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Head movement and reprojection

@inproceedings{Surnyi2004HeadMA,
  title={Head movement and reprojection},
  author={B. Sur{\'a}nyi},
  year={2004}
}
1. Introduction It has been a recurrent theme in the recent minimalist literature that head movement sticks out in a typology of movements as exceptional, and hence its status in the computational system itself is questionable. * The ultimate source of the exceptionality of head movement is the assumption that head movement involves adjunction. Recent reactions to the problematic nature of head movement in minimalist theory follow two markedly different paths: according to Chomsky's (2000… Expand
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