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adequacy 10“11, 30, 93, 129, 130“2 Britain 179, 180“1
adverbs 20“3 Burzio, L. 15
agreement 33“4, 36“7, 111“12, 115,
116, 117“18 Carter, Jimmy 185
arguments 24“5, 152 cartographic projects 29, 123“4
astronomy 98“9, 136“7 Case 28, 35“6, 112“13, 115“18, 121,
Avoid Pronoun Principle 31 122
censorship 163
Bach, Emmon 130 chemistry 54, 69, 71“2, 73, 102, 137“8,
Baker, Mark 23 153
bee communication 56, 74“5, 76, 138 Chinese 17, 19
behaviorism 141 Cinque, Guglielmo 23, 29
Belletti, Adriana 23, 34“5, 38“9 Clark, Wesley 169
Berkeley, George 100 click displacement 125“7
Berlin, Isaiah 162, 163 Clinton, Bill 165, 170“1, 176, 177
Berlin Wall 164, 171, 174 clitic constructions 27“8
Bernays, Edward 180, 182“3 cognitive revolution 2, 4, 69
Bever, Thomas 125 cognitive sciences 55, 62, 71, 72“3, 74
Bickerton, Derek 75 Cohen, I. Bernard 68
binding theory 8, 43“4, 152 Cold War 172, 174“5
biology 71, 138“47 commissars 162“3
Black, Joseph 54, 69, 151, 153 communication 45“7, 48, 63, 74“9,
Blair, Tony 177 86, 88, 107“8, 138, 144“6
bodies of doctrine 54, 55, 56, 60, 70, consciousness 59
73, 151“3 constructions 94
Boston Globe 170 copy theory of traces 33“4, 41“3
Boyle, Robert 59 coreference 6“7, 8, 9
brain see faculty of language (FL); Creationism 141
mind; mind“brain problem credibility 177“8



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Dalton, John 137 foreign aid 171“2
D™Arcy Thompson, W. 57, 90, 138, 142 Fox, D. 20
Darwin, Charles 7, 46“7, 48“9, 55, 77, free will 50, 58“9, 60
78 Frege, Gottlob 46
Davies, Paul 71 French 15, 18, 19, 21“3, 33“4, 37
Davy, Humphry 137 Full Interpretation 32
Deacon, Terrence 80“3 functional heads 22
democracy 180“2, 185 adverbs and 20“3
derivational economy 32“5 arguments and 24“5
Descartes, Ren´ 49“50, 51, 53, 66, 67,
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71 Galilean style 4, 98“102, 128
descriptive adequacy 10“11, 30, 129, Galileo 45, 48, 50“1, 53, 57, 58, 66,
130“2 98“9
design 103“4, 106“9 Gallistel, C. R. 64, 84“6
dislocation 89“90, 94, 113“16, 119“21, Garrett, Merrill 125
122, 125“7 Gauss, Karl Friedrich 101
dissidents 162“3, 164 Gell-Mann, Murray 136
Dobbs, Betty 52 generative grammar 3“4, 5, 12, 31, 48,
DP hypothesis 26“8 95
Dupoux, E. 16 geometry 101
German 13
East Timor 164“5, 179 “ghost in the machine” 53, 71
Eastern Europe 166“7 Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 142
grammar see generative grammar;
El Salvador 164, 165“8, 171
Ellacuria, Father Ignacio 165 particular grammars; Universal
Emonds, J. 21, 25 Grammar
Empty Category Principle (ECP) 19, Gramsci, Antonio 166
110, 136, 153 Gribbin, John 71
Encyclopaedia of Social Sciences 182 Grimshaw, J. 13
Euclid 101 Guatemala 183
Euler, Leonhard 52, 101
evolution 47, 57“8, 77, 78“81, 138“42, Hale, Ken 11
144, 146“51 Halle, Morris 99, 158
explanation 129“36 Hauser, Mark 63, 74“80, 138, 139“40,
explanatory adequacy 10, 11, 30, 93, 144“6
129, 130“2 Havel, Vaclav 167“8, 169
expletive constructions 32, 38“9 Heisenberg, Werner Karl 69
Extended Projection Principle (EPP) Helmholtz, Hermann L. F. von 58“9
115, 117“18 Hilbert, David 101
Hitler, Adolf 179“80
faculty of language (FL) 1, 7, 47“8, 64, Hornstein, Norbert 18
85“7, 89“90 Huang, James 18“19
Faroese 128 “humanitarian intervention” 179
features, uninterpretable 35“9, 88“90, Hume, David 52, 60, 65, 67
112, 115“16, 118, 152 Hussein, Saddam 173“4
Fodor, Jerry 125, 147 Husserl, Edmund 98



