- Roman Cieciak
- United Kingdom
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Evolution of human language started with singing
Watching this speech by Martin Serano it struck me that following his logic of language as sexual adaptation we might have started talking with a love song. Then with each generation the song grew in complexity as the result of mating competition. With time the commmon components solidified into structured form of primitive language.
Are there some scientists, who considered such path of language evolution?