Beyond the Apparent∗ Cognitive Parallels Between Syntax and Phonology

  • Vijay-Shanker Joshi 1985 Joshi
  • Published 2014


One of the central changes in 20th century linguistics was the reconceptualization of language as a cognitive ability rather than merely an abstract relational system of signs — in the terminology of Chomsky (1986), the move from E-language to I-language. This shift entails that linguistic theory is no longer measured exclusively by empirical coverage… (More)

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