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Belgrade Philosophical Annual
2005, br. 18, str. 87-140
jezik rada: srpski
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objavljeno: 02/06/2007
Da li je jezik urođen?

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U ovom tekstu usredsredićemo se na debatu o urođenosti jezika između nativista i empirista u njenom aktuelnom obliku. U prvom odeljku definisaćemo najvažnije pojmove i pokušaćemo da na najjasniji mogući način predstavimo šta to znači biti nativista ili biti empirista. Ceo drugi odeljak biće posvećen brojnim svedočanstvima koja se navode u prilog lingvističkog nativizma, dok se u trećem bavimo slavnim argumentom koji se poziva na oskudicu stimulusa. U četvrtom, završnom odeljku, sumiraćemo rezultate koji pokazuju nadmoć lingvističkog nativizma u odnosu na sve do sada ponuđene empirističke alternative.

Ključne reči

innateness; language; nativism; empiricism; poverty of stimulus

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