Foundations of language

brain, meaning, grammar, evolution

By Jackendoff, Ray

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ISBN
978-0-19827-012-6
Publisher
Oxford ; Oxford University Press, 2002.


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Reviewed on February 15, 2002

Jackendoff (linguistics, Brandeis Univ.) tackles the substantial tasks of assessing where Noam Chomsky's foundation of research has led linguistics and reinterpreting his theory of universal grammar. While embracing many of Chomsky's ideas, Jackendoff proposes his own overall theory of language. His well-documented discussion covers "combinatoriality" (or grammar rules) and language processing, as well as lexical and phrasal sema...Log In or Sign Up to Read More

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