English language Essay | English as a Young and Changing Discipline

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English as a Young and Changing Discipline

Summary: An undergraduate's study of the English language as a discipline. This essay examines English as a communicative tool that transcends boundaries that divide disciplines. It questions the philosophies and psychology of language and the place of the English language in society.
This essay takes an interdisciplinary approach to discussing the English language as a young and changing discipline. It draws on theories from the fields of philosophy, psychology, semiotics, physical science, and critique for reinforcement of the author's own ideals or ideas about the English language. The most appealing order to the essay was to begin with philosophy as a metaphysical approach with touches of idealism and humanism fusing with idealistic-empiricist- sense-experience approaches through psychology, physical science, and semiotics. Making sense of the English language is in itself a process and this essay is an attempt to mimic (mimesis) that order whilst trying to build bridges between the various disciplines. Aristotle held the concept of art as mimesis, the imitation of reality. How I perceive this process and how I manage to express it (if this may be considered art) depends on how enabled...

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