Simplicity to the exclusion of ‘others’

October 23, 2006

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For the longest time (ok, three days) I had *no* idea what this meant, but I think it refers to the three criteria necessary for an adequate theory of grammar, one of them going under the heading of “simplicity.”

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2 Responses to “Simplicity to the exclusion of ‘others’”

  1. The Ridger Says:

    I love this blog, I must say. And I particularly love this entry.

  2. marginaling Says:

    Thank you! I think this post will be hard to beat, agreed.


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