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"The ubiquity of "expressive language" and its protean character imposes on those who desire to study it the acceptance of a truly interdisciplinary view, i.e., the willingness to recognize the contributions that the perspectives of other disciplines offer to one's own studies, without striving to reduce all perspectives to one's own."
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Werner, Heinz, "On Expressive Language" (1955). Heinz Werner Lectures. 14.