Imperialismus linguisticus

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Imperialismus linguisticus fit si quae lingua princeps populis linguarum minorum plus minusve voluntarie imponitur. Quae potestas plerumque aut militaris aut oeconomica est.

Definitiones[recensere | fontem recensere]

Talia etiam mundializationi deberi possunt, cum partes culturae dominantis cultibus civilibus minus felicibus minantur.[1]

Notiones imperialismo linguistico contrariae ecce nonnullae: diversitas culturae, multilinguismus, usus linguae auxiliaris internationalis. Res maximi valoris ab latere Esperantico de iusta et aequata internationali communicatione scripsit Helveticus psychologus et pristinus Nationum Unitarum interpres multilinguis Claudius Piron.

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Confer tractationem Geraldi Knowles e Encyclopaedia Britannica exhaustam.

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Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

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