Mind and Language 16 (1):69–75 (2001)

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This commentary is in two sections. The first presents some specifically linguistic evidence regarding Dehaene’s statement that, in animals and prelinguistic humans, only very small numbers can be represented accurately 1. The second section contains some more general reflections on Dehaene’s work
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