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Huygens, Christiaan 52 natural vs. formal 109“11, 122,
Hyams, N. 17 126“7, 156
non-configurational 11, 122
Icelandic 117 particular language (L) 86“7
imaging 160“1 perfection of 58, 90, 96“8, 105“9
Inclusiveness Condition 118“19 VSO languages 24“5
see also faculty of language
infinity of expressions 45“6, 50
inner speech 77, 148 language acquisition 5“9, 15“17, 30,
intelligibility 50“2, 53, 66, 67, 68, 100 80“2, 84“6, 93, 134“6
interfaces 8, 32, 121“2, 123, 157“60 language acquisition device (LAD) 85“6
language organ see faculty of language
internal languages 48, 64, 89
International Herald Tribune/Washington langue 1, 3, 31
Post 177 Lasnik, H. 7, 9, 38“9
Iraq 173“4 Lasswell, Harold 182
Irish 24 Lavoisier, Antoine 137, 153
island constraints 12“13, 39, 129“30, learning by forgetting 16
152 left periphery 25“6
Israel 178 Leibniz, Gottfried Willhelm von 52, 100
Italian 13, 18“19, 27, 34“5, 36, 40“1, Lewis, Anthony 167
117 Lewontin, Richard 80, 148“9
Lieberman, Philip 150“1
Jacob, Fran¸ois 57, 138
c Lightfoot, David 16
Jacob, Margaret 52 limit 101
Jakobson, Roman 112“13 Linear Correspondence Axiom (LCA)
Jay, John 181 136
Linguistic Inquiry 133
Johnson, K. 21
Jonas, Dianne 128 linguistic uniformity 147
Joos, Martin 139 adverbs and functional heads 20“3
arguments and functional heads
Kandel, Eric 74 24“5
Kayne, Richard 14, 20, 25, 33, 151 cartographic projects 29
Koopman, H. 24, 25 DP hypothesis 26“8
Kosovo 167, 169, 177 left periphery 25“6
Koyre, Alexander 52, 67
´ overt vs. covert movement 17“20
Kurds 169, 170“1 Lippman, Walter 180, 181
Kuroda, S. Y. 24 locality 39
Relativized Minimality 40“1
La Mettrie, Julien O. de 55 Subjacency 13“14, 39
Lange, Friedrich 60, 67“8 Locke, John 54, 55, 69“70
language Lockheed“Martin Corporation 175
and communication 45“7, 48, 76“7, Logical Form 18, 32, 41
78“9, 107“8, 144“6 Longobardi, Giuseppe 112
creativity 2, 50, 66
evolution 49, 78“81, 146“51 Machamer, Peter 49, 50
inner speech 77, 148 Madison, James 181, 183
internal languages 48, 64, 89 Mahathir Mohamad 172



