Linguistic features

The Modularity Hypothesis (MH) holds that the brain is composed of a number of discrete modules.  Modules have two basic properties: (i) they are domain-specific (i.e. each module relates to a special area of cognition), and (ii) they are semi-autonomous (i.e. information can only be transferred across modules via interface levels).  The Language Faculty (FL) – or Universal Grammar (UG) – is one such module.  Read the full PDF here: Linguistic features

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