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  Interlinguistics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-02)
Interlinguistics is the study of various aspects of international communication.
This may include, for example, changes in languages related to contacts between two or more languages.
In general however, interlinguistics refers to the study of the possibilities of optimizing international communication - usually involving planned languages such as Esperanto.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Interlinguistics   (85 words)

  
 Interlinguistics
A new science is developing, Interlinguistics - that branch of the science of language which deals with the structure and basic ideas of all languages with the view to the establishing of a norm for interlanguages, i.e.
Interlinguists contend, and to my mind, rightly, that there is here a field that can be treated according to scientific methods and which it is of the utmost importance to civilized mankind to see thus treated in order to obtain a satisfactory solution to a really harassing problem.
Similarly, Professor Debrunner rejoiced that interlinguists were getting away from the dilletantism and called their attention to the fact that a great amount of work already done by philologists might be useful for the purposes of further research.
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 Sources on Interlinguistics   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-02)
Esperantic Studies is an occasional English-language newsletter on current topics and projects in the areas of Esperanto studies and interlinguistics, published since 1991 by the Esperantic Studies Foundation.
IPI 24 (1998) Blanke presents a selected multilingual bibliography of works on terminology science and "language for special purposes" in Esperanto; IPI 25 lists a number of recent university theses and the contents of several new monographs; and IPI 26 includes a concise up-to-date bibliography on the pioneer of terminology science Eugen Wüster.
Interlinguistics and the Internet is an English-language article by Mark Fettes, originally written for the Summer 1997 issue of
esperantic.org /ced/sources.htm   (499 words)

  
 Interlinguistische Informationen der GIL
A significant number of publications on interlinguistics and Esperanto studies would be improved if their authors had a more thorough knowledge of the significant scholarly literature.
Interlinguistic viewpoints can also inspire research in adjacent disciplines –; not only the basic question of the capabilities of consciously created languages to function and develop (a topic that ought to be of interest to general linguistics), but also basic questions in the theory of language planning
Furthermore, in the sections on national literatures, literary theory, folklore, and, as of 2000, the teaching of foreign languages, also part of the MLA Bibliography, additional contributions appear, for example on translation from ethnic languages to Esperanto, on the methodology of Esperanto teaching, and on literary criticism (particularly on individual authors who publish in Esperanto).
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 EnergyLanguage - Meta Language   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-02)
The field of interlinguistics is hundreds of years old and has occupied the minds of thousands of diverse individuals.
The fossil record of interlinguistics is replete with attempts that were in some way inadequate to become full-fledged organic systems capable of living and growing according to the needs of their speaking communities.
Oversights, lack of originality, incapability or unwillingness of the public to understand, shoddy research, insufficient depth of scope, infighting between adherents, technological inadequacies, all manner of fatal flaws have driven the majority of artificial languages to extinction.
www.theexperiment.org /energylanguage/metalanguage.php   (1735 words)

  
 iedpref
The most urgent practical problem in the field of interlinguistics is to build up a basic stock of language material which all interlinguists can accept as authentic.
The practical interlinguist will be struck by the fact that this volume contains no proposal for a grammatical system to operate the international vocabulary nor a section which supplements the Interlingua-English Dictionary by leading into the international vocabulary from English.
In interlinguistic terms all this means that even though the "language" of science and technology is not a full-fledged language, even though it can supply us only with a vast number of words and phrases of international validity in various peculiarly national but easily recognizable forms, it does represent a nucleus of a complete language.
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 Flags of Ido   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-02)
Esperantists usually regard to Ido with mixed emmotions: on one hand, this language has closer links to Esperanto itself, having been derived from it (although this is felt to be negative for some) — in fact quite a lot of artificial languages were developped based in Esperanto, but Ido is the only “living” one.
Historical reasons related to the official presentantion of Ido in a 1907 interlinguistics conference (where the three Esperanto delegates secretely presented (their) new language instead!) caused until recently (and even now) some dislike in Esperanto speakers towards Ido-related affairs.
In short, it can be said that Ido is a French-flavoured version of Esperanto (although there are a lot of other differences), being French in 1907 the world’s lingua franca, more or less like english since WWII till today.
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 Esperanto Studies and Interlinguistics   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-02)
Esperanto studies are thus a particularly important and active branch of interlinguistics, as this field is generally known.
Most of the information here has been provided in English, which may give a misleading impression of the field of interlinguistics as a whole.
Hartmut Traunmuller's course outline in interlinguistics at Stockholm University
esperantic.org /ced/studies.htm   (367 words)

