What separates language from animal communication: an evolutionary perspective
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This paper is an attempt to discover a single cognitive missing link that underlies all of the extant significant distinctions between language and animal communication noted and observed by scholars from various disciplines.
Since I circulated the paper a couple of months ahead of my talk, I will not repeat the contents during my presentation. I look forward to a lively exchange with all of my colleagues during the seminar.
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