Re: teleology and language

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    On Tuesday, April 30, 2002, at 11:54 , Douglas P. Wilson wrote:

    > some people
    > remain convinced that language does evolve, but I don't agree. Brains
    > evolve. Language doesn't.

    Some people replace 'language' with 'culture' and see no
    incorrectness, but, indeed, a fuller understanding of the

    - Wade

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