Language Evolution and Computation Bibliography

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On the subcortical bases of the evolution of language
New Essays on the Origins of Language, pages 21-40, 2001
Although most studies on the evolution of the neural bases of human language no longer overtly accept the tenets of phrenology, they implicitly accept the proposition that particular regions of the brain constitute the “seats” of language, thinking, memory, and so on. And ...
Protothought had no logical namesPDF
New Essays on the Origins of Language, pages 117-130, 2001
The evolutionary history of any complex system, such as human cognition or the human language capacity, necessarily starts with something simpler. This is not to deny that evolution can sometimes simplify. But the dominant evolutionary trend is from simple to ...