Reflections on Language

Reflections on Language is a 1975 book in which the linguist Noam Chomsky argues for a rationalist approach to human nature in which human capability is seen as innate rather than a blank slate upon which psychological and social forces act (empiricism).[1] The New York Times selected the book as among the year's best.[2]

Reflections on Language
AuthorNoam Chomsky
SubjectSocial science
PublisherRandom House
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