Decomposing Pronouns

@article{Dchaine2002DecomposingP,
  title={Decomposing Pronouns},
  author={Rose-Marie Dchaine and M. Wiltschko},
  journal={Linguistic Inquiry},
  year={2002},
  volume={33},
  pages={409-442}
}
Starting with the idea that the notion pronoun is not a primitive of linguistic theory, we propose that it is necessary to recognize (at least) three pronoun types: pro-DP, pro-fP, and pro-NP. Evidence supporting this three-way split comes from the sensitivity of certain proforms to the predicate/argument distinction, the internal structure of proforms, and the binding-theoretic properties of proforms. Recognizing different pronoun types also sheds light on the formal (dis)similarities between… Expand

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