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  1. Is Recursion Language-Specific? Evidence of Recursive Mechanisms in the Structure of Intentional Action.Giuseppe Vicari & Mauro Adenzato - 2014 - Consciousness and Cognition 26:169-188.
    In their 2002 seminal paper Hauser, Chomsky and Fitch hypothesize that recursion is the only human-specific and language-specific mechanism of the faculty of language. While debate focused primarily on the meaning of recursion in the hypothesis and on the human-specific and syntax-specific character of recursion, the present work focuses on the claim that recursion is language-specific. We argue that there are recursive structures in the domain of motor intentionality by way of extending John R. Searleā€™s analysis of intentional action. We (...)
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