Linguistic Relativity and Interpretation of Ancient Languages-Part 1


The majority of the writing I’ve done about Ancient Greek has focused on grammatical mismatches with English. Whether it is connectives, information structure, or aspects of the verb system( wa wa wa), my work has most struck a cord is helping English-speaking exegetes develop a typologically-informed framework for better understanding Greek on its own terms […]

Linguistic Relativity and Interpretation of Ancient Languages-Part 1

Published by Vincent S Artale Jr

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