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ABSTRACT. The central principle of linguistic philosophy is that the traditional problems of philosophy are not genuine problems at all but confusions generated by misunderstandings about language or by the misuse of it. The findings of psycholinguistics strongly support the claim that grammatical information is not merely an artefact of theory but is psychologically real.

 

Written by MARIN TURLEA
 
 
 

 

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