This century promises the death of most of the world's languages, but John McWhorter assures us we probably won't miss them.
John McWhorter. In depicting the emergence of the world's languages as a curse of gibberish, the biblical tale of the Tower of. Babel makes us.
But, McWhorter notes, the ability to draw representative thought patterns or cultural The Cosmopolitan Tongue: The Universality of English.
Both McWhorter's "The Cosmopolitan Tongue: The Universality of English" and Lesley Newson's "Cultural Evolution and the shaping of Cultural.
An article by Columbia professor John McWhorter appears in the Fall edition of the World Affairs Journal. "The Cosmopolitan Tongue: The.
Somehow I missed John McWhorter's article 'The Cosmopolitan Tongue: the universality of English' in the World Affairs Journal last autumn.
McWhorter on the death of languages a recent essay by linguist John McWhorter, “The Cosmopolitan Tongue: The Universality of English”.
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