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Excerpt from Transactions and Proceedings of the American Philological Association, 1901, Vol. 32

To return now to the line of discussion from which the allusion to Wechssler's work has diverted us, it may fairly be said that no new theory of the causes underlying phonetic un... Læs mere

Excerpt from Transactions and Proceedings of the American Philological Association, 1901, Vol. 32

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Excerpt from Transactions and Proceedings of the American Philological Association, 1901, Vol. 32

To return now to the line of discussion from which the allusion to Wechssler's work has diverted us, it may fairly be said that no new theory of the causes underlying phonetic uniformity has been stated since Paul's publication of his Principien der Sprae/zgrsc/zie/ite the second and third editions (1886 and 1898) of the work offer no modifications that can be called fundamental. Paul's theory has dominated the horizon so thoroughly that it has come to be regarded as practically identical with the doctrine of uniformity; at least it has either seemed so satisfactory as to discourage any other attempts at tracing and formulating causes, or else has seemed so intangible and indemonstrable as to discourage any further attempts from the a priori Side. The science has placidly resigned itself to the admission that the doctrine is at best a mere dogma, though it may, to be sure, suggest a safe rule for ordinary procedure.

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