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The Evolution Of Human Languages

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Complex adaptive systems are all around us, and include such diverse examples as the immune system, the world economy, and the study of language. The evolution of human languages has been the most recent research activity of the Santa Fe Institute. Among the themes of this research are the search for general principles of complex adaptive systems, their broad implications, ...more
Hardcover, 400 pages
Published October 20th 1992 by Westview Press (first published October 20th 1991)
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