Table of contents for Of minds and language : a dialogue with Noam Chomsky in the Basque country / edited by Massimo Piattelli-Palmarini, Juan Uriagereka, and Pello Salaburu.


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1. Introduction
Part 1: Overtures
2. Opening Remarks, Noam Chomsky
3. The nature of Merge: Consequences for Language, Mind, and Biology, Cedric Boeckx
4. Evoling: The Nature of the Language Faculty, Marc D. Hauser
5. The Foundational Abstractions, C. R. Gallistel
6. Pointers to a Biology of Language?, Gabriel Dover
7. Language in an Epigenetic Framework, Donata Vercelli
8. Brain Wiring Optimization and Non-Genomic Nativism, Christopher Cherniak
Part 2: On Language
9. Hierarchy, Merge, and Truth, Wolfram Hinzen
10. Two Interfaces, James Higginbotham
11. Movement and Concepts of Locality, Luigi Rizzi
12. Uninterpretable Features in Syntactic Evolutiion, Juan Uriagereka
13. The Brain Differentiates Hierarchical and Probabilistic Grammars, Angela D. Friederici
14. Round Table: Language Universals: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow, Cedric Boeckz, Janet Dean Fodor, Lila Gleitman, Luigi Rizzi
Part 3: On Acquisition
15. Innate Learning and Beyond, Rochel Gelman
16. The Learned Component of Language Learning, Lila Gleitman
17. Syntactic Acquisition: An Evaluation Measure After All?, Janet Dean Fodor
18. Remarks on the Individual Basis for Linguistic Structures, Thomas G. Bever
Part 4: Open Talks on Open Inquiries
19. The Illusion of Biological variation: A Minimalist Approach to the Mind, Marc D. Hauser
20. What is There in Universal Grammar? On Innate and Specific Aspects of Language, Itziar Laka
21. Individual Differences in Foreigh Sound Perception, Nuria Sebastian-Galles
22. Language and the Brain, Angela D. Friederici
23. Conclusion, Noam Chomsky
Bibliography
Index



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Language and languages.
Biolinguistics.
Language acquisition.