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When talking about the beginnings of structuralism in Czech linguistics, one often gets the impression that it had to be characterized by intense polemics between the structuralists, i. The goal of this study is to find out what the actual reception of the first representatives of the Prague School was, using the written resources that we have today.
I analyze Czech linguistic periodicals from the beginning of the 20th century and contemporary documents pertaining to the topic. The study reveals that the change was coming very gradually and quite naturally. Other than that, the structuralists were mostly ignored and then gradually more and more accepted.
The author concludes that the Prague neogrammarians had, in fact, their share in the formation of the new linguistic school, namely in maintaining a very rigid academic environment, suspicious to new trends while largely overlooking them, which basically provoked a radical and systematic change in the linguistic theory and methodology. Save to Library. Cercle linguistique de Bratislava. The period from to was a time when a number of theoretical systems saw the light of the day in Central Europe: psychoanalysis, neopositivism, phenomenology, the Warsaw School of logic, Gestalt-psychology and the structuralism of The period from to was a time when a number of theoretical systems saw the light of the day in Central Europe: psychoanalysis, neopositivism, phenomenology, the Warsaw School of logic, Gestalt-psychology and the structuralism of the Prague School of Linguistics.
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