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3 Naturalizing the study of language: biolinguistics Those who construct naturalistic theories of specific subject matters generally aim to accommodate their specific science to at least one other natural science – perhaps a more general one, or a more specific one. This is just doing what any natural scientist does: accommodate physics to chemistry, for example, or accommodate major parts of biology to organic chemistry. Accommodating linguistics to biology has been one of Chomsky’s aims virtually from the beginning, but certainly it was an aim by the time he wrote CL.

It became more and more apparent that the basic rules/principles and structures of language did not differ that much after all. The phrases of all languages, for example, have heads and complements, and lexical items in all languages seem to “project” phrasal structure in the same way. ” Movement of elements (“transformations,” displacement) seemed to become far more tractable; a single rule: “move anything anywhere” was proposed, a rule – it was supposed – that would be constrained by a few other factors.

The only internal and presumably ‘natural’ machinery relied upon are some sensory capacities and some form of generalized learning procedure, cashed out perhaps in a version of associationism and/or behaviorism embedded in a plastic neural net. The procedure might consist in some kind of statistical sampling procedure lodged in what starts out as an undifferentiated neural net, a modern empiricist’s version of Locke’s blank slate. Not all empiricists are methodological dualists. But that is not because they think that languages and concepts are somehow natural objects.

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