Includes bibliographical references (pages 214-248) and index.
Ancient Greece and Rome -- Languages and language learning from late antiquity to the Carolingian renaissance -- The Middle Ages -- From discovery of the particular to seventeenth-century universal languages -- General grammar through the nineteenth century -- Conceptualization of universal grammar and second language learning in the twentieth century.
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