Generalized transformations and beyond : reflections on minimalist syntax

@inproceedings{Grtner2002GeneralizedTA,
  title={Generalized transformations and beyond : reflections on minimalist syntax},
  author={H. G{\"a}rtner},
  year={2002}
}
  • H. Gärtner
  • Published 2002
  • Computer Science
  • feature triggering movement. 24 Manfred Bierwisch (p.c.) points out that the complexity of acquiring the lexicon depends on how rich the structure of the latter is taken to be. This, of course, is a highly controversial matter. 25 For the latter issues, see among many others Bobaljik (1995b), Halle&Marantz (1993), Kenstowicz (1994), and Williams (1989). 26 Cf. Chomsky (1981). See Fodor&Crain (1990), arguing for an alternative theory, which they claim exhibits a more natural continuity between… CONTINUE READING
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