  
 EnergyLanguage - Interlinguistics   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-02)
(for the interlinguistic dabbler there exists a target-rich environment within which to keep idle synapses sparking.
This field has to do with the study, creation, and implementation of new language systems.
Experimentation can be as spiritual as it is scientific, driven by an intense desire to know and sense the universe around us in novel ways.
www.theexperiment.org /energylanguage/coreframework_interlinguistics.php   (319 words)

  
 Book review (long)
is an invitation to all those interested in languages and linguistics to make themselves acquainted with some recent streams of scientific discussion in the field of planned languages." The book is a collection of fifteen recent papers in interlinguistics.
For folks who (like me) haven't been following the field, the bibliographies provide an up-to-date set of pointers into the literature, plus some overviews of it.
Otherwise, it might be well to study these regularities and consciously incorporate them in the Loglan vocabulary.
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 Bibliography of Esperanto Studies and Interlinguistics   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-02)
Researchers should be aware that high quality work exists in various smaller national languages, and above all in Esperanto.
Interlinguistics (regular section in Language Problems and Language Planning).
Interlinguistics: aspects of the science of planned languages.
www.esperantic.org /ced/biblio.htm   (417 words)

  
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Bibliography of Planned Languages (Excluding Esperanto) - - List of books on interlinguistics, Volapük, Ido, Ro, Occidental, Novial, Interlingua, Glosa, modified English and Latin, pasigraphies, number languages, and other planned languages.
Conlangs DE-Cal - - A class on constructing languages at the University of California Berkeley.
The German Interlinguistics Society "Gesellschaft für Interlinguistik" - - Review article by Seán Ó Riain.
www.internetdj.com /search/search.php?browse=/Science/Social_Sciences/Linguistics/Languages/Constructed   (270 words)

  
 Search the Web with Affiliate Review   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-02)
Bibliography of Planned Languages (Excluding Esperanto) - List of books on interlinguistics, Volapük, Ido, Ro, Occidental, Novial, Interlingua, Glosa, modified English and Latin, pasigraphies, number languages, and other planned languages.
The German Interlinguistics Society "Gesellschaft für Interlinguistik" - Review article by Seán Ó Riain.
Universal Language Dictionary Project - An attempt to create a list of concepts, described in English, along with words to express those concepts in several natural and artificial languages.
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 Interlin   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-02)
Interlinguistic studies provide an overview of general and applied linguistics, with a focus on
They are required to prepare a thesis and pass
a final examination, after which they receive a diploma in Interlinguistic Studies.
www.staff.amu.edu.pl /~inling/english/sitebuilder/preview/Interlin.html   (188 words)

  
 Interlingua - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Although the Morrises provided most of IALA's funding, it also received support from such prestigious groups as the Carnegie Corporation, the Ford Foundation and the Rockefeller Foundation.
In its early years, IALA concerned itself with three tasks: finding other organizations around the world with similar goals; building a library of books about languages and interlinguistics; and comparing extant IALs, including Esperanto, Esperanto II, Ido, Latino Sine Flexione, Novial, and Occidental.
In pursuit of this last goal it arranged conferences with proponents of these IALs, debating features and goals of their representative language.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Interlingua   (3497 words)

  
 Interlinguistics: aspects of the science of planned languages
in su libro "Interlinguistics" in le prime capitulo:
But Esperanto was so much better, i.e., more adequate for international communication, than its predecessors that it became identified as the international auxiliary language, and we can be confident that the continued practice of this language will be conducive to a blurring of its imperfections."
Kuznecov, Sergej Nikolaevic: "Interlinguistics: A Branch of Applied Linguistics?", 89-98
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 Find in a Library: Interlinguistics : aspects of the science of planned languages
Find in a Library: Interlinguistics : aspects of the science of planned languages
Interlinguistics : aspects of the science of planned languages
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 NB online - Department of Planned Languages and Esperanto Museum - Terminology science and planned languages   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-02)
They belong to the subject of interlinguistics, a scientific discipline that - as some authors see it - deals only with planned languages ("special interlinguistics" or "interlinguistics in the narrower sense").
Others consider the main subject of this discipline to be international linguistic communication in all its forms and with all its means ("general interlinguistics").
The interlinguist, looking through the book, finds his opinion confirmed: Wüster's analysis of the present stage of a specialist language and his thoughts about the desired stage clearly bear the mark of his experiences with planned languages.
www.onb.ac.at /ev/collections/esperanto/wuester_eng.htm   (7958 words)

