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Internal and External Remerge On Movement , Multidominance , and the Linearization of Syntactic Objects

@inproceedings{Vries2009InternalAE,
  title={Internal and External Remerge On Movement , Multidominance , and the Linearization of Syntactic Objects},
  author={M. D. Vries},
  year={2009}
}
This article centers around two questions: (i) what is the relation between movement and structure sharing?, and (ii) how can complex syntactic structures be linearized? It is shown that regular movement involves internal remerge, and sharing or ‘sideward movement’ external remerge. Without ad hoc restrictions on the input, both options follow from Merge. They can be represented in terms of multidominance. Although more structural freedom ensues than standardly thought, the grammar is not… Expand
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Asymmetric Merge and Parataxis
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