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Locality in Minimalist Syntax
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Locality in Minimalist Syntax explains a range of syntactic phenomena that have long resisted previous generative theories, including that-trace effects, superiority effects, and the interpretations available for multiple-wh constructions. Expand
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Middles and Reflexivity
This article investigates the argument structure of middle predicates. It argues that middle verbs syntactically project the entire argument grids of their active counterparts; however, middle verbs,Expand
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On the Light Verb Hypothesis
  • T. Stroik
  • Mathematics
  • Linguistic Inquiry
  • 1 April 2001
Selon Kitahara (1997), les categories fonctionnelles seraient motivees grammaticalement par les donnees resultant de la forme phonetique et/ou de la forme logique ou de maniere interne a la theorie,Expand
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On middle formation: a reply to Zribi-Hertz
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Extraposition and expletive-movement: A minimalist account
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CP expletives have generally been construed as substitutions of, or replacements for, CP arguments. Expand
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Syntactic relations in Survive-minimalism
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In this paper, we extend our investigations into Minimalist syntax by showing how it is possible to derive crash-proof syntactic relations using the External Merge operation only. Expand
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The Structural Design of Language
1. The biolinguistic turn 2. The structure of the lexicon 3. Constructing the numeration 4. Copy and the computational system 5. Some structural consequences for derivations 6. Observations onExpand
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Minimalism, scope, and VP structure
Introduction to Syntactic Representation Scope and the VP Shell Hypothesis Superiority Effects and VP Structure Bare NP Adverbials and VP Structure Psych-Verbs in a VP Shell Conclusion
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Adverbs as V-Sisters
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