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Marr, David 74 model of intelligibility 50“2, 53, 66,
materialism 66“7 67, 68, 100
mathematics 100“2, 136 More, Henry 59
Maugham, W. Somerset 76“7 Moro, A. 39
May, R. 18 morphology 33, 109, 111“18, 121“2
McCloskey, J. 24, 25 motion 52“3, 54“5, 57, 59
mechanical philosophy 49“52, 65“6 Mountcastle, Vernon 55, 63, 65
Mehler, J. 16
mental nature 49 NATO 168“9, 170, 177, 178, 179
merge 29, 37“9, 133“6 natural selection 47, 79“80, 139“42,
mind 54“6 149, 150
computer model 61“2 neoliberalism 185“6
res cogitans 50, 51 neurophysiology 69
theory of 49“50, 53 neuroscience 55, 84
see also mechanical philosophy; New York Times 167, 170
mind“body dualism; mind“brain Newton, Isaac 51“3, 54“5, 59, 67,
problem 100“1
mind“body dualism 49“50, 53, 70“1 Nissenbaum, J. 20
mind“brain problem 54“6, 61“3 non-configurational languages 11, 122
emergence thesis 55, 63, 64“74 nonalignment 171
ethological approach 63, 74“84 nuclear weapons 176“7
see also weapons of mass destruction
modular view of learning 64, 84“90
unification 55, 56, 61“3, 70“1
will and choice 58“9 Orwell, George 163“4, 165, 185
minimalism overt vs. covert movement 17“20
background 30“1
cartographic projects 123“4 parasitic gaps 128
parole 2“3
copy theory of traces 41“3
derivational economy 32“5 participial agreement 33“4
design 103“4, 106“9 particular grammars 8, 12, 14, 64
explanation 129“36 particular language (L) 86“7
imperfections 109“28 passive construction 14“15
locality 39“41 Pauling, Linus 69, 71
methodology 57, 98“102, 124“8 Periodic Table 137
morphology 109, 111“18, 121“2 Perlmutter, D. 15
natural vs. formal languages 109“11 Petty, William 59
optimality 106 Phase Impenetrability Condition 39
and other scientific domains 136“51 Phonetic Form 41
perfection 96“8, 105“9 Phonetic representation 87
phonology 118“19 phonology 118“19, 159
rejection of 124“8 phrase structure 132, 133“6
representational economy 32 physics 54, 67, 69, 71, 73, 99“100, 102,
roots 92“105 136
scope and perspectives 151“61 Pinker, Steven 79
uninterpretable features 35“9, 112, Poincare, Jules Henri 72
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Pollock, J.-Y. 20, 21, 22 secular priesthood 162“4, 165“6, 170,
Port Royal theorists 46, 48 171, 174, 177, 179, 180“3
Postal, Paul 152 semantic representation 87“8
poverty of stimulus 5“6, 8 semantics 110“11, 113“18, 121“2
power 183“4, 186 Semitic 25
Priestley, Joseph 55, 65 Shipman, Barbara 75
primary linguistic data 10 Skinner, B. F. 141
Principle of Non-coreference 7 Solzhenitsyn, Alexander 169
principles and parameters 11“17, Soviet Russia 162, 164, 171, 172
29“30, 95“6, 131, 151 Sportiche, D. 13, 24
Proceso 166“7 structuralist linguistics 139
propaganda 179“80, 181, 182“3, 184 subjacency 13“14, 39
Prout, William 137“8 subject drop 17
psychology 69, 102, 125, 182“3 subject inversion 34
public relations (PR) 180, 183“4 supervenience 73
syntax 3, 20, 28“9, 31, 109, 158“9
quark theory 136
questions 17“20 Thackray, Arnold 54
Quine, W. V. O. 126“7 theory of mind 49“50, 53
thought 41, 45, 54, 55, 70, 76, 108,
reconstruction 43“4 121“2
Redondi, Pietro 57 Tinbergen, Nikolaas 63, 74, 76, 84
referential signals 78 Trilateral Commission 185
Reinhart, T. 6, 8, 20 Truman, Harry 185
Relativized Minimality 40“1 Turing, Alan 49, 57, 66, 67, 90, 143
representational economy 32 Turkey 169, 170“1
representations 86, 87“8
res cogitans 50, 51 unification 54“6, 60, 61“3, 68, 70,
Rizzi, Luigi 9, 12, 14, 40 71“2
Romero, Archbishop 167 uninterpretable features 35“9, 112,
Rosenbaum, P. S. 40 115“16, 118
Ross, John Robert 129, 130 United States of America
rule system 93“4 adaptive planning 175
Russell, Bertrand 72 Committee on Public Information
179
Sapir, Edward 139 corporaization of 183“4
Saussure, Ferdinand de 2“3, 31 credibility 177“8
science 57“8, 61 democracy 181“2, 185
emergence thesis 65“70 deterrence strategy 173, 177“8
“hard problems” 59“60 and East Timor 164“5
mechanical philosophy 49“52, 65“6 and El Salvador 164, 165“8
methodology 98“102, 124“8 foreign aid 172
minimalism 136“51 government 181
model of intelligibility 50“2, 53, 66, military budget 173, 174
67, 68, 100 neoliberalism 186“7
unification 54, 60, 68, 70, 71“2 property rights 181



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United States of America (cont.) visual perception 58“9, 103“4
secret planning 172“3, 175 Voltaire 59
and the South 172, 173, 175“6
STRATCOM study 176“8 Walker, William 167
technology 174, 175, 176 Wallace, Alfred Russell 47
Washington Post 170“1
and Turkey 169, 170“1
Universal Grammar (UG) 8“9, 29, Watanabe, A. 20
64 Weak Islands 40“1
island constraints 12“13, 39, weapons of mass destruction 173“4,
129“30, 152 176“7, 178
passive construction 14“15 Weinberg, Steven 98, 99
principles and parameters 11“17, Welsh 25
29“30, 95“6, 131, 151 Whatmough, Joshua 99
subjacency 13“14 Williams, E. 24, 31
see also language acquisition; Wilson, E. O. 62
linguistic uniformity Wilson, Woodrow 179, 182
World War I 179“80
Vata 25
verb movement 21“3, 33 X-bar theory 93“4, 151
Verb“Subject“Object (VSO) languages
24“5 Yugoslavia 168“9, 170, 177, 178




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