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Introduction
— Part I: The Origin and Development of Universal Grammar —
1. The Beginnings of the Concept of ‘Universal Grammar’ and Its Development in the Later Middle Ages / 2. The Development of Universal Grammar in the Renaissance and the Seventeenth Century / 3. The Development of Universal Grammar in the Eighteenth Century
Summary of Part I: Universal Grammar as the ‘Etiology’ of Language – Universal Grammar vs. Particular Grammar – The Peculiarities of Individual Languages – The Application of ‘Universal Grammar’ to Language-Teaching – The Fusion of Universal Grammar and the Origin of Language – Universal Grammar as the Faculty of Language
— Part II: An Interpretative Reading of Hermes
4. The Life of James Harris and the Publication History of Hermes / 5. Book I: The Analysis of Language into Its Constituent Parts (1) / 6. Book II: The Analysis of Language into Its Constituent Parts (2) / 7. Book III: The Analysis of Language into Its ‘Matter’ and ‘Form’ and the Question of the Diversity of Languages
— Part III: The Two Dimensions of Harris’s Theory of Universal Grammar —
8. The Aristotelian Dimension: Harris’s Enquiry into the ‘Causes’ of Language by Analysis / 9. From the Aristotelian to the Platonic Dimension: Harris’s View of the Origin of Language
— Conclusion — Bibliography — Index nominum
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