I miti nell'elaborazione sociale delle lingue

This work is based on the idea that languages are always the result of a process of social elaboration that involves, first, the construction and legitimation of a certain representation of linguistic reality (always much more heterogeneous than suggested by the representation) and then the acceptation of this representation by the speakers as their own and authentic language. To achieve the latter objective should be produced an emotional connection between the speakers and the represented language, to which powerfully contribute ideas or myths that philologists and linguists (also their precursory erudition) have spread in their studies. Somehow we could say that there would be no languages without the philologists, only people who speak more or less similar things. The study of linguistics myths that put together the linguistic cience should be developed because it offers many possibilities for reflection about what they are actually languages ​
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