3. The role of feedback in language use

The human brain remains of reference for feedback processes in language use, since neither linguistic competence nor linguistic performance are mere abstract entities but are mediated by the physical structure of the human brain (Puppel, 1992). Program and feedback to be compared for neuro-behavioral priority in self-preservation, universalist tendencies in linguistics are analyzed with concern … Continue reading 3. The role of feedback in language use

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The Latin demeanor

BOY READING CICERO, FRESCO BY VINCENZO FOPPA

Why do we say circles, if we say cats? The thing here is about pronouncing the Great Seal annuit cœptis, knowing what and why. We may take a few clues from languages along ancient Roman trade routes, from how people talked money. READ MORE