Jan Baudouin de Courtenay

Jan Niecisław Ignacy Baudouin de Courtenay (13 Maret 1845 – 3 November 1929) adalah seorang linguis dan Slavis asal Polandia,[1] yang dikenal karena membuat teori foneme dan alternasi-alternasi fonetik. Sepanjang sebagian besar masa hidupnya, Baudouin de Courtenay bekerja di universitas-universitas Kekaisaran Rusia: Kazan (1874–1883), Dorpat (kini Tartu, Estonia) (1883–1893), Kraków (1893–1899) di Austria-Hongaria, dan St. Petersburg (1900–1918).[2] Pada 1919–1929, ia menjadi profesor di Universitas Warsawa.

Jan Baudouin de Courtenay
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Lahir13 Maret 1845
Radzymin, Polandia Kongres
Meninggal3 November 1929 (1929-11-04) (aged Kesalahan ekspresi: Operator < tak terduga)
Warsawa, Polandia
Minat utama
Fonologi
Gagasan penting
Teori foneme dan alternasi-alternasi fonetik
Dipengaruhi

CatatanSunting

  1. ^ Iłowiecki, Maciej (1981). Dzieje nauki polskiej. Warszawa: Wydawnictwo Interpress. hlm. 219–220. ISBN 978-83-223-1876-8. 
  2. ^ Бодуэн де Куртенэ, Иван Александрович // Новая иллюстрированная энциклопедия. Кн. 3. Би-Ве. — М.: Большая Российская энциклопедия, 2003. — 256 с.: ил. — С. 27 — 28. — ISBN 978-5-85270-195-4 (кн. 3), ISBN 978-5-85270-218-0.

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