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The study of language typology has often been viewed as a rather special endeavor with few if any similarities to other pursuits within linguistics and outside it. Here are three such oppositions.
a. Language-typological generalizations are different from single-language rules.
b. Language-typological generalizations are different from theoretical claims.
c. Language-typological generalizations are different from explanatory principles: they describe but do not explain.
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