Magsj wrote:I'd say that Linguistics is linked to Psychology, as that subject is to do with the mind, how it works, and how language came into being.
I would still say Psychology, as the subject you are approaching is discussed in many a book on how language and words evolved over time...objet petit a wrote:Very true in the sense that thinking is Lingual, however, in this case it has to do with an etymology of a word and the evolution thereof, about which I have some questions. That is more in a scientific sense I think. Could you reconsider your statement and let me know to what conclusion you come the second time (if not too much trouble of course)? I would also like you to consider if it would be prudent to ask for a new subforum in this case. Although I am now reconsidering my statement and thinking Psychology might be the best place for it after all.
I meant in terms of the forums available here, but thanks for the clarification.objet petit a wrote:Allright, I will post it there later. For now I would like to have said that you probably mean that Linguistics are a part of Psycho-Analysis. There is a big difference with Psychology. Just a thought.
TheStumps wrote:1) obscurity sucks
2) I would say it falls under the classification of, "other", for ILP and "other" is the experimental forum.
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