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2009, vol. 33, br. 4, str. 1169-1190
Za i protiv neodarvinizma - primer jezika i muzike
Univerzitet u Nišu, Filozofski fakultet

e-adresamantovic@gmail.com
Ključne reči: muzika; jezik; adaptacija; rekurzivnost; pripadnost grupi; širenje konotacija
Sažetak
Ovaj rad razmatra pitanje potencijalnog nastanka ljudske muzičke i jezičke kognitivne sposobnosti darvinovskom evolucijom. U literaturi se u vezi sa ovom tezom javljaju dve grupe stavova: radikalni, po kojima su ove dve sposobnosti same klasični vidovi evolucione adaptacije i umereni, po kojima se radi o sposobnostima koje su samo emergirale na osnovu nekih drugih bazičnijih evolucionih adaptacija. Autor sugeriše da istraživanje potencijalnih formalnih, neuroloških i razvojnih veza između dve sposobnosti može da pomogne da se stavovi dve suprotstavljene škole približe. U tom kontekstu, analiziraju se rekurzivnost, pripadnost grupi i širenje konotacija kao značajni konstrukti koji mogu da pomognu da se rasvetli poreklo muzike i jezika.
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