Underlying Formalisms LO6350

Dr Ilfryn Price (101701.3454@compuserve.com)
Mon, 1 Apr 1996 06:14:36 -0500

Replying to LO6285 --

Andrew Moreno wrote - concerning relationships structured in language

>I think for one set that I know of, only the Basque's in the Pyrenees
>operate with different relationships.

Andrew can you amplify?. The example intrigues me because Basque is an
island of a separate lingusitic tradition in a sea of Proto-Indo European
[Basically the Basque linquistic heritage has survived over ca. 5,000
years] despite colonisation of most of the continents of Europe and
America [plus chunks of others] by variants of P Indo European [I got the
story from Jared Diamonds Third Chimpanzee BTW]

If Price
The Harrow Partnership
Pewley Fort Guildford UK


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