Could we build a better everyday theory of speech on mondegreens instead of c-a-t?

What would happen if we put aside everything we think we know about speech on the basis of ‘common knowledge’ (embodied in the c-a-t theory), and started to build up a way of thinking about speech based on our experience of mondegreens (defined broadly to include speech as well as songs, and carefully to include all ‘hearings’)? ... Read more


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