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Here we stand—Creative observers of language. Approches du langage: Actes du colloque interdisciplinaire tenu a Paris. Sorbonne, Serie 'Etudes' 16. Ricoeur, Paul. 1981. Hermeneutics and the human sciences. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Rorty, Richard. 1986. Method and morality. Values and the social sciences, ed. by Robert Bellah & Paul Rabinow. ) Ross, Haj. 1982. Human linguistics. Contemporary perceptions of language: Interdisciplinary dimensions. Georgetown University Round Table on Languages and Linguistics 1982, ed.
The risks of interdisciplinary efforts are described by Henry Widdowson (Chapter Seven): The conventions of the paradigm not only determine which topics are relevant. They determine too the approved manner of dealing with them: what counts as data, evidence, and the inference of fact; what can be allowed as axiomatic, what needs to be substantiated by argument or empirical proof. The paradigm, therefore, is a sort of cultural construct . . So the way language is conceived by another discipline, informed by another set of beliefs and values (the culture of a different tribe of scholars) tends to be seen as irrelevant, inadmissible, or misconceived.
Ross Haj. 1986. Languages as poems. Languages and linguistics: The interdependence of theory, data, and application. Georgetown University Round Table on Languages and Linguistics 1985, ed. by Deborah Tannen & James E. Alatis, 180-204. C: Georgetown University Press. LANGUAGE IN PARTICULAR: A LECTURE 35 Stein, Gertrude. 1966. The making of Americans. New York: Something Else Press. Stein, Gertrude. 1974. How writing is written. Los Angeles: Black Sparrow Press. Tyler, Stephen. 1978. The said and the unsaid: Mind, meaning, and culture.