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Les « mystères » de l'émergence du langage

@inproceedings{Victorri2005LesM,
  title={Les « myst{\`e}res » de l'{\'e}mergence du langage},
  author={B. Victorri},
  year={2005}
}
Dans cette contribution, nous nous demandons pourquoi les langues humaines sont comme elles sont. Nous ne nous demandons pas pourquoi les hommes possedent un systeme de communication leur permettant d'echanger des informations, mais pourquoi ils possedent ce systeme bien particulier qu'est le langage. Nous decrivons donc quelles sont ces proprietes de nos langues qui les differencient radicalement des autres systemes de communication que l'on connait, avant de chercher a pourquoi ce sont ces… Expand
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