Category Archives: Linguistics

2019

2019 is nearing its end so I thought this is a good reason to look back on what this year has brought us with regard to all things physics, linguistics and sci-comm. Quanta magazine has, as usual, nice overviews of … Continue reading

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Random links

It’s time for a linkfest again. We start off with some philosophy of linguistics on The Brains Blog where David Pereplyotchik talks about his book Psychosyntax. He discusses three different philosophical approaches towards linguistics, cognitivism, platonism and nominalism. To get … Continue reading

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phantasia[i] now with RSS

For those of you who are interested in good linguistics blogs, phantasia[i] now has RSS (use this link). Nothing should stop you now from being constantly up to date in the linguistics bloggosphere.

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More linguistics links

News on the linguistics blogs front: Heidi Harley has a new post (after 3 years đŸ˜‰ ) about a light bulb moment about Hiaki echo vowels where she accessibly explains an idea she had about a problem she encountered. Dan … Continue reading

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Linguistics links

The Nautilus issue on Language has come to an end, and it’s… mixed. After highlights by David Adger, Christof Koch discusses (at least at the end of his article) whether language is necessary for consciousness or not. Next is a … Continue reading

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New linguistics blog!

There is a new blog in town – phantasia[i], by Kirill Vasiltsov! He has nice posts e.g. on acceptability, the Poverty of the Stimulus argument and of course on merge (or Merge or MERGE). I’ll add him to my overview … Continue reading

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David Adger in Nautilus and other stuff

The latest issue of Nautilus is devoted to language, and against all expectations they actually have valuable article about linguistics there (not just linguists that are asked to pontificate about Donald Trump’s language, although there is that as well). First … Continue reading

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