In a world where scientists are incessantly attempting to examine the intelligence of life forms other than humans, linguists have presented the idea that language in itself is reserved strictly for humans. One therefore, must attempt to solve that dilemma and come to a conclusion regarding the question is language unique to humans?
If language is viewed solely as a system of communication, then it could be said that many differing species possess the ability
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language currently possesses all of the above required Design Features as stated by Hockett. Of course, with the ever changing world of today, who knows, maybe one day we will be proved wrong.
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