John Locke, the Individual, and the Origin of CommunicationQuarterly Journal of Speech (1989)
AbstractExamines the ascendance of communication as a general term for human discourse and its association in the late twentieth century. Theoretical reflection of communication on language and society; Conditions in which communication can be defined; John Locke's essay concerning human understanding.
Publication DateNovember, 1989
Citation InformationJohn Durham Peters. "John Locke, the Individual, and the Origin of Communication" Quarterly Journal of Speech Vol. 75 Iss. 4 (1989)
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