Boundary of the firm by Martin Slater

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Although there are alternative structural theories available and some linguists are deeply critical of Chomsky’s theory, Chomsky and his work seem to remain preeminent when social scientists invoke linguistic theory. Trained as a linguist, Chomsky also writes and is known as a philosopher. He is an ardent advocate of a rationalist philosophy that privileges reason and logic over empirical investigation in the search for knowledge. In that vein, Chomsky has promoted the idea of a priori, innate knowledge.

Bergesen (2004) builds on Chomsky to suggest there is a battle between Chomsky and Mead and he declares Chomsky the winner of this battle. On one hand, Bergesen (2004) notes correctly that Mead views language and mind as a product of social interaction. On the other hand, Bergesen (2004) argues from Chomsky that mental operations, also known as mind, exist prior to language, interaction, and Mead’s conversation of gestures. Because language use requires syntax and Chomsky argues that the LAD arises from humans’ bioinheritance, the LAD is presocial.

Friends appear to have a stronger influence on this process than the family. This is somewhat surprising, as the family typically sets the foundation for religious beliefs. It is unclear whether it is the act of choosing one’s friends, the amount of time spent with them, or something else about friendship that takes on significance for one’s religious identity. Further, whether the greater influence of friends is unique to the religious identity compared with other identities requires further research.

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