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Chomsky and the Universal Grammar
Noam Chomsky's fame initially arose from his work as a linguistic philosopher and his still controversial suggestion that the human brain is somehow equipped at birth with a Universal Grammar out of which all human languages later develop. It is mainly with regard to this aspect of Chomsky's thought that I wish to comment here.
Added: Mar 10 2004
Category: Language Articles: Linguistics: Chomsky