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Language, Saussure and Wittgenstein: How to Play Games with Words (History of Linguistic Thought) Revised ed. Edition

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"Harris's hand in writing this book is firm, vigorous, maybe even driven. His style is wonderfully lucid, his critique is patiently expatiated, and his conclusions are cogent. The result is a powerful effort about the relationship of language to the shape of the modern world."
-"Multilingua, 1994
"It is beautifully written, full of apt and witty illustrations and thorough in its scholarship."
-"International Studies in Philosophy, 1991
"A welcome bridge between philosophy and linguistics . . . [a] careful exploration of this important influential theory."
-The Guardian

About the Author

Harris is Emeritus Professor of General Linguistics at the University of Oxford.
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