In Latin “lege artis” means according to the law of the art, skillfully, according to all the rules, properly, perfectly.

Language
Yesterday

Comparative-historical linguistics
Folklore studies
History of the language
Historical phonology and morphology
Historical semantics

Language
Today

Culture studies
Discourse Analysis
Grammar
Hermeneutics
Lexicology
Stylistics
Text Linguistics

Language
Tomorrow

Cognitive grammar
Cognitive lexicology
Cognitive linguistics
Cognitive poetics
Cognitive stylistics
Cognitive semiotics

 

Lege Artis. Language yesterday, today, tomorrow is a peer-reviewed journal of University of SS Cyril and Methodius in Trnava published twice a year (June and December). Each issue includes twelve research papers.

We are pleased to announce that from May 2016 our journal has partnered with De Gruyter Open, a leading publisher of Open Access academic content. Publishing in all major academic disciplines, De Gruyter Open is home to nearly 400 own and third-party scholarly journals and to over 200 books. The company is part of the De Gruyter publishing group (degruyter.com).

For the full-text versions of articles from Lege Artis please refer to the journal‘s new address on De Gruyter Open‘s platform.