Why Ecolinguistics?

Autores

  • Alexander V. Kravchenko Irkutsk State University

Resumo

Neste artigo eu tento mostrar que a emergência da ecolinguística como um novo ramo de pesquisa não é apenas um modismo devido a um desejo de demarcar novo território para a investigação da língua (como no caso de socio-, antropo-, psicolinguística e outras disciplinas linguísticas), mas uma etapa evolucionária no desenvolvimento das ciências da linguagem motivada pela constatação de que a língua não é um instrumento que está aí nem um órgão mental no cérebro, mas um fator ecológico essencial que nos define como uma espécie biológica, homo sapiens, na filogenia e na ontogenia.

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Biografia do Autor

Alexander V. Kravchenko, Irkutsk State University

Alexander Kravchenko (nascido em 1955) é um linguista cognitivo russo e professor da Universidade Nacional de Economia e Direito de Baikal (BNUEL), onde chefia o Departamento de Línguas Estrangeiras. Ele é um dos pesquisadores fundadores do Distributed Language Group.

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2020-07-18

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Kravchenko, A. V. . (2020). Why Ecolinguistics?. Ecolinguística: Revista Brasileira De Ecologia E Linguagem (ECO-REBEL), 6(2), 18-31. Recuperado de https://periodicos.unb.br/index.php/erbel/article/view/32663

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