Biological Foundations of Linguistic Communication: Towards a Biocybernetics of Language
This is the second of two volumes the first volume being Waltraud Brennenstuhl's Control and Ability (P&B III:4) treating biocybernetical questions of language. This book starts out from an investigation of the (neuro-)biological relevancy of natural language from the point of view of grammar and the lexicon. Furthermore, the basic mechanisms of the self-organization of organisms in their environments are discussed, in so far as they lead to linguistic control and abilities.
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1 LINGUISTICS AND BIOLOGY
LANGUAGE AND BIOLOGICAL STRUCTUFOE
2 NEUROBIOLOGY GRAMMAR AND LEXICON
THE EVOLUTION OF COGNITION AND COMMUNICATION
BLASTEMATICS AND PRORHEMATICS Towards a Procedural Biolinguistics
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