Fractals and Sentence Production
Language is a highly complex system. Modern linguistics, however, pays little if any explicit heed to this complexity. It reflects the complexity of language, in its labyrinthine theorizing. But it does not attempt to come to grips with this complexity in any concrete way. Rather than focussing on abstract, emergent structures, it revels in the intricate, subtlely patterned details.
KeywordsSystem Element Conceptual Semantic Linguistic Form Mental Structure Sentence Production
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