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言語使用への2つのアプローチ : 哲学としての応用言語学
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NDC
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abstract
Chomsky in recent years has made explicit what he believes is the best-grounded and richest naturalistic account of basic aspects of language use. According to him, it would be a 'mistake' to move at once to the whole picture of language use or communication. Applied linguists, who are concerned with language use and communication, need to justify their position if they do not want to limit their studies to Chomskyean naturalistic inquiry. This paper introduces Wittgenstein's philosophical approach to language use, and argues that the current approach taken by some applied linguists is in fact Wittgensteinean in approach. Applied linguists present their models as 'objects of comparison,' not as explanatory models in the strict sense. The author contends that the conception of applied linguistics as philosophy produces a good balance of practicality, criticality and objectivity.
journal title
CASELE research bulletin
issue
Issue 32
start page
69
end page
78
date of issued
2002-08-01
publisher
中国地区英語教育学会
issn
0385-1192
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language
eng
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Journal Article
HU type
Journal Articles
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application/pdf
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本論文の著作権は中国地区英語教育学会に属する
department
Graduate School of Education