Sanskrit & Prakrit, Sociolinguistic Issues

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Motilal Banarsidass Publ., 1993 - 230 σελίδες
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This volume brings together eight contributions of Professor Madhav M. Deshpande relating to the historical sociolinguistics of sanskrit and Prakrit languages. The studies brought together here represent his continuing research in this field after his 1979 book: Sociolinguistic Attitudes in India: An Historical Reconstruction. The main thrust of these studies is to show that patterns of language, including grammatical theories are deeply influenced by political, religious, geographical, and other sociohistorical factors. This is true as much of ancient languages as it is for modern languages.
 

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Some Sociolinguistic Issues
1
Lokar The Linguistic World of Patanjali
17
The Girvanavanmanjari
33
Historical Change and the Theology
53
Differing Perspectives
75
Rajasckhara on Ethnic and Linguistic
83
A Sociolinguistic
109
A Historical
129
Notes
197
Bibliography
213
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