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- Leonard Bloomfield, A set of postulates for the science of language, 1926.
- Charles Hockett was an American linguist whose work followed in many respects that of Leonard Bloomfield.
- First, a penchant for the scientific gave rise to American Structuralism under the strong hand of Leonard Bloomfield.
- He also made the acquaintance of many American linguists and anthropologists, such as Franz Boas, Benjamin Whorf, and Leonard Bloomfield.
- According to Leonard Bloomfield, a word is a minimum free form (compare: a sentence is a maximum free form, according to Bloomfield).
- After Boas, the two most influential American linguists were Edward Sapir (died 1939) and Leonard Bloomfield (died 1949).
- Following fieldwork in Kickapoo and Michoacán, Mexico, Hockett did two years of postdoctoral study with Leonard Bloomfield in Chicago and Michigan.
- Then he went on studying under Edward Sapir and Leonard Bloomfield at the University of Chicago.
- While enrolled at Ohio State, Hockett became interested in the work of Leonard Bloomfield, a leading figure in the field of structural linguistics.
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