language is language, how did humans acquire languageacquired it, and how do humans use language, have been sought for more than 2000 yearsit. Queries into language have always raised fundamental questions about human cognition and behaviour. Perhaps the basic insight of linguistics is that language and linguistic behaviorsbehaviours are highly structured, and the. The guiding principle of modern linguistics is that the nature of these structures iscan be clarified through systematic research using a wide range of theoretical and empirical methodologies.

 Linguistics today deals with many different aspects of language, from the physical characteristics of sound wavesproduced during speech, to the intention of a speaker towards the othersother parties of a given speech act, to the social context in which the speech act is embeddedperformed. The diverse subdivisions of linguistics deal with how languages are structured, what languages have in common, what are the scopes and limitations between languages are, how languages are acquired and used, and how languages change, and so forth. In this sense,. Both these areas of research on the characteristics of language, and the construction of theoretical models to apply to these areas, are all classified under the titlecategory of linguistics.

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