  
 Science Social Sciences Linguistics Languages Constructed   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-02)
» Bibliography of Planned Languages (Excluding Esperanto) - List of books on interlinguistics, Volapük, Ido, Ro, Occidental, Novial, Interlingua, Glosa, modified English and Latin, pasigraphies, number languages, and other planned languages.
» The German Interlinguistics Society "Gesellschaft für Interlinguistik" - Review article by Seán Ó Riain.
The book is on the theoretical and applicational aspects of interlinguistics, esperantology, terminology and lexicography.
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Furthermore, all competent interlinguists agree on this point: let us listen to one more opinion, from a well-known linguist and Esperantist, Dr. W.
And the same thing is true of other matters of great linguistic value: they are noticed only when we view from a higher level than that of soap-opera phrases.
The interlinguistic discussions are chock-full of observations, criticisms, proposals etc. with respect to phonetics and morphology, i.e.
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 NEO-ROMANTICISM IN LANGUAGE PLANNING (Edo BERNASCONI)
(34) According to the well-known interlinguist Stanley A. Mulaik, (35) the prototyping technique is utilized to "construct a normalized vocabulary from the variants of the modern languages.
It is, then, clear that an ideally regular planned languages must, yes, use the roots of the international words for its vocabulary whenever this is possible, and this will certainly increase its power of expression and facilitate its learning, but it must absolutely not copy the derivational irregularities of the international words.
On the other hand, we must not fear free constructions, as seems to be the case with several modern interlinguists.
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 NB online - Department of Planned Languages and Esperanto Museum - About, Holdings, Catalogue   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-02)
They are the subject of that branch of learning known since the first half of the 20th century as interlinguistics.
Esperanto and other planned languages are also significant in the history of science: works on interlinguistics which refuted the prejudices against planned languages were milestones in the development of the linguistic sciences.
They changed old ways of thinking and made it possible to ask new questions, which in turn led to the applied linguistic sciences.
www.onb.ac.at /ev/collections/esperanto/esp_about.htm   (885 words)

  
 World Culinary Institute   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-02)
List of books on interlinguistics, Volapük, Ido, Ro, Occidental, Novial, Interlingua, Glosa, modified English and Latin, pasigraphies, number languages, and other planned languages.
A class on constructing languages at the University of California Berkeley.
An attempt to create a list of concepts, described in English, along with words to express those concepts in several natural and artificial languages.
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 [Interlinguistics] | [All the best Interlinguistics resources at quit-smoking.silvertopics.com]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-02)
I glanced at Interlinguistics in Europe, by Otto Jespersen, 1931, attempting to sell the idea of an artificial language such as Esperanto (or his own invention, Novial).
Bibliography of Planned LanguagesList of books on interlinguistics, Volapük, Ido, Ro, Occidental,Novial, Interlingua, Glosa, modified English and Latin, pasigraphies, number languages,...
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The phonetic form of numerals of artificial language.
Names of verses - mine is. Except for "Capricious little baby" and " Wolves at night".
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 FASILE: The Language for Global Intelligent Communication.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-02)
Answer: After we had published several articles, mainly in the press of Porto Alegre, in 1974 we had practically published A Língua das Nações (The Language of the Nations) the first book written in Portuguese, advertising the most successful international language so far.
Later on, we became aware of Esperanto's flaws, what made us decide start the studies to present a new project, based on the scientific knowledge now available in Interlinguistics and that has ben accumulated since the appearance of Esperanto, in 1887.
Answer: In short, we had verified the conceptions of linguists and interlinguists concerning the theme, seeking to identify points of consensus, we had to separate the wheat from the chaff, discarding the impossible, the fantasy, the exaggeration, the insignificant, etc. Then, we also prospected for gold amidst the failures.
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 LANGUAGE POLICY - LINGVOPOLITIKO
INTERLINGUISTICS - INTERLINGVISTIKO
Klaus SCHUBERT (1989) : Interlinguistics, Mouton de Gruyter, Berlin/NY.
C.E.D. The Center for Research and Documentation on World Language Problems (C.E.D.) edited in 1997 "Esperanto, Interlinguistics and Planned Language" - 12 papers in English, 1 in German and 1 in French on interlinguistic materials and esperantology, published in the journal "Language Problems and Language Planning";.
Have also a look at the Newsletter (in English) of the Esperantic Studies Foundation, being a central resource page on linguistic ecology, interlinguistics, sociology of education, for research on international linguistic communication and planned languages, especially Esperanto.
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