Three Keys to Language
The authors of Three Keys to Language, realizing that we are living in a great age of specialization, are stressing the necessity of looking at allied disciplines in studying language so as to get the complete picture. They feel that the linguist can learn much from the history of culture, of religion, political history, sociology, and psychology.
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