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Phonological Architecture

A Biolinguistic Perspective

Bridget D. Samuels

Oxford Studies in Biolinguistics

  • No other title addresses phonology from a biological perspective
  • Accessible to a broad reader base (linguists, cognitive scientists, biologists), and - designed for non-specialists and specialists alike
  • Brings phonological theory in contact with Minimalist Syntax and Distributed Morphology
  • Discusses the origins of language change and variation

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