Relief of Sámuel Brassai in Szeged
|Born||15 June 1797
Torockószentgyörgy, Hungary (now Colțești, Alba, Romania)
|Died||24 June 1897
Kolozsvár, Hungary (now Cluj-Napoca, Romania)
|Occupation||Linguist, natural scientist, mathematician, musician, philosopher|
Sámuel Brassai (15 June 1797 – 24 June 1897) was centenarian a linguist and teacher sometimes called "The Last Transylvanian Polymath." In addition to being a linguist and pedagogue he was also a natural scientist, mathematician, musician, philosopher, essay writer, and a regular member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. He is perhaps best known for teaching methods.
- É. Kiss, Katalin. 2008. A Pioneering Theory Of Information Structure. Acta Linguistica Hungarica, Vol. 55 (1–2), pp. 23–40.
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