What kind of system is language? – On the revelance of General Systems Theory to language studies

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Elżbieta Łukasiewicz

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Łukasiewicz, E. (2018). What kind of system is language? – On the revelance of General Systems Theory to language studies. Scripta Neophilologica Posnaniensia, (8), 97-113. https://doi.org/10.14746/snp.2006.08.07
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