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Topoi 4 (2):187-191 (1985)
|Abstract||It is well known that, in France, this important movement, which originated in Port-Royal, did not remain exactly on the same basis during its development. In this paper we attempt to show how a new concept (the logical analysis of sentence from phrase) was proposed by Du Marsais (see grammatical articles of the Encyclopédie), Beauzée (1767) and, finally, Letellier (1805, 1811).|
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