To lingvister i dialog om Chomskys sprogteori. De er fuldstændigt uenige, men kommer de tættere på hinanden?

Translated title of the contribution: Two linguists engage in a dialogue about Chomsky’s language theory. They are completely at odds, but will they grow closer?

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Abstract

Noam Chomsky’s influence on linguistics in the last half century is probably greater than that of any other linguist. At the age of 94, he is giving a lecture (online) at Aarhus University on February 10, 2023. On the occasion of the event, Peter Bakker and Ken Ramshøj Christensen, both from Aarhus University, sat down to discuss the significance of Chomsky’s generative theory. Both are educated within the theory, but where Peter Bakker abandoned his ‘faith’ in the model several decades ago, Ken Ramshøj Christensen still works within Generative Grammar (abbreviated below as GG). Many years ago, Peter Bakker was thesis supervisor for Ken Ramshøj Christensen’s MA thesis, which was about GG and aphasia. Ken Ramshøj Christensen (KRC) and Peter Bakker (PB) interview each other about Chomsky and GG.
Translated title of the contributionTwo linguists engage in a dialogue about Chomsky’s language theory. They are completely at odds, but will they grow closer?
Original languageDanish
Publication date20 Jan 2023
PublisherLingoblog.dk
Publication statusPublished - 20 Jan 2023

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