The Case Against Noam Chomsky - Mental Processing
The Case Against Noam Chomsky and Mental Processing, volumes one and two of A Biological Philosophy, are about philosophy, cognitive psychology, and linguistics. The first volume presents the theory of speech as interpretation of feelings and language as a social practice. In linguistics this distinction has not been made leading to great confusion in the science. The second volume describes how feelings are created in mental processes (complex, high-speed neural processes) as a function of an individual (unconsciously and consciously) interpreting himself in relation to the environment. - The first volume is presented as a case against Chomsky in view of Chomsky's theories offering a complete contrast to the ideas of a biological philosophy in all its aspects.
A Case Against Noam Chomsky, A Biological Philosophy Volume 1 BOUND TOGETHER IN ONE COVER WITH Mental Processing, A Biological Philosophy Volume 2.
- Paperback: 575
- Publisher: Russia Advisory Group (May 2010)
- ISBN: 978-952-99785-7-1
- Product Dimensions: 23.5 x 15.5 x 3.3 cm
- Electronic version available (PDF)
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