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Readership: Linguists and biologists from advanced undergraduate level upwards, as well as cognitive scientists and philosophers.
Sergio Balari, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona and Fellow Researcher, Centre de Lingüística Teòrica (UAB), and Guillermo Lorenzo, University of Oviedo
Sergio Balari is a Professor of Linguistics at Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona and Guillermo Lorenzo is Professor of Linguistics at Universidad de Oviedo. They are members of an interuniversity team currently working on the developmental basis and evolutionary origins of language, with funds provided by the Spanish Government and FEDER. Sergio Balari is also a member of the Centre de Lingüística Teòrica (Universitat Autònoma de
Barcelona). They have coauthored several articles in leading journals such as Biolinguistics, Biological Theory and International Journal of Evolutionary Biology.
"With the aim of explaining the biological constraints underpinning human language evolution, the authors bridge linguistics, biology, and mathematical theories, providing a fresh interdisciplinary perspective on this field of studies." - Piera Filippi, Biological Theory
1: The Pains of Being Owenians/Chomskyans/Cartesians at heart
2: My Beloved Monster
3: The Dead End of Communication
4: On True Homologues
5: Computational Homology
6: Introducing Computational Evo Devo
7: Other Minds