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Mutual Exclusivity: Communicative Success Despite Conceptual Divergence

@inproceedings{Smith2005MutualEC,
  title={Mutual Exclusivity: Communicative Success Despite Conceptual Divergence},
  author={A. Smith},
  year={2005}
}
Traditional explanatory accounts of the evolution of language frequently appeal to a “conventional neo-Darwinian process” (Pinker & Bloom 1990: 707), assuming that humans have evolved an innate, genetically-encoded language acquisition device, which specifies a formal coding of Universal Grammar (Chomsky 1965), and which evolved incrementally through a series of steps via natural selection (Jackendoff 2002). An alternative approach focuses instead on the evolution of linguistic structures… Expand
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