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2018 vasario 14 d., 21:58 atliko AndriusKulikauskas -
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References
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'''References'''
2018 vasario 14 d., 21:58 atliko AndriusKulikauskas -
Pakeistos 5-9 eilutės iš


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[[https://ase.tufts.edu/cogstud/jackendoff/papers/simplersyntaxwritten.pdf | What You Can Say Without Syntax: A Hierarchy of Grammatical Complexity]], Ray Jackendoff and Eva Wittenberg
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References

* Chomsky, N. (2007). Approaching UG from below. Interfaces+ recursion= language, 89, 1-30.
* Jackendoff, R., & Wittenberg, E. (2014). What you can say without syntax: A hierarchy of grammatical complexity. Measuring grammatical complexity, 65-82.
* Tomasello, M. (2014). A natural history of human thinking. Harvard University Press.
2018 vasario 14 d., 21:54 atliko AndriusKulikauskas -
Pridėtos 1-11 eilutės:
[[20180606GrammarOfGames-Abstract | Abstract]]

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Ištrintos 26-28 eilutės:
Abstracts should be sent to cultural.evolution.tartu@gmail.com by February 14, 2018. Abstracts should be no longer than 300 words (+ references). The submissions can specify their preferred format to present: 1) 20+10 min presentation; 2) 5 min lightning talk; 3) a poster presentation.

Please provide the abstract in two formats: an anonymized pdf to share with the reviewers and an editable document for the abstract book.
2018 vasario 14 d., 21:36 atliko AndriusKulikauskas -
Pakeista 10 eilutė iš:
We share and apply results from a study of 80 innovation games played in Silicon Valley businesses. 24 different kinds of games serve different roles in a framework for innovation. Similarly, every game may potentially consist of 24 kinds of games. In this way, all of culture consists of games upon games. We apply this model to note ways in which the syntax of human language goes beyond linear syntax as used by great apes and discussed by Jakobson.
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We share and apply results from a study of 80 innovation games played in Silicon Valley businesses. 24 different kinds of games serve different roles in a framework for innovation. Similarly, every game may potentially consist of 24 kinds of games. In this way, all of culture consists of games upon games. We apply this model to note ways in which the syntax of human language goes beyond linear grammar as used by great apes and discussed by Jackendoff.
2018 vasario 14 d., 21:31 atliko AndriusKulikauskas -
Pakeistos 10-11 eilutės iš
We share and apply results from a study of 80 innovation games played in Silicon Valley businesses. 24 different kind of games serve different roles in a framework for innovation. Similarly, every game may potentially consist of 24 kinds of games. In this way, all of culture consists of games upon games. We apply this model to note ways in which the syntax of human language goes beyond linear syntax as used by great apes and discussed by Jakobson.
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We share and apply results from a study of 80 innovation games played in Silicon Valley businesses. 24 different kinds of games serve different roles in a framework for innovation. Similarly, every game may potentially consist of 24 kinds of games. In this way, all of culture consists of games upon games. We apply this model to note ways in which the syntax of human language goes beyond linear syntax as used by great apes and discussed by Jakobson.

There are games for initiating a game; for leaving a game; for playing a game within a game; for identifying the meaning of a game; for clarifying that meaning; for grounding that meaning in the real world in different levels (whether, what, how, why); for making sense of that meaning by making sure those levels are distinct.
2018 vasario 14 d., 21:19 atliko AndriusKulikauskas -
Pakeistos 8-14 eilutės iš
The evolution of the central nervous system is driven towards abstraction, with ever more sophisticated resources devoted to modeling the unknown. The great apes appear to share many aspects of consciousness, creativity and social behavior. Biologically, humans may be distinguished by a little discussed instinct for synchronized activity by which they tend not only to mirror each other's body language but to honor a shared space. This physical "sixth sense", which autists appearently lack, facilitates Tomasello's joint intentionality. Ultimately, this allows humans to play a game, which is to say, created a shared world which they enter by asking a question and leave by establishing an answer. Synchronization, singing in unison, dancing and game playing would have developed vocal chords, hand gestures, vertical posture and a cerebral cortex which expands one's virtual reality.



and perhaps Humans can sing and dance together in ways the other and imagine a shared world. Ultimately, to support joint intentionality.

What distinguishes humans is a
į:
The evolution of the central nervous system is driven towards abstraction, with ever more sophisticated resources devoted to modeling the unknown. The great apes appear to share many aspects of consciousness, creativity and social behavior. Biologically, humans may be distinguished by a little discussed instinct for synchronized activity by which they tend not only to mirror each other's body language but to honor a shared space. This physical "sixth sense", which autists appearently lack, facilitates Tomasello's joint intentionality. Ultimately, this allows humans to play a game, which is to say, create a shared world which they enter by asking a question and leave by establishing an answer. Synchronization, singing in unison, dancing and game playing would have developed vocal chords, hand gestures, vertical posture and a cerebral cortex which expands one's virtual reality.

We share and apply results from a study of 80 innovation games played in Silicon Valley businesses. 24 different kind of games serve different roles in a framework for innovation. Similarly, every game may potentially consist of 24 kinds of games. In this way, all of culture consists of games upon games. We apply this model to note ways in which the syntax of human language goes beyond linear syntax as used by great apes and discussed by Jakobson.
2018 vasario 14 d., 21:12 atliko AndriusKulikauskas -
Pakeistos 6-8 eilutės iš

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Noah Chomsky speaks of a universal grammar as the basis for language. We outline a universal grammar of games as the basis not only for language but all of human culture.

The evolution of the central nervous system is driven towards abstraction, with ever more sophisticated resources devoted to modeling the unknown. The great apes appear to share many aspects of consciousness, creativity and social behavior. Biologically, humans may be distinguished by a little discussed instinct for synchronized activity by which they tend not only to mirror each other's body language but to honor a shared space. This physical "sixth sense", which autists appearently lack, facilitates Tomasello's joint intentionality. Ultimately, this allows humans to play a game, which is to say, created a shared world which they enter by asking a question and leave by establishing an answer. Synchronization, singing in unison, dancing and game playing would have developed vocal chords, hand gestures, vertical posture and a cerebral cortex which expands one's virtual reality.



and perhaps Humans can sing and dance together in ways the other and imagine a shared world. Ultimately, to support joint intentionality.

What distinguishes humans is a
2018 vasario 14 d., 20:30 atliko AndriusKulikauskas -
Pridėtos 1-3 eilutės:
Submitted for [[https://cultevol.ut.ee/avaleht | Applications in Cultural Evolution: Arts, Languages, Technologies]], Tartu, Estonia, June 6-8, 2018.
2018 vasario 14 d., 20:14 atliko AndriusKulikauskas -
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2018 vasario 14 d., 13:25 atliko AndriusKulikauskas -
Pridėtos 1-7 eilutės:
[+ A Universal Grammar of Games as the Basis for Language and Human Culture+]



Abstracts should be sent to cultural.evolution.tartu@gmail.com by February 14, 2018. Abstracts should be no longer than 300 words (+ references). The submissions can specify their preferred format to present: 1) 20+10 min presentation; 2) 5 min lightning talk; 3) a poster presentation.

Please provide the abstract in two formats: an anonymized pdf to share with the reviewers and an editable document for the abstract book.

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