One Language

Source of All Tongues

Arnold D. Wadler

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Classic study on the origin of human language, tracing it back to pre-Columbian America.

Format:
paperback
Size:
234 x 156 mm
Publisher:
Lindisfarne Books
Subject:
Art & Literature
Extent:
324 pages
ISBN:
9781584200468
Publication date:
25 Jan 2007

Description

Following the Tower of Babel story, language historians have long searched for a possible original language from which all others developed. Dr Wadler, inspired by his study of Rudolf Steiner's ideas, spent thirty years researching different languages and the connections between them; this book was the remarkable result. Wadler argues that pre-Columbia America holds the key to understanding the origin of human language and culture.

This book is a classic of spiritual scientific literature.

Reviews

'The book is one which cannot fail to be of the greatest use and interest to all whose concern is with the word as a means of approach to the spiritual world and to the history of the human being.'
-- Owen Barfield

Author

Dr Arnold Wadler was a Swiss linguist whose book 'Der Turm von Babel' was first published in Basel in 1935.

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