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|Language Acquisition||I 281
Learning/Chomsky: a child learns as well Japanese as English - pointless to ask "which hypotheses it reduces" - there must be more than the ability to associate - structural grammar does not yield the structures that we have to postulate as generative grammar.
Internal organization plays an important role for the perception, it determines an extremely restrictive initial scheme.
I VsGoodman 285
Learning a second language is not that different.
Learning/Chomsky: whether the evaluation function is learned or it is the basis for learning, is an empirical question.
Language learning: behaviorist/Quine: Conditioning, association - ChomskyVsQuine: additionally principles , only by them infinitely many sentenes are explainable.
Aspekte der Syntaxtheorie Frankfurt 1978
Language and Mind Cambridge 2006