Du geste à la parole
Chapitre V: Processus sensoriels, représentations cérébrales et actions motrices dans la parole : une brève histoire
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PROCESSUS SENSORIELS, REPRÉSENTATIONS CÉRÉBRALES ET ACTIONS MOTRICES DANS LA PAROLE : UNE BRÈVE HISTOIRE
Jean-François P. Bonnot
Throughout the modern history of generative grammar, the problem of determining the general nature of language has been approached “from top down,” so to speak : How much must be attributed to UG to account for language acquisition? The minimalist program seeks to approach the problem “from bottom up”: How little can be attributed to UG while still accounting for the variety of internal languages attained, relying on third factor principles?
(N. Chomsky, 2007, p. 19.)
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