What’s Your Capacity for Language? See What Chomsky Thinks.
They DON'T evolve?
I have re-watched this several times, always intrigued by Chomsky’s notion that what happens internally (within the mind) when one acquires language must be simple because language evolved relatively quickly over the course of human history. The complexity we experience with language is a result of its “discrete infinity.”
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