Biology, Culture and the Emergence and Elaboration of Symbolization

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Introduction The human language capacity presents biological and cognitive sciences with a striking paradox, since this capacity is unique, even though its biological, cultural and communicative foundations are in large measure shared with non-human species. It is widely known that humans share around 95% of their genetic material with their closest primate… (More)

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@inproceedings{Sinha2002BiologyCA, title={Biology, Culture and the Emergence and Elaboration of Symbolization}, author={Chris Sinha}, year={2002} }