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Foundations of Language. Brain, Meaning, Grammar, Evolution.
Oxford University Press, 2002. 498p. Hardback. Jackendoff engages in a moderate and reasonable way with some of the critics of Chomsky's many controversial claims ... well written and provides a valuable and interesting account of the Chomskian approach to linguistics and how Jackendoff thinks this school of thought should reform itself in order to respond better to some of the intellectual challenges that it currently faces. Applied Cognitive Psychology 28/02/2003 (Publisher's information).
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