FYI: Quote about Chomsky/TIME, Vocal Emotions
Shari L Cole <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote on Thu, 1 Apr 1999|
Subject: TIME Chomsky Reference
>A short time ago I pulled a reference to an interview in TIME from the
>Linguist List. I don't know who sent it in because after I wrote i
>down, I erased the message. Would someone with the correct reference
>be so kind as to forward it to me? The reference TIME, A changed Noam
>Chomsky simplifies by Margalit Fox, December 5, 1998 does not exist.
At 10:30 13/04/99 +0000, Shari Cole wrote:
>Thank you for responding to my question. Many people responded and
>through those responses I now have a complete reference .....
>THE NEW YORK TIMES, Dec. 5, 98, pgs. A15 & A17, A changed Noam Chomsky
>simplifies his revolution, by Margalit Fox.
>Also appearing in the Canadian daily, NATIONAL POST, on the Discovery
>page A17, Dec. 8, 98, same title, same author.
It appears that a very similar article about Chomsky also appeared at the
following site, written by a different author.
January 1999 Agora Newsletter Vol. 5 No.1
Chomsky Reinvents Himself
"Noam Chomsky who is considered the father of modern linguistics, has
simplified his approach to how humans acquire language and how they work...."
"Despite the change in his theory, Chomsky's ultimate goal is the same, "is
trying to find out how humans really work." (article by Kara Schwartz)"
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