Noam Chomsky Linguistics Philosophy

Noam Chomsky Linguistics Philosophy
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In this 89-minute lecture Noam Chomsky concentrates on his primary scholarly field of Linguistics. He explains his revolutionary theory of Universal Grammar alongwith the philosophical implications inherent in his proposal as well as a heavy helping of Chomsky’s illuminating asides. He even talks about the ape, Coco, who some researchers unsuccessfully tried to teach sign language. For those less familiar with his Linguistic side this talk is a capable summary.

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