(Poli)geny na język. Prolegomena do lingwistyki genetycznej

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Adrian Krysiak

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The paper is intended as an introduction to the field of genetic linguistics. The author tries to answer the question of what it means for a language to be a Darwinian adaptation and gives a few examples of “language genes”. Some perspectives for further research have been indicated as well.

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