2000s

  • 2000. The Development of Adequate Formalism in Linguistics. Pp. 125-145 in Functional Approaches to Language, Culture and Cognition. Ed. by David G. Lockwood, Peter H. Fries and James E. Copeland (Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, vol. 163). Amsterdam-Philadelphia.
  • 2000. My Early Years in Machine Translation. Early Years in Machine Translation. Memoirs and Biographies of Pioneers 149-164. W. John Hutchins, ed. Amsterdam: Benjamins.
  • 2000-2001. What Constitutes Scientific Evidence in Paleolinguistics? Mother Tongue 6: 75-78.
  • 2001. Etymology. Pp. 4874-77 in International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences. Ed. by N.J. Smelser and Paul B. Bates. Oxford, Pergamon, 2001.
  • 2001. Il pre-indoeuropeo (8000 a.C.). Le radici prime dell' Europa 237-251. Gianluca Bocchi and Mauro Ceruti, eds. Milan: Bruno Mondadori.
  • 2001. Requirements in Current Indo-European Studies. Yazyk, Kultura: fakty i cennosti (Language and Culture: Facts and Values). Festschrift for Yury Sergeevich Stepanov on his 70th Birthday, pp. 61-67. E.C. Kubrjakova, T.E. Yanko, eds. Moscow: Yazyki Slavjanskoi Kul'tury.
  • 2003 (2000). Version in Active languages. General Linguistics 40, 1-4: 57-70.
  • 2003. Human Language and the Functioning of the Brain. [With Cristina Rinaldi.] Logos and Language 4, 1: 17-33.
  • 2003. Realism in Indo-European Linguistics. Pp. 245-55 in Language in Time and Space. Festschrift for Werner Winter on the Occasion of his 80th Birthday. Ed. by Brigitte L.M. Bauer and Georges-Jean Pinault. Berlin and New York: Mouton de Gruyter.
  • 2004. Derivational Morphology of the Early Indo-European Verb. Studies in Baltic and Indo-European Linguistics, pp. 113-124. Ed. by P. Baldi and P. W. Dini. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
  • 2004. Some Proposals for Historical Linguistic Grammars. Southwest Journal of Linguistics 23, 2: 145-156.
  • 2006. The Role of Intercultural Studies in the Development of Linguistics. Intercultural Communication Studies XV, 3: 1-8.

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