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" No doubt, a reasonable model of language use will incorporate, as a basic component, the generative grammar that expresses the speaker-hearer's knowledge of the language; but this generative grammar does not, in itself, prescribe the character or functioning... "
Aspects of the Theory of Syntax - Page 9
by Noam Chomsky - 1969 - 261 pages
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Transformational Grammar as a Theory of Language Acquisition: A Study in the ...

Bruce L. Derwing - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1973 - 346 pages
...'incorporates a generative grammar as a fundamental component' (p. 465). 'No doubt,' Chomsky asserts, 'a reasonable model of language use will incorporate,...perceptual model or a model of speech production' (1965a, p. 9).* 1 None of these observations is original. Gleason, for example, as early as 1964 (p....
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Noam Chomsky: Critical Assessments, Volume 1; Volume 4

Carlos Peregrín Otero - Linguistics - 1994 - 923 pages
...identified as the grammar. Much work has assumed that it should; Chomsky (1965: 9), for example, states, 'No doubt, a reasonable model of language use will...expresses the speaker-hearer's knowledge of the language.' This assumption has been questioned on a number of occasions (see, for example, Bever 1970; Katz 1981),...
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General Linguistics

Francis P. Dinneen - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1995 - 646 pages
...Realization. Chomsky defined TG's early research objectives by proposing that A reasonable model of language will incorporate, as a basic component, the generative...expresses the speaker-hearer's knowledge of the language. (Chomsky 1965:9) How language-knowledge fits within a model of language-use is not specified. Aspecto-research...
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Two Sciences of Mind: Readings in Cognitive Science and Consciousness

Seán Ó Nualláin, Paul Mc Kevitt, Eoghan Mac Aogáin - Philosophy - 1997 - 498 pages
...representation of language. One of the best-known expressions of this hope is Chomsky's competence hypothesis: '...a reasonable model of language use will incorporate,...the speaker-hearer's knowledge of the language...' (Chomsky 1965:9) But, she says, despite many expressions of hope by linguists, and despite intensive...
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What's Within?: Nativism Reconsidered

Fiona Cowie - Philosophy - 1999 - 334 pages
...generative grammar that expresses his knowledge of his language" (1965:8), with the consequence that "[n]o doubt, a reasonable model of language use will...expresses the speaker-hearer's knowledge of the language" (1965:9). By co-opting grammars to serve as an account of the mental states constituting linguistic...
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Vigencia de Jean Piaget

Emilia Ferreiro - Philosophy - 1999 - 134 pages
...y el funcionamiento psicológico: "No doubt, a reasonable model of language use will incorpórate, as a basic component, the generative grammar that...expresses the speaker-hearer's knowledge of the language"* (Chomsky, 1965:9). Los psicólogos intentaron probar la realidad psicológica del modelo a través...
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Ellipsis and Nonsentential Speech

Reinaldo Elugardo, Robert J. Stainton - Computers - 2005 - 262 pages
...competence/performance distinction: To avoid what has been a continuing misunderstanding, it is perhaps worthwhile to reiterate that a generative grammar is not a model...perceptual model or a model of speech production. (Chomsky, 1965. 9) The reason that, as Stanley correctly notes, theories of generative syntax are to...
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