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Deriving Reflexives

@inproceedings{Dchane2002DerivingR,
  title={Deriving Reflexives},
  author={R. D{\'e}cha{\^i}ne and M. Wiltschko},
  year={2002}
}
The morphology of reflexives correlates with their binding properties (Everaert 1986, Pica 1987, Reinhart & Reuland 1993) and reflexives are often distinguished according to whether they are X or XP anaphors (SE vs. SELF anaphors respectively). It has independently been argued that the categorical status of pronouns correlates with their binding properties (Wiltschko 1999). In particular, Déchaine and Wiltschko 2002 propose that there are (at least) three categorical types of proforms: pro-DP… Expand
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