THE HISTORY OF LINGUISTICS IN SPAIN by Antonio Quilis Morales, Hans-Josef Niederehe

By Antonio Quilis Morales, Hans-Josef Niederehe

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Um den neuen Anforderungen gerecht zu werden,begeben sich sowohl Fernández de Palencia als auch Nebrija zu Studienzwecken nach Italien und bringen von dort die Lehren der Humanisten mit und deren sprachliche Schulung. Hier jedoch enden die Gemeinsamkeiten. Während Fernández de Palencia seinen Broterwerb später hautpsächlich als köninglicher Historio­ graph findet,setzt Nebrija seine ganze Schaffenskraft ein zur Realisierung des humanistischen Programms. Ihre Werke weisen also keine Ähnlichkeiten auf, auch nicht,und das mag trotz allem erstaunlich sein,ihre Lexika.

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