A Treatise on Language or the Relation which words bear to Things in four parts. Johnson, A B., lexander, ryan.
A Treatise on Language or the Relation which words bear to Things in four parts

PRESENTATION COPY

A Treatise on Language or the Relation which words bear to Things in four parts.

New York: Harper & Brothers, 1836.

The original dedition was published in 1828 and revised in 1836. 1 vols. 8vo. PRESENTATION COPY. Original cloth, paper label, top of spine repaired. Booklabel of the Library of the University Institute, with withdrawal stamp. Item #303537

With tipped in slip at front "From the Author/ A. B. Johnson esq./ of Utica/ N.Y."' Johnson was an Amewrican philosopher and banker.

"Johnson asserted that language is “subordinate” to nature because there are not enough words to describe limitless experiences. To reconcile this inconsistency, he devised an operational method of studying the function of language, differentiating its “physical,” “emotional,” and “intellectual” components. He adapted his linguistic theory in writings on politics, economics, and morality. Ency. Brit.

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