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Asleep at the wheel at Zombie Lingua?

[This is a joint post by Eric Bakovi? and Kai von Fintel.] We have been following an ongoing story involving Zombie Lingua with great interest. For those unaware of it, and perhaps for those with only some awareness of it, here is what we currently know. It will help to start by identifying the main […]
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