Idealism and realism in language Between the of neology and the of speech acts A comparative analytical study
College Of Basic Education Researches Journal,
2013, Volume 12, Issue 1, Pages 295-316
AbstractThis study takes a serious linguistic a pproach, By presentation, Comparison and analysis, For two most prominent theories that deals with the phenomeuon of linguistic from two different directions, The first theory was characterized by idealism in terms of its dealing with the language as a devoid idea from the context of realistic use, And it the trans formation neology of theory by Noam Chomsky, And the second theory was characterized the realism in the sides majority of her actual use for language that belongs to John Austin.
While the idea was a ppeared (the qualification) in theory of neology in spite of (the performance) in the theory of neology in spite of contain a lot of ideas that rejected by the language in the origin of her realistic used, The theory of speech acts started by emphasizing on (the performance). And its emphasis especial on the perfect actual signification for speech, And from here the goal for this research was exists to show the different linguistic and semantic features for both theories , And the discriminatory features between them objectively and use.
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