The final blow to Universal Grammar: Studies show the language capacity predates humans.

Georgetown University Medical Center has recently conducted a research which concludes that there´s not a special area of the brain dedicated to language but we make use of two areas of the brain, which exist in every animal. The two… Continue Reading

A theory of language acquisition without Universal Grammar

Universal Grammar is not the mere ability we all have to learn a language, but an innate language system that is universal to all languages. This theory is false because it equals our brains to computers, which is the same… Continue Reading