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Language and Mind.

Language And Mind

Noam Chomsky

Cambridge University Press

40 West 20th Street, 7th floor, New York, NY 10011-4211

052167493X $24.99 1-800-872-7423 www.cambridge.org

Now in an updated third edition, Language and Mind presents Linguistics Professor Noam Chomsky's groundbreaking classic essays on linguistic theory. First published in the 1960s, Language and Mind includes the essays "Form and meaning in natural languages"; "The formal nature of language"; "Linguistics and philosophy"; and "Biolinguistics and the human capacity". An index rounds out this scholarly, heavily researched and annotated dissertation of the nuances of long-standing linguistic theoretical questions, problems, discoveries and issues, recommended for college libraries and language studies shelves.
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