Did Neanderthals Have Language? Part 1: Language Genes

The most cited research pertaining to language evolution and Neanderthals is almost always the case made from genetics. The reason for this is that the information we have obtained from ancient DNA is relatively more straightforward than what we can even begin to attempt to deduce from anatomy. The only problem with this research is that as straightforward as it is, it also so happens that its case right now is one of the weakest. Continue reading “Did Neanderthals Have Language? Part 1: Language Genes”