One of the earliest structural linguists, Baudouin de Courtenay was a pioneer in systematic phonology and a formative influence on Saussure, Jacobsen, and the Prague school of linguistics. This translation of de Courtenay's major writings gives Western scholars direct contact with his work for the first time.
- publisherIndiana University Press
- publisher placeBloomington, Indiana USA
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