2021-04-03 11:10:45 UTC
. 1) The theory has to be simple enough to be worth having. That is, it must predict some things that are not in the theory itself (otherwise it is just a list of facts). But neither can the theory be so simple that it cannot explain things it should.
What’s universal grammar? Evidence rebuts Chomsky’s theory of language
By Paul Ibbotson and Michael Tomasello
Is the last sentence grammatical?
There seems to me that there is no reason to use 'neither'. I can understand it, but to me 'neither' sounds incorrect there.
Could one replace 'neither' with 'nor'?