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by Stephen R. Anderson

Author: Stephen R. Anderson
Subcategory: Words Language & Grammar
Language: English
Publisher: Cambridge University Press (September 23, 2002)
Pages: 284 pages
Category: Reference
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Categories: Linguistics\Linguistics. Publisher: Cambridge University Press

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By Stephen R. Anderson, David W. Lightfoot. By Stephen R.

stephen r. anderson is Professor of Linguistics and Cognitive Science at Yale University. He is the author of The Organization of Phonology (1974), Phonology in the Twentieth Century (1985), and A-Morphous Morphology (1992). david w. lightfoot is Dean of the Graduate School, Georgetown University. Linguistics as Cognitive Physiology.

Part 1 1. Linguistics from Antiquity till the Seventeenth-Century. Physiological and cognitive components of anxiety sensitivity /. Taryn Nicole. 2. The Eighteenth and. 3. The Twentieth-Century: Europe. 4. The Twentieth-Century: America. Part 2 5. Predicate Calculus: from Aristotle to Generalized Quantifiers. 6. The Study of Meaning.

This study treats human language as the manifestation of a faculty of the mind, which is seen as a mental organ whose nature is determined by human biology and whose functional properties should be explored as physiology explores the functional properties of physical organs. The book surveys the nature of the language faculty in its various aspects: the systems of sounds, words, and syntax, the development of language in the child and historically, what is known about its relation to the brain.