Table of contents for The Cambridge companion to Chomsky / edited by James McGilvray.

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Part I. Chomsky on the Human Language: 1. Chomsky's science of language Neil Smith
2. Plato's problem, UG, and the language organ David Lightfoot
3. Grammar, levels, and biology Howard Lasnik
4. How the brain begets language Laura-Ann Petitto
5. Chomsky and Halle's revolution in phonology B. Elan Dresher
6. Universal aspects of word learning Lila Gleitman and Cynthia Fisher
Part II. Chomsky on the Human Mind: 7. Empiricism and rationalism as research strategies Norbert Hornstein
8. Innate ideas Paul Pietroski and Stephen Crain
9. Mind, language, and the limits of inquiry Akeel Bilgrami and Carol Rovane
10. Meaning and Creativity James McGilvray
Part III.  Chomsky on Values and Politics: 11. Market values and libertarian socialist values Milan Rai
12. The individual, the state, and the corporation James Wilson
13. Noam Chomsky: the struggle continues Irene Gendzier
14. The responsibility of the intellectual Jean Bricmont.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Chomsky, Noam