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Because the language has become analysis and order, he strikes upover time, the still unknown relationship. XVI centuryassumed that languages throughout history have followed one after the otherand one of them could produce the other. The most ancientwere the main languages. Of all languages the most archaic,because it was the language of the Almighty, when he spoke to the people,Hebrew was considered the language that gave rise to drevnerimsky andArabic; then came Greek, from which asCoptic and Egyptian; Latin, the relationship wasItalian, Spanish, and French; lastly, from the Teutonichappened German, English and Flemish.<$F E. Guichard.Harmonie ethymologique, 1606. CP.the classification of the same typeScaliger (Diatribe de Europaeorum linguis) or Wilkins (Anessay towards a real character, London, 1668,p.3 et seq.).>.Since the XVII century the relation of language to time is changed:now the time has languages one after the other inworld history; now the languages are deploying performance andthe words in the order, the law which theydefine yourself. Each language defines its specificityby means of this internal order and the place which heintended words, and not by their place inthe historical series. Time for a language is its internalthe method of analysis, not the place of his birth. Hence, as theslight interest in the classical era tochronological filiali, until its denial, in spite ofany "evidence" -- it comes o our evidence --kinship is Italian and French with Latin<$F Lt Blan.Theorie nouvelle de la parole, Paris, 1750. Latin languagepassed Italian, French and Spanish only"a few words".>. Historical ranks that existed inThe XVI century, and will arise again in the nineteenth, substituted typologies --typologies of order. There is a group of languages, which in the firstplace the object o which is spoken; then the action that hecommits or experiences; finally, the agent to which thisthe item operates: for example, French, English,Spanish.
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