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What is the impact of the different theories to the present generation? (theories like big bag and etc)​

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  • Réponse publiée par: elaineeee

    1. Correspondence theory of truth

    2. Coherence theory of truth

    3. Pragmatic theory of truth

    4. Pragmatic theory of truth

    5. Correspondence theory of truth

    6. Coherence theory of truth

    7. Pragmatic theory of truth

    8. Coherence theory of truth

    9. Coherence theory of truth

    10. Correspondence theory of truth

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  • Réponse publiée par: elaineeee

    a po yeah legit

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  • Réponse publiée par: kuanjunjunkuan

    Theories of language

    Jan Koster

    1. Introduction

    Since Antiquity, a central concern of theories of language has been the question whether

    language is predominantly a matter of “nature” or of “nurture.” One version of this dilemma

    is whether language is primarily a socio-cultural reality or a biological phenomenon. British

    Empiricism and German Romantic ideas, interacting in complicated ways, set the stage for

    much of 19th century linguistic thinking, which culminated in the various structuralist schools

    of the first half of the 20th century. Often, this tradition emphasized culture, nurture and

    diversity. In the second half of the 20th century, influenced by Chomsky, nativism and the

    idea of Universal Grammar made a powerful come-back. This culminated in the

    “biolinguistic” idea that language has a core that can be compared to an organ, or rather, to a

    computational system of the kind found in mammalian vision. Instead of embarking upon the

    impossible task of giving an overview of all current theories of language, I will give a

    historical sketch of how the Chomskyan-style linguistics fared with respect to the perennial

    tension between culture and biology in the study of language and how this tension can be

    resolved with current neurobiology. It is my hope that this story suggests some morals about

    other theories of language as well.

    2. The revolution

    During the second half of the 20th century, then, linguistic theorizing was dominated by the

    so-called Chomskyan revolution. This type of linguistics rose to ascendancy with Chomsky

    (1957), had its greatest popularity during the 1960s, culminated in the 1970s, but steadily lost

    ground after the 1980s. At the time, said development was generally seen as revolutionary,

    although there were always critics and skeptics. It is questionable whether the theories in

    question were as revolutionary as believed at first. In retrospect, a good case can be made that

    early generative grammar, rather than superseding older theories, was largely ignorant of

    them. Let me explain.

    Pre-Chomskyan linguistics, at least in Europe, was dominated by the Saussurian idea

    that language is primarily a system of signs, of which words (morphemes) are the most

    important (Saussure 1916). Signs were thought to have a public face (signifiant) and a

    conceptual side (signifié). In the most common case (but not necessarily so) the public face of

    a linguistic sign is formed from the sounds of speech. But also the conceptual side of

    language was believed to have a public aspect, as it was assumed that the concepts of a

    language represented particular choices from a perhaps universal but more or less amorphic

    conceptual “space.”

  • Réponse publiée par: elaineeee

    There are alot of theories out there

    The most accepted theory is the Big Bang Theory

    The other theories are the:

    Steady state Theory

    4th Dimensional Black Hole Theory

    The Chaos Theory

    The Multiverse Theory

    The Oscillating Theory

    Religious Theories

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