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Explorations of phase theory [electronic resource] : interpretation at the interfaces / edited by Kleanthes K. Grohmann.

Contributor(s): Grohmann, Kleanthes K.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Interface explorations: 17.Publisher: Berlin ; New York : Mouton de Gruyter, c2009Description: 1 online resource (282 p.).ISBN: 9783110213959 (electronic bk.); 3110213958 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Minimalist theory (Linguistics) | Generative grammar | Grammar, Comparative and general -- Syntax | LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES -- Grammar & Punctuation | LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES -- Linguistics -- Syntax | Minimalist programGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Explorations of phase theory.DDC classification: 415/.0182 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Exploring interfaces / Kleanthes K. Grohmann -- Intermodular argumentation and the word-spell-out-mystery / Tobias Scheer -- On bare prosodic structure and the spell-out of features / Martin Haiden -- Spell out before you merge / Hisao Tokizaki -- On the derivation of the relation between givenness and deaccentuation : a best-case model / Dalina Kallulli -- Phase theory, linearization, and zig-zag movement / Carlo Geraci -- Surviving reconstruction / Thomas Stroik and Michael Putnam -- On the interface(s) between syntax and meaning / Anjum Saleemi -- Dynamic economy of derivation / Takashi Toyoshima -- The conceptual necessity of phases : some remarks on the minimalist enterprise / Dennis Ott.
Summary: Over the past decade, many issues leading towards refining the model have been identified for a theory of syntax under minimalist assumptions. One of the central questions within the current theoretical model, Phase Theory, is architectural in nature: Assuming a minimal structure of the grammar, how does the computational system manipulate the grammar to construct a well-formed derivation that takes items from the mental lexicon to the interpretive interfaces? This collection addresses this issue by exploring the design of the grammar and the tools of the theory in order to shed light on the n.
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Exploring interfaces / Kleanthes K. Grohmann -- Intermodular argumentation and the word-spell-out-mystery / Tobias Scheer -- On bare prosodic structure and the spell-out of features / Martin Haiden -- Spell out before you merge / Hisao Tokizaki -- On the derivation of the relation between givenness and deaccentuation : a best-case model / Dalina Kallulli -- Phase theory, linearization, and zig-zag movement / Carlo Geraci -- Surviving reconstruction / Thomas Stroik and Michael Putnam -- On the interface(s) between syntax and meaning / Anjum Saleemi -- Dynamic economy of derivation / Takashi Toyoshima -- The conceptual necessity of phases : some remarks on the minimalist enterprise / Dennis Ott.

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Over the past decade, many issues leading towards refining the model have been identified for a theory of syntax under minimalist assumptions. One of the central questions within the current theoretical model, Phase Theory, is architectural in nature: Assuming a minimal structure of the grammar, how does the computational system manipulate the grammar to construct a well-formed derivation that takes items from the mental lexicon to the interpretive interfaces? This collection addresses this issue by exploring the design of the grammar and the tools of the theory in order to shed light on the n.

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