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Control as Movement
We introduce the movement theory of control and the minimalist program. Expand
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Linearization of Chains and Sideward Movement
This highly original monograph treats movement operations within the Minimalist Program. Jairo Nunes argues that traces are not grammatical primitives and that their properties follow from deeperExpand
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This paper attempts to provide a minimalist analysis of CED effects (see Huang 1982) in terms of derivational dynamics in a cyclic system. Assuming Uriagereka's (1999) Multiple Spell-out system, weExpand
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Sideward Movement
Assuming the general framework of the Minimalist Program of Chomsky 1995, this article argues that Move is not a primitive operation of the computational system, but rather the output of theExpand
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The Copy Theory of movement and linearization of chains in the Minimalist Program
L'A. propose un resume de sa these qui developpe une version strictement minimaliste de la theorie du copiage du mouvement en eliminant les problemes conceptuels releves dans les analyses de Chomsky.Expand
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The copy theory of movement: A view from PF
Miyoshi (2002) (see also Bošković 2004a) provides a uniform account of the ban on negative imperatives in Greek and the banon negative indicatives in English. Expand
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On Asymmetries Between Parasitic Gap and Across‐the‐board Constructions
In this paper, we subscribe to the (unoriginal) view that multiple gaps in PG and ATB constructions arise in a similar manner, framing the discussion in the broad context of Chomsky’s (1995) Minimalist Program. Expand
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The copy theory of movement
Based on previous work by Boskovic (2001, 2002, 2004a,b) and Nunes (1999, 2004), this chapter discusses a considerable amount of evidence involving A-movement, A'-movement, head movement, and remnantExpand
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