Problems of projection

@article{Chomsky2013ProblemsOP,
  title={Problems of projection},
  author={Noam Chomsky},
  journal={Lingua},
  year={2013},
  volume={130},
  pages={33-49}
}
With the crystallization of the “generative enterprise” half a century ago, two concepts became salient: the initial state and final states of the language faculty, respectively, UG (the genetic component) and I-languages. Since then inquiry has gained far greater scope and depth. It has also led to sharpening of fundamental principles of language. At first, descriptive adequacy appeared to require rich and complex assumptions about UG. A primary goal has always been to overcome this deficiency… Expand

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