‘Linguistic Variation’ discusses the origins of phonological variation and cross-linguistic differences more generally. It discusses arguments for the poverty of the stimulus, biases in language acquisition, the nature of inductive generalization, and how to represent the types of variation found in phonological feature and rule systems.
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