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Title: Notions de neurolinguistiques théorique
Written By: Philippe Monneret
URL: http://www.u-bourgogne.fr/EUD/Monneret.html
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Unlike clinical neurolinguistics, theoretical neurolinguistics is concerned with the problems of compatibility and the linking of linguistic, neurpsychological and philosophical research which is necessary for the understanding of pathological cases concerning language. Keeping this in mind, the author successively presents the basic principles of Guillaumien linguistics, a series of classical data of the neuropsychology of aphasia and a philosophical conception of the relationship between thought and language (the same as that developed by Merleau-Ponty). This book is indispensible reference work for linguists, neuropsychologists and philosophers who are interested in the biological aspects of human language.

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Publication Year: 2003
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