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" The utility of the present work will he appreciated more especially by those who are engaged in the arduous process of translating into English a work written in another language. Simple as the operation may appear, on a superficial view, of rendering... "
Thesaurus of English Words: So Classified and Arranged as to Facilitate the ... - Seite 14
von Peter Mark Roget - 1854 - 468 Seiten
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The British Controversialist and Impartial Inquirer, Bände 3-4

1852
...truths, and whatever does not sti-ru to fall in with these, he looks at as a wonder or a He." + 2nd. " The use of language is not confined to its being the medium through which we comrauoicate our ideas to one another; it fulfils a no less important function as an instrument of...
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The World's Cyclopedia of Expression: Words Classified According to Their ...

Peter Mark Roget - 1884 - 706 Seiten
...engaged in the arduous process of translating into English a work written in another language. Simple aa the operation may appear, on a superficial view, of...of the author, is a task of extreme difficulty. The cultivation of this useful department of literature was in ancient times strongly recommended both...
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Music: A Monthly Magazine, Devoted to the Art, Science, Technic and ..., Band 8

1895
...I wish to make a quotation from Roget's Thesaurus, in the introduction of which the author says — "The use of language is not confined to its being the medium through which we communicate onr ideas to one another; it fills a no less important function as an instrument of thought; not being...
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Society Of Mind

Marvin Minsky - 1988 - 339 Seiten
...less there is in a treasure chest, the more you'll be able to put in it. 1 9.2 THE LANGUAGE-AGENCY The use of language is not confined to its being the medium through which we communicate ideas to one another. . . . Words are the instrument by which we form all our abstractions, by which...
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Historical Dictionary of Quotations in Cognitive Science: A Treasury of ...

Morton Wagman - 2000 - 271 Seiten
...associations. (Hebb, 1949, p. 118) WORDS Words Are the Means by Which We Form All Our Abstractions The use of language is not confined to its being the medium through which we communicate ideas to one another. . . . Words are the instrument by which we form all our abstractions, by which...
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