Collected Papers by Henry Sweet, Henry Cecil Kennedy Wyld

By Henry Sweet, Henry Cecil Kennedy Wyld

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WORDS, LOGIC, AND GRAMMAR taneously, not one after the other, as we (1876) 21 are forced to express them in speech. Ttie simultaneity of conception is what is expressed by the copula in logic, and by the various forms of sentences in language. views are correct, the conand with them the whole If these version of propositions, the figures, fabric of Formal Logic follows that logic the ground. fall to It by no means entirely destitute of value, but is not arrive at the real substratum of truth until ehminated that part of the science which is more than an imperfect analysis of language.

It must be borne in mind that primitive man did not distinguish between phenomena and volitions, but included everything under the head of actions, not only the involuntary actions of human beings, such as breathing, but also the movements of inanimate things, the rising and setting of the sun, the wind, the flowing of water, and even such ; purely inanimate phenomena as the changing all voluntary actions. , attributes of in short, things were conceived as Hence the origin of verbs from the simple pronoun following.

A man cannot be beaten without feeling it, but he can be seen without knowing anything about it, and in many cases there is no action or volition at all involved in seeing. And in such a sentence as he fears the man the relations are exactly reversed, the grammatical nominative being really the object affected, while the gramverb, but with such verbs as ' ' ' ', matical accusative represents the cause, but as he is conceived as a passive cause, the fiction of object can still be maintained. The meaninglessness of the accusative is shown by the Thus Latin has further inconsistencies of its actual use in language.

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