Gold's theorem and cognitive science

Philosophy of Science 70 (4):571-592 (2004)
Abstract
A variety of inaccurate claims about Gold's Theorem have appeared in the cognitive science literature. I begin by characterizing the logic of this theorem and its proof. I then examine several claims about Gold's Theorem, and I show why they are false. Finally, I assess the significance of Gold's Theorem for cognitive science.
Keywords Acquisition  Cognitive Science  Language  Learnability  Science  Gold, E
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DOI 10.1086/423752
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