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Semantics in the brain’s lexicon — Some preliminary remarks on its epistemology

  • Helmut Schnelle
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Part of the Linguistica Computazionale book series (LICO, volume 9)

Abstract

A discussion of basic properties of a new, neurobiologically motivated linguistics based formally on dynamical systems theorizing rather than on combinatorial symbolic structuring.

Keywords

State Space Linguistic Theorize Computational Theory Mental Entity Phrase Structure Grammar 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Helmut Schnelle
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  1. 1.Sprachwissenschaftliches InstitutRuhr-Universität BochumGermany

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