On the Derivation of Reflexive Nouns: the Case of Czech

  • David Hron
  • Published 2007


From its beginning in the '60s, and particularly after the appearance of Chomsky’s (1970) “Remarks on nominalization”, the guideline of the generative linguistic investigation of different aspects of nominal phrases has been the assumption that there exists a similarity between nouns and verbs. This assumption has reflected the basic intuition that nouns… (More)


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