Physiological basis to Linguistic
Steve Sohn (firstname.lastname@example.org)
28 Dec 1994 00:18:51 -0500
Is anybody doing any work on a physiological basis for
linguistic differentiation? One realizes that this might be an
invitation to some latter day phrenologists, which is not the
intent. However, the capacity for speech is only as great as
the apparatus for speech making (hmmm . . . I might carry this
one back to political science).
There also might be considered a reverse causality in how
certain sounds using different vocal combinations might stress
and develop certain muscle/organ groups.
If it were done when 'tis done,
then 'twere well it were done quickly:
My message is done.