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what inflectionsare born not of internal and spontaneous development of athe initial element, but are particles that are attachedthe syllable basis, so that "m" in the first person of the Sanskrit verbbhavami or "t" in the third person -- it bhava?i resultsconnection to the root of the verb with the pronoun mam (I) and tam (he).However, to build Philology is important not only to know, hadif all these elements conjugations in a more or less distantthe past the separate existence and independent value.More important and in fact distinguishes the study of Schlegel and BOPPfrom those studies of the eighteenth century, which, it would seem, theiranticipated<$FJ. Horne Donny Cheak. Paroles volantes, Londres,1798.>, it seems that initial syllables receivehere the ability to grow (by adding or externalinternal extension) only together with the interiorcorrect transformations of the root. In the Chinese language, for example,there are only the laws of succession of the elements, in the samelanguages where roots are capable of growth (whether those rootsmonosyllabic, as in Sanskrit, or polysyllabic, as inJewish), inevitably found the forms a naturalthe internal changes. It is clear that the new Philology, whichuses to characterize languages by the criteria of the internalthe organization refused common in the eighteenth centuryhierarchical classifications by which one of the languagesbe more important than others because they are more finelydismember view. Their own value is recognized nowfor every language: they differ only in their internalorganization. hence the interest in the rare, little common,not enough "civilized" languages, which shows rusk inhis extensive study of the languages of Scandinavia, Russia, the Caucasus,Persia, India.
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