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Theory of Speech, language - Noam Chomsky

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  1. The two views on the subject of grammar
  2. The universality of a set of genetically known grammatical rules
  3. The I-language and the E-language

While Noam Chomsky is perhaps better known for his liberal political views and philosophies which support a variety of social causes, such as helping the poor, condemning wars, violence, and poverty, he is also a world renowned linguist. Chomsky has developed interesting theories in speech which would make him one of the most important linguists of the twentieth century, and would set the field of linguistics into debate over the universality of speech. In his theories of speech, which includes generative grammar and the Chomsky hierarchy, he outlines the universality of languages with mathematical and anecdotal evidence which would seem to provide compelling reasons to make people believe they have more in common than would seem.

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