D.M. Robertson University of Edinburgh
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Current research concerns the evolution of language and cognition as it relates to the thesis of embedded and extended cognition.
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  1. D. Robertson Jr (1977). Some Disputed Chaucerian TerminologyArticle Author Queryrobertson Dw [Google Scholar]. Speculum 52 (3):571-581.
    Chaucer's language may be obscure to us for various reasons. There are, in the first place, words like viritoot in the Miller's Tale that are etymologically obscure, so that aside from the evidence of the context and conjecture we lack any means of making a preliminary assessment of their meanings. Others are subject to occasional doubts, often unexpressed. For example, it has always seemed to me that embosed in The Book of the Duchess would make more sense as a word (...)
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  2. D. Robertson (1926). Euripides oder Menander? Hermes 61 (3):348-350.
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  3. D. Robertson (1914). The Beasts, Birds and Bees of Virgil by Royds, T. F. [REVIEW] Isis 2:205-205.
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