Integrationism is a new development in the theory of communication that has far-reaching implications for many social, political, legal, philosophical and psychological issues of our time. It offers a radical departure from traditional Western assumptions about language and communication. More...
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JUNE 23-26, 2014
In recent years intellectuals and educators have called for a new humanism based on rationality, secularism, and scientific knowledge. The university curricula and schools thus conceived are to enable their students to become responsible citizens as well as independent critical thinkers.
This conference intends to explore the (present-day) concept of humanism and its concomitant models of 'the human' from an integrational perspective.
Linguistics Out of Bounds: Explorations in Integrational Linguistics in Honour of Roy Harris on his 80th Birthday
Language Sciences, Volume 33, Issue 4 (July 2011) Edited by David Bade and Adrian Pablé
35 short articles from many scholars on various aspects of Roy Harris’s work, including a survey of published reviews, and a Roy Harris bibliography for 1996-2010
Paperback edition of
Language Teaching: Integrational Linguistic Approaches
Routledge, New York (2009) Edited by Michael Toolan
This book demonstrates the relevance of an integrational linguistic perspective to a practical, real-world need, namely the learning of languages
Special themes: (1) Semantics for Robots: Utopian and Dystopian Visions in the Age of the ‘Language Machine’; (2) Semiology of Writing; (3) Supercategories and the Language Myth University of Birmingham, July, 2011
Linguistic Theory in the 21st Century: Integrational Perspectives
Colloquium, The University of Hong Kong, May 2010