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This quantity contains the reflections of best researchers on Arabic and Semitic languages, additionally understood as structures and representations. The paintings first bargains with Biblical Hebrew, Early Aramaic, Afroasiatic and Semitic. Its center makes a speciality of morpho-syntactic, semantic, pragmatic, rhetoric and common sense concerns, displaying Arabic grammar's position in the procedure of the sciences of language. within the moment half, authors care for lexical matters, prior to they discover dialectology. The final cease is a mirrored image on how Arabic linguistics may perhaps hinder the knowledge of the Arabs' personal grammatical conception and the educating and studying of Arabic.
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1163/9789004325883_002 2 introduction acceptance of this word. He is an incomparable scientific partner—responsive and open to ideas that complement his, and at the same time vigorous in defending his own views. For some of us, Pierre is not only a rolemodel but also a catalyst for ideas in the positive sense, and more, he is a creator, allowing space for the creativity of colleagues with whom he works. In sum, he is an example to follow. The first section of the present dedicated volume, Semitic Linguistics, proposes a journey From Sem to Qedar, from Biblical Hebrew to Semitic, and Afroasiatic passing by Arabic and Early Aramaic.
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