Časopis Slovo a slovesnost
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Pražský lingvistický krúžok a kontext československej lingvistiky

Ľubomír Ďurovič

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The Prague Linguistic Circle and the context of Czechoslovak linguistics

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The author analyzes the varying influence of the newer ideas of the Circle in the Czech lands and in Slovakia. He claims that the main difference between this influence in these two areas lies in the fact that the Czech linguistic tradition was very well established after World War II and new ideas of structuralism were adopted there in an atmosphere of orientation to Anglo-Saxon culture. Slovak linguistics, on the other hand, had to start from the beginning and the Prague Linguistic Circle played a significant role in the development of Slovak linguistic science as well, delineating Slovak as a separate language from Czech.

Key words: Prague Linguistic Circle, Czech linguistics, Slovak linguistics
Kľúčové slová: Pražský lingvistický krúžok, česká jazykoveda, slovenská jazykoveda

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Slovo a slovesnost, ročník 69 (2008), číslo 1-2, s. 21-24

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