[Review of Der Ursprung der Sprache, by Ludwig Geiger]
Human Species, Comparative Philology
Criticises Ludwig Geiger's contention that language began with an original 'cry of language' induced by the sight of a body or face, and instead favours a number of 'historical, stages in the primitive development of language' (243).
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