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Historical linguistics

Evolutionary linguistics


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  • Kastner, Charles W. (2003) A hierarchy of languages, logics, and mathematical theories.
  • Galbi, Dr. Douglas (2001) A New Account of Personalization and Effective Communication. Technical Report, WCB, FCC.
  • Kastner, Charles W. (2003) A theory of glossogenesis.
  • 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).
  • Hurford, James R and Kirby, Simon (1998) Co-Evolution of Language-Size and the Critical Period, in Birdsong, David, Eds. New Perspectives on the Critical Period Hypothesis and Second Language Acquisition. Lawrence Erlbaum.
  • Steklis, Horst Dieter and Harnad, Stevan (1976) From hand to mouth: Some critical stages in the evolution of language, in Harnad, Stevan and Steklis, Horst Dieter and Lancaster, Jane B., Eds. Origins and Evolution of Language and Speech, pages pp. 445-455. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 280.
  • Harnad, Stevan (2000) From Sensorimotor Praxis and Pantomine to Symbolic Representations. In Proceedings The Evolution of Language. Proceedings of 3rd International Conference, pages pp. 118-125, Paris.
  • Harnad, Stevan (1976) Induction, evolution and accountability, in Harnad, Stevan and Steklis, Horst D. and Lancaster, Jane B., Eds. Origins and Evolution of Language and Speech, pages pp. 58-60. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences.
  • Zwaan, Rolf and Kaup, Barbara and Stanfield, Robert and Madden, Carol (2000) Language comprehension as guided experience.
  • Freedman, David A. and Wang, William (1996) Language polygenesis: A probabilistic model. Anthropological Science 104:pp. 131-137.
  • Skoyles, John R. (1992) Mirror script. Nature 377:pp. 25-26.
  • Allott, Robin (2000) The Articulatory Basis of the Alphabet, in Bichakjian, Bernard H. and Chernigovskaya, Tatiana and Kendon, Adam and Moller, Anke, Eds. Becoming Loquens, pages pp. 166-199. Peter Lang.
  • Hurford, James R (1998) The evolution of language and languages, in The Evolution of Culture. Edinburgh University Press.
  • Allott, Robin (1991) The motor theory of language, in von Raffler-Engel, Walburga and Wind, Jan and Jonker, Abraham, Eds. Studies in Language Origins Volume 2, pages pp. 123-157. John Benjamins.
  • Skoyles, John R. (1990) The origin of Classical Greek culture: Hunter-gatherers of the alphabet. Journal of Social and Biological Structures 13:pp. 321-353.
  • Skoyles, John R. (1988) Vowels of civilization. New Scientist 120(1644/1645):pp. 69-73.

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