Volume 18 · Number 1 · Pages 063–068
Author’s Response: Towards a Paradigm Change in Language Studies

Alexander V. Kravchenko

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Abstract: Instead of trying to transform orthodox linguistics into a science, language researchers should focus on the new epistemological foundations of language science, facilitating the oncoming change in the scientific paradigm.

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Kravchenko A. V. (2022) Author’s response: Towards a paradigm change in language studies. Constructivist Foundations 18(1): 063–068. https://constructivist.info/18/1/063

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