The quantum-mechanical approach to the description of language and its evolution

Authors

  • Aleksandr Bukalov

Keywords:

monogenesis, language, quantum principle of complimentarity, formal and semantic description, linguistics, psyche, thinking

Abstract

On the base of consideration of the phenomenon of language and speech as the quantum wave process it is proposed the new linguistic laws of evolution of the all languages from the united ancient language. It is shown that the formal-comparative and semantic approaches in the researches of language as paradigms reciprocally eliminate each other, according to the author quantum principle of complimentarity between the formal and semantic aspects of human thinking and the corresponding objects descriptions.

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How to Cite

Bukalov, A. (2007). The quantum-mechanical approach to the description of language and its evolution. Origin of Language and Culture: Ancient History of Mankind, 1(6), 5–8. Retrieved from https://publishing.socionic.info/language/article/view/182

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