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for philosophical questions concerning the nature, origins, and usage of natural language

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Chomsky has never advocated "innate ideas" -- his position has been that humans have innate knowledge, which is a different thing. You can just as well phrase that as having an innate cognitive facult …
answered May 6 '15 by user6726
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I assume you are familiar with the concept of an interrogative sentence, and you specifically are asking about questions, not interrogative sentences, which are characterized by their form. However, I …
answered May 14 '15 by user6726
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Although I'm a linguist, I'm going to not give a report on the sociology of the term as used in the field (though the quick answer is "yes"). Instead, I will focus on the basic conceptual distinctions …
answered May 19 '15 by user6726
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The term "native language" doesn't have a standard legal definition. In the US, it has a statutory definition for federal educational purposes (funding-related), as "the language normally used by such …
answered May 18 '15 by user6726