Browsing Książki, rozdziały (WHum) by Author "Żywiczyński, Przemysław"

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  • Wacewicz, Sławomir; Żywiczyński, Przemysław (World Scientific, 2008)
    In current literature, a number of standard lines of evidence reemerge in support of the hypothesis that the initial, “bootstrapping” stage of the evolution of language was gestural. However, one specific feature of gestural ...
  • Żywiczyński, Przemysław; Wacewicz, Sławomir (Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Mikołaja Kopernika, 2015)
    Charles Darwin widział w nim największy, obok ognia, wynalazek ludzkości. John Maynard Smith i Eörs Szathmáry uznają jego pojawienie się za ostatni z wielkich ewolucyjnych przełomów, którego wyjaśnienie Morten H. ...
  • Żywiczyński, Przemysław (Peter Lang, 2018)
    The science of language evolution appeared at the end of the last century but top¬ically belongs to language origins – the domain of investigation that is concerned with the beginnings and diversification of language. ...
  • Żywiczyński, Przemysław; Wacewicz, Sławomir (World Scientific, 2012)
    The cooperative dimension of human linguistic communication has been gaining increasing recognition as a central problem in the evolution of language. Our paper documents the phenomenon of cooperative norms in conversation, ...
  • Wacewicz, Sławomir; Żywiczyński, Przemysław (2011)
  • Żywiczyński, Przemysław; Wacewicz, Sławomir (Peter Lang Publishing, 2019-08)
    Why is language unique? How did language come about? When did this happen? Those questions, although quite emblematic of the Western intellectual tradition since its ancient beginnings, so far have not found satisfying ...
  • Wacewicz, Sławomir; Żywiczyński, Przemysław (World Scientific, 2010)
    The heterogeneous category of phenomena covered by the term body language (roughly equivalent to nonverbal communication, NVC), although essential to human day-to-day communication, is also largely dissociable from human ...

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