Toward better mutual understanding

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 26 (6):695-702 (2003)
Abstract
The commentaries show the wide variety of incommensurable viewpoints on language that Foundations of Language attempts to integrate. In order to achieve a more comprehensive framework that preserves genuine insights coming from all sides, everyone will have to give a little.
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