Evolution as Fact, Theory, and Path

Abstract

With its vocabulary of hundreds of thousands of words, one might expect English to boast a surplus of ways to express different concepts. Indeed, there are many well-known examples of multiple descriptors for the same item or idea, often one or more from the Germanic and others from the Latinate roots of modern English. In addition to the diversity… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s12052-007-0001-z

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