Ronald Kephart (rkephart@OSPREY.UNF.EDU)
Wed, 14 Feb 1996 20:56:52 -0500
In message <Pine.SUN.3.91.960215110724.4139Demail@example.com> Ania
> I do not talk about UG (read: ag) :-) as I do not like to trace back
> everything to the unknown that we assume to know, but if UG exsist then
> probably in the form of awareness of relationships. And chimps know a lot
> about relationships, they know whom to castrate when they want supremacy
> over a group, they know what castration does to creatures, they do have a
> grammar of reason, reasoning, relating and understanding relationships.
> Grammar to people who think like me is not a morphological ending, or
> word order. It is an ability to produce solvable and to solve
> "produced" relationships.
Is this true? Do chimps really castrate other chimps to gain supremacy over a
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