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Noam Chomsky on linguistics in his book "Why Only Us"

April 21 wrapped up one of the final lectures at the UA from esteemed linguistics professor emeritus at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and renowned intellectual, Noam Chomsky.
He cited a few of the ideas behind his latest book “Why Only Us: Language and Evolution,” which he co-wrote with Robert Berwick, professor of computational linguistics and computer science at MIT.

Noam Chomsky on linguistics in his book "Why Only Us"

Noam Chomsky on linguistics in his book "Why Only Us"

April 21 wrapped up one of the final lectures at the UA from esteemed linguistics professor emeritus at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and renowned intellectual, Noam Chomsky. He cited a few of the ideas behind his latest book “Why Only ... Read More

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