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    Idirl Johna Yencha jako próba rozwinięcia języka uniwersalnego G.W. Leibniza

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    The purpose of the article is to present John Yench’s apriori language as a continuation of Leibniz’s idea. Before I proceed to show the project of Inter-Disciplinary International Reference Language, I would like to discuss development of Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz’s view on an artificial language. I will try to show the evolution of Leibniz’s universal language: from the ideal calculation to a tool which will formalize the whole human knowledge. Also, I will show Leibniz’s influence on further ideas of artificial language. I will compare his projects with Yench’s language – Idirl. Analysis of Idirl’s main assumptions will be useful to show the degree of continuation of Leibniz’s ideas in the apriori language of John Yench.

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    Title : Idirl Johna Yencha jako próba rozwinięcia języka uniwersalnego G.W. Leibniza
    Author(s) : Emanuel Kulczycki
    Abstract : The purpose of the article is to present John Yench’s apriori language as a continuation of Leibniz’s idea. Before I proceed to show the project of Inter-Disciplinary International Reference Language, I would like to discuss development of Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz’s view on an artificial language. I will try to show the evolution of Leibniz’s universal language: from the ideal calculation to a tool which will formalize the whole human knowledge. Also, I will show Leibniz’s influence on further ideas of artificial language. I will compare his projects with Yench’s language – Idirl. Analysis of Idirl’s main assumptions will be useful to show the degree of continuation of Leibniz’s ideas in the apriori language of John Yench.
    Keywords : Leibniz, Philosophy Of Language, Artificial Language

    Subject : Philosophy Of Language
    Area : Philosophy
    Language : English
    Year : 2009

    Affiliations Institute of Philosophy, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań, Poland
    Editors : Zbigniew Drozdowicz
    Publisher : Wydawnictwo Fundacji Humaniora
    City : Poznań
    Pages : 191-201
    Url : http://api.mendeley.com/research/idirl-johna-yencha-jako-prba-rozwinicia-jzyka-uniwersalnego-gw-leibniza/

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