LINGUIST List 11.2499

Sun Nov 19 2000

Qs: Rhinal/First Defined, Metaphor/Scientific Lang

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  1. angel, "Rhinal" first defined?
  2. Carmen Gal�n Rodr�guez, met�forasdel lenguaje cient�fico

Message 1: "Rhinal" first defined?

Date: Sun, 19 Nov 2000 10:36:37 +0100
From: angel <aalonsomnexo.es>
Subject: "Rhinal" first defined?


	
	A paper by M.Halle and others in the last issue of LINGUISTIC INQUIRY =
	introduces the feature RHINAL. Does anyone know where was first defined =
	or
	has it been justified ?
	Dr. Alonso-Cort=E9s
	Linguistics Universidad Complutense Madrid.

	
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Message 2: met�forasdel lenguaje cient�fico

Date: Sat, 18 Nov 2000 10:02:09 +0100
From: Carmen Gal�n Rodr�guez <cgalanunex.es>
Subject: met�forasdel lenguaje cient�fico

Estoy muy interesada en recibir alguna informaci�n sobre c�mo funcionan
las met�foras en el lenguaje cient�fico para analizar su capacidad
representativa y explicativa. �Conoce alguien alg�n trabajo similar?
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