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Bloomfield's conclusion that "the causes of sound change are unknown against the background of his acknowledgment that "every conceivable cause has been alleged."
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Twentieth-century discussion of the causes of change has been polarized into arguments for autonomous factors; limited to language structure and the act of speaking, or for the pre-eminence of external, social factors.
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