By Marcel Bax, C. Jan-Wouter Zwart
In Reflections on Language and Language studying: In honour of Arthur van Essen, thirty-one major language students and academic linguists within the Netherlands and in a foreign country with whom through the years Professor van Essen, one of many grandees of utilized linguistics, has collaborated supply unique essays and stories which debate the newest insights and developments within the fields of linguistics and international language instructing. whereas interdisciplinary in scope, the quantity encompasses theoretical advances in (educational) linguistic considering; for instance, the perceptive articles written via Michael Byram, Christopher N. Candlin, Natalia Gvishiani, Peter Jordens, Jan Koster, Leo van Lier, and Bondi Sciarone ― in addition to a pattern of the most recent methodological advancements in parts similar to ELT, LSP, and content-based language instructing; instances in element are the precious contributions through Jeanine Deen & Hilde Hacquebord, Michaël Goethals, Paul Meara & Ignacio Rodríguez Sánchez, Rosamond Mitchell & Christopher Brumfit, and Uta Thürmer.
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The latter discovered Jan Koster non-trivial and relatively simple laws of nature, explaining numerous classes of seemingly diﬀerent facts. It is far from clear whether ‘natural selection’ can be compared to this or even should be called an explanation at all. Suppose you came from Mars and were very ignorant of dog-breeding and found out one day that there are so many diﬀerent breeds of dogs thanks to the fact that breeders make selections in their breeding procedures. You would certainly have made some kind of discovery, but would you have the feeling that you had explained variation among dogs and that you could rightly claim to be a Martian Newton or Einstein from now on?
These gains are perhaps real (we lived through the 1960s, after all), but ultimately they are not suﬃcient if we realize that this new variant is also an ideology that divides and fragmentises human groups, namely by denying their rich and universal common ground. In an increasingly multicultural society, this is a less hopeful perspective than often thought and it is avoidable if we cultivate the promising cognitive theories that seek to discover the rich properties of our common nature. Notes .
Marr (1864–1934), who was to become a notorious linguist under the Stalin regime, Hoogvliet had not hesitated to cross swords with him. During the closing banquet it was Hoogvliet who extended a word of thanks to the Danish Orientalists and to the Odd Fellows, in whose palace the banquet was held. As far as his contacts with the world of Anglicists are concerned it should be noted that Hoogvliet appears to have corresponded with Henry Sweet (1845–1912). Moreover, when Otto Jespersen (1860–1943) visited the Netherlands around 1908, he invited Hoogvliet to give him a brief lecture on Dutch phonetics (Hoogvliet 1910: 72).