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  • Evola, Vito (2003) A Hermeneutic Model of Sacred Literature and Everyday Revelation. In Proceedings Empirical Methods in Cognitive Linguistics, Cornell University.
  • Evola, Vito (2004) Blending the Erotic and the Divine in Mystical Literature. In Proceedings Language, Culture & Mind: Integrated Perspectives & Methodologies in the Study of Language, University of Portsmouth (UK).
  • Cangelosi, Angelo and Parisi, Domenico (2002) Computer simulation: A new scientific approach to the study of language evolution, in Cangelosi, Angelo and Parisi, Domenico, Eds. Simulating the Evolution of Language, chapter 1, pages pp. 3-28. Springer Verlag.
  • Cangelosi, Angelo (2000) Evolution of Symbolisation in Chimpanzees and Neural Nets. In Desalles, J.L. and Ghadakpour, L., Eds. Proceedings Third International Conference on the Evolution of Language, pages pp. 40-44, Paris.
  • Kashkin, Vyacheslav B. (1996) GRAMMAR AS A PROCESS: Choice Factors in Teaching and Translation.
  • McNeill, David and Duncan, Susan D. (1998) Growth Points in Thinking-for-Speaking.
  • Allott, Robin Michael (1994) Motor theory of language origin: The diversity of languages, in Wind, Jan and Jonker, Abraham and Allott, Robin and Rolfe, Leonard, Eds. Studies in Language Origins Volume 3, pages pp. 125-160. John Benjamins.
  • Dennett, Daniel C (1994) Review of Jackendoff/Pinker. The London Review of Books 16(12):pp. 10-11.
  • Hurford, Jim (1998) The interaction between numerals and nouns, in Plank, F., Eds. Noun Phrase Structure in the Languages of Europe. European Science Foundation.
  • Kashkin, Vyatcheslav B. (1997) UNIVERSAL SEMANTIC CONTINUA AND FUNCTIONAL GRAMMATICAL INTEGRALS. In Bogushevich, Dmitry G., Eds. Proceedings Cognitive Linguistics at the End of the 20th Century, pages pp. 32-38, Minsk, Republic of Belarus.

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