Discerning the Historical Source of Human Language

Faith Magazine 41 (5):10-12 (2009)
Abstract
The problem of the emergence and evolution of natural languages is seen today by many specialists as one of the most difficult problems in the cognitive sciences. We believe that a key to unravelling this enigma is the close relationship of language to mathematics.
Keywords emergence and evolution of natural languages  proto-semitic germ of language  Big-Bang episemological paradigm
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