Contents: Language and man in the history of linguistic thought – An inquiry into the functional view of language as
a tool of communication or a property of task-realizing communities – The linguistic properties of communicating individuals
and their role in the construction of an intersubjective world of meanings – On the ecosemiotic existence mode of language
in local and global linkage aggregations – Sociological aspects of linguistic pragmatics in the light of hard-sciences – In
favor of the notion of grammar as a network of interpersonal and intersubjective linkages – Applying an ecological model of
language to the external characteristics of Frisian – Exposing the markers of Frisian ethnicity through a semiotic perspective
– Presenting West Frisians as an aggregation of ecological linkages.