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Chomsky [electronic resource] : ideas and ideals / 2nd ed

Chomsky [electronic resource] : ideas and ideals / 2nd ed

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개인저자
Smith, N. V. (Neilson Voyne).
서명 / 저자사항
Chomsky [electronic resource] : ideas and ideals / Neil Smith.
판사항
2nd ed.
발행사항
Cambridge :   Cambridge University Press,   c2004.  
형태사항
1 online resource (xiv, 282 p.).
기타형태 저록
Print version:   Smith, N. V.   Chomsky : ideas and ideals   2nd ed   0521546885   (211009) 000045123586  
ISBN
9780511606779 (ebook) 9780521837880 (hardback) 9780521546881 (paperback)
요약
Noam Chomsky is one of the leading intellectual figures of modern times. He has had a major influence on linguistics, psychology and philosophy, and a significant effect on many other disciplines, from anthropology to mathematics, education to literary criticism. In this rigorous yet accessible account of Chomsky's work and influence, Neil Smith analyses Chomsky's key contributions to the study of language and the study of mind. He gives a detailed exposition of Chomsky's linguistic theorizing, discusses the psychological and philosophical implications of Chomsky's work, and argues that he has fundamentally changed the way we think of ourselves, gaining a position in the history of ideas on a par with that of Darwin or Descartes. This second edition has been thoroughly updated to account for Chomsky's most recent work, including his continued contributions to linguistics, his further discussion on evolution, and his extensive work on the events of September 11th, 2001.
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Title from e-Book title page.  
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Issued also as a book.  
일반주제명
Linguistics.
주제명(개인명)
Chomsky, Noam.  
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Preface to the second edition	p. xi
Acknowledgments for the first edition	p. xiii
Introduction	p. 1
    Chomsky''s achievement	p. 1
    On heroes and influences	p. 4
1	The mirror of the mind	p. 6
    Linguistics as a science	p. 7
        The nature of idealization	p. 10
        Common sense	p. 14
    Modularity	p. 15
        Double dissociation	p. 19
        Modules and quasi-modules	p. 23
        Intelligence and "learning"	p. 24
    Competence and performance	p. 25
        Competence and grammar	p. 26
        Rules	p. 27
        I-language and E-language	p. 28
    Performance, parsing, and pragmatics	p. 32
        Parsing considerations	p. 32
        Pragmatic considerations	p. 34
        Competence and performance versus I-language and E-language	p. 35
    Evolution and innateness	p. 36
        Language acquisition	p. 37
        Poverty of the stimulus	p. 38
        Word meaning	p. 39
        Universals	p. 40
    Natural language and the language of thought	p. 43
    Summary	p. 45
2	The linguistic foundation	p. 46
    Introduction	p. 46
    Knowledge of language	p. 47
        The lexicon	p. 47
        Knowledge of structure	p. 49
        Knowledge of structural relations	p. 50
    Levels of representation	p. 53
        Constituents and rules	p. 54
        Deep structure	p. 56
    Description versus explanation	p. 58
        From rules of principles	p. 60
        The elimination of PS rules	p. 63
        X-bar theory	p. 64
    Government and Binding theory	p. 66
        Binding theory	p. 66
        Locality	p. 68
        Theta theory	p. 69
        Case theory and government	p. 70
    Empty categories	p. 73
    The status of transformations	p. 76
    Principles and parameters	p. 78
        Lexical and functional categories	p. 80
    Minimalism	p. 83
        Economy	p. 86
        The elements of Minimalism	p. 88
        Perfect syntax	p. 92
    A historical progression	p. 93
    Evolution	p. 94
3	Psychological reality	p. 97
    Causality and observability	p. 99
        Psychological reality and the nature of evidence	p. 101
        Intuitions	p. 103
    Language processing	p. 109
        The derivational theory of complexity	p. 110
        Grammars and parsers	p. 112
        Parsing problems	p. 115
        Economy	p. 117
    Language acquisition (Plato''s problem)	p. 119
        Teaching versus learning	p. 119
        Learning versus growing	p. 120
        Parameter setting	p. 120
        The critical period hypothesis	p. 123
        Maturation	p. 126
    Language pathology	p. 129
        Agenesis of the corpus callosum	p. 129
        The polyglot savant	p. 130
        Specific language impairment (SLI)	p. 131
    Connectionism: the behaviorists strike back	p. 133
4	Philosophical realism: commitments and controversies	p. 138
    Commitments	p. 138
        Realism	p. 138
        I-language revisited	p. 140
        Representation and computation	p. 141
        Naturalism	p. 142
        Mentalism	p. 144
        Tacit knowledge	p. 145
        The mind-body problem	p. 146
    Controversies	p. 147
        Language and the world	p. 147
        Language and the community	p. 150
        Language and the individual	p. 156
        Problems of semantics	p. 162
        Innateness	p. 167
        Unification and reduction	p. 173
    Conclusions	p. 175
5	Language and freedom	p. 176
    Explanation and dissent: the common threads	p. 176
        Relentless dissent	p. 176
        Common sense and theory	p. 176
    Rationality, modularity, and creativity	p. 179
        Rationality	p. 179
        Modularity	p. 181
        Malleability and plasticity	p. 182
        Creativity	p. 184
    The anarchist background	p. 185
        The Encyclopedistes	p. 188
    The critique of (American) foreign policy	p. 189
        Vietnam	p. 191
        East Timor	p. 192
    9-11: terrorism and the "war on terror"	p. 194
    The critique of domestic policy	p. 197
        Pig farming in Haiti	p. 198
        Drug trafficking	p. 199
    The critique of media control	p. 200
        Murder	p. 202
        Third world elections	p. 202
        The treason of the intellectuals	p. 203
    The technique of dissection	p. 204
        The exposure of warped perspective	p. 205
        The exposure of suppressed precursor events	p. 206
        The exposure of debased language	p. 207
    Moral absolutes and options for the future	p. 209
        The Faurisson affair	p. 209
        Islamic fundamentalism	p. 210
        Authority	p. 212
    The positive program	p. 212
Conclusion	p. 214
Envoi	p. 216
Notes	p. 217
Bibliography	p. 248
Index	p. 276

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