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Linguistic Structure and Change: An Explanation from Language Processing

by Thomas Berg

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In linguistic studies, the term "explanation" does not live up to what the philosophers of science intend it to mean. In these pages, "explanation" is put on firmer theoretical footing via a relation of language to the various contexts in which it is embedded. A detailed analysis of the psychological context in particular shows that language processing provides a fruitful approach to explaining linguistic structure and change.

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