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ОбложкаThe social origins of language / ed.: D.Dor, C.Knight, J.Lewis. - Oxford; New York: Oxford university press, 2014. - xiv, 435 p.: ill. - (Studies in the evolution of language; vol.19). - Bibliogr.: p. 350-419. - Indexes: p.421-435. - ISBN 978-0-19-966532-7
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Оглавление / Contents
 
Acknowledgements ............................................. viii
List of Figures ................................................ ix
List of Tables .................................................. x
Notes on the Contributors ...................................... xi

1  Introduction: a social perspective on how language began ..... 1
   Daniel Dor, Chris Knight, and Jerome Lewis

   Part I. Theoretical Foundations
2  Why we need to move from gene-culture co-evolution to
   culturally driven co-evolution .............................. 15
   Daniel Dor and Eva Jablonka
3  Niche construction and semiosis: biocultural and social
   dynamics .................................................... 31
   Chris Sinha
4  Signal evolution and the social brain ....................... 47
   Camilla Power
5  How can a social theory of language evolution be grounded
   in evidence? ................................................ 56
   Sverker Johansson

Part II. Language as a Collective Object
6  The 'poly-modalic' nature of utterances and its relevance
   for inquiring into language origins ......................... 67
   Adam Kendon
7  BaYaka Pygmy multi-modal and mimetic communication
   traditions .................................................. 77
   Jerome Lewis
8  Language presupposes an enchronic infrastructure for social
   interaction ................................................. 92
   N.J. Enfield and Jack Sidnell
9  The instruction of imagination: language and its evolution
   as a communication technology .............................. 105
   Daniel Dor

Part III. Apes and People, Past and Present
10 Chimpanzee grooming gestures and sounds: what might they
   tell us about how language evolved? ........................ 129
   Simone Pika
11 Vocal communication and social awareness in chimpanzees
   and bonobos ................................................ 141
   Zanna Clay and Klaus Zuberbühler
12 Why humans and not apes: the social preconditions
   for the emergence of language .............................. 157
   Charles Whitehead
13 Language and collective fiction: from children's pretence
   to social institutions ..................................... 171
   Emily Wyman
14 The time frame of the emergence of modern language
   and its implications ....................................... 184
   Dan Dediu and Stephen C. Levinson
15 The evolution of ritual as a process of sexual selection ... 196
   Camilla Power
16 The red thread: pigment use and the evolution of
   collective ritual .......................................... 208
   Ian Watts
17 Language and symbolic culture: an outcome of hunter-
   gatherer reverse dominance ................................. 228
   Chris Knight

Part IV. Social Theories of Language Evolution
18 The co-evolution of human intersubjectivity, morality,
   and language ............................................... 249
   Jordan Zlatev
19 Forever united: the co-evolution of language and
   normativity ................................................ 267
   Ehud Lamm
20 Why talk? .................................................. 284
   Jean-Louis Dessalles
21 Vocal deception, laughter, and the linguistic significance
   of reverse dominance ....................................... 297
   Chris Knight and Jerome Lewis

Part V. The Journey Thereafter
22 Memory, imagination, and the evolution of modern language .. 317
   Simona Ginsburg and Eva Jablonka
23 Transmission biases in the cultural evolution of language:
   towards an explanatory framework ........................... 325
   N.J. Enfield
24 Breaking down false barriers to understanding .............. 336
   Luc Steels

References .................................................... 350
Index of Authors .............................................. 421
Index of Subjects ............................................. 425

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