By Lyle Jenkins
Книга Biolinguistics: Exploring the Biology of Language Biolinguistics: Exploring the Biology of Language Книги Иностранные языки Автор: Lyle Jenkins Год издания: 2001 Формат: pdf Издат.:Cambridge collage Press Страниц: 278 Размер: 1,9 ISBN: 0521003911 Язык: Английский0 (голосов: zero) Оценка:This booklet investigates the character of human language and its value for the research of the brain. It asks what language is from a organic perspective and what the relative contribution of nature and nurture is whilst a toddler learns his or her language. eventually it asks how human language advanced and considers the similarities and modifications among human language and animal verbal exchange platforms. Uniquely, it argues that genetic or organic endowment performs a extra vital position within the aquisition of language than guide, studying, or cultural determinants.
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Appeared to be at odds with the conclusion that language design is innate. Again, if the abstract arguments for innateness are strong, one could well opt to follow Eddington’s rule: “it is also a good rule not to put overmuch confidence in the observational results that are put forward until they have been confirmed by theory” (Eddington, 1935:211). But if we ignore Pinker’s “converging evidence,” and even perhaps some “diverging evidence,” haven’t we abandoned the canons of rational scientific inquiry (methodological naturalism)?
Not there when nobody looks”: “We often discussed his notions on objective reality. I recall that during one walk Einstein suddenly stopped, turned to me and asked whether I really believed that the moon exists only when I look at it” (Mermin, 1990:81, citing A. Pais). In a set of interesting essays, the solid state physicist David Mermin discusses Einstein’s unsuccessful attempts to reconstruct what he called “objective reality” (Mermin, 1990). Mermin argues that Einstein was less concerned about the statistical issue (“God doesn’t play dice”) than he was about the implications of quantum theory, in particular the Heisenberg uncertainty relations, in undermining “objective reality,” where objects could be assigned properties, independent of measurement (while agreeing that there were limits to what could be measured on a quantum scale).
But often linguists are held to a higher standard by philosophers, cognitive scientists, and even by many other linguists. ” We discuss an example of this in a review of Chomsky’s Rules and Representations by Colin McGinn (McGinn, 1981). McGinn lists several “Chomskian theses” (p. 288), of which the following two are considered here: 3 4 The date of Planck’s essay is not provided, but it appears to predate Einstein’s work on special relativity. Weinberg is actually speaking through the figure of “Scrooge” in a discussion with “Tiny Tim” about the meaning of quantum mechanics, including the interpretation of the EPR paradox (see below).
Biolinguistics: Exploring the Biology of Language by Lyle Jenkins