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The Theory of Language Holography

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Lingua: Inglese


Pubblicazione: 06/2021
Edizione: 1st ed. 2021


This book presents a method of linking the ordered structure of the cosmos with human thoughts: the theory of language holography. In the view presented here, the cosmos is in harmony with the human body and language, and human thoughts are holographic with the cosmos at the level of language. In a word, the holographic relation is nothing more than the bridge by means of which Guanlian Qian connects the cosmos, human, and language. This is a vitally important contribution to linguistic and philosophical studies that cannot be ignored.

The book has two main focus areas: outer language holography and inner language holography. These two areas constitute the core of the dynamic and holistic view put forward in the theory of language holography. The book’s main properties can be summarized into the following points: First and foremost, it is a book created in toto by a Chinese scholar devoted to pragmatics, theoretical linguistics, and philosophy of language. Secondly, the book was accepted by a top Chinese publisher and was republished the second year, which reflected its value and appeal. Thirdly, in terms of writing style, the book is characterized by succinctness and logic. As a result, it reads fluidly and smoothly without redundancies, which is not that common in linguistic or even philosophical works. Lastly, as stated by the author in the introduction, “Creation is the development of previous capacities, but it is also the generation of new ones”; this book can be said to put this concept into practice. Overall, the book offers a unique resource to readers around the world who want to know more about the truly original and innovative studies of language in Chinese academia.


Part One: Introduction.- Chapter One: Introduction: The harmony of cosmos, human body and language.- Chapter Two: The overall frame of the theory of language holography.- Part Two: The inner language holography.- Chapter Three: The inner language holography.- Chapter Four: The holographic relation between language and cognition.- Part Three: The outer language holography.- Chapter Five: The outer rootstock of the different properties of language.- Chapter Six: The outer rootstock of different theories of language.- Chapter Seven: Linguistic evidence for the law of cosmos holography.- Chapter Eight: The holographic relation between language and culture.- Chapter Nine: Two speculations about language.- Chapter Ten: From science to philosophy of language. 


Guanlian Qian is a renowned Chinese scholar focusing on pragmatics, theoretical linguistics, and philosophy of language. He is one of the few scholars engaged in original creation widely acknowledged in the sphere of linguistics. Virtually, none of his works repeats the forerunners. He was a visiting researcher of the International Pragmatics Association. So far he has published more than hundreds of essays at home and abroad, four monographs, many literature comments, prose, translations, and the like. Professor Qian opened in Chinese linguistic sphere the study of philosophy of language, having provided necessary nourishment to the sphere of linguistics. He puts stress on learning from the West at the same time when he establishes himself in local theoretical creation. The book is a case in point.

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Condizione: Nuovo
Dimensioni: 235 x 155 mm Ø 559 gr
Formato: Copertina rigida
Illustration Notes:63 Illustrations, black and white
Pagine Arabe: 244
Pagine Romane: xvi
Traduttore: Zhang, Lin

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