Posted: October 5th, 2007
Language as a Window into Human Nature

Harvard University Psychologist Steven Pinker discusses the relationship between language and human nature. What do the names we give things — and even the prepositions and tenses we use — say about the way our minds work? This lecture, which took place at the New York Academy of Sciences, is based on Pinker’s new book, THE STUFF OF THOUGHT.


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