The Language Game: How improvisation created language and changed the world

Episode 244 November 01, 2022 00:09:22
The Language Game: How improvisation created language and changed the world
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The Language Game: How improvisation created language and changed the world

Nov 01 2022 | 00:09:22

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Marjolein Groot Nibbelink Nico Palomo Eddie Arrieta

Show Notes

In their book The Language Game, linguists Morten H. Christiansen and Nick Chater propose a series of novel concepts about the nature of language and how it’s developed. In his review of the book for MultiLingual Magazine, Stefan Huyghe wholeheartedly recommends the book to language lovers looking to learn a bit more about how we acquire our first languages.

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