Eurolinguistics – what it is and what it should not be

Marek Stachowski

Abstrakt
The present study is composed of two parts. In Part 1, the definition, as well as the actual and the desired profile of Eurolinguistic studies are discussed, and a strict differentiation between cultural and linguistic aspects is postulated. In Part 2 some suggestions of this author are made, concerning the future methodology and topics of Eurolinguistic research.
Słowa kluczowe: Eurolinguistics, European languages, history of linguistics, linguistic methodology, areal/contact linguistics
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