FROM HAND TO MOUTH: SOME CRITICAL STAGES IN THE EVOLUTION OF LANGUAGE

@article{Steklis1976FROMHT,
  title={FROM HAND TO MOUTH: SOME CRITICAL STAGES IN THE EVOLUTION OF LANGUAGE},
  author={H. D. Steklis and S. Harnad},
  journal={Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences},
  year={1976},
  volume={280}
}
ABSTRACT: An evolutionary scenario for the evolution of language, beginning with handedness, gesture and pantomime, then propositions and speech, resulting in an all-purpose symbol system capable of expressing any proposition. 

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