Some consequences of Lexical Phonology

@article{Kiparsky1985SomeCO,
  title={Some consequences of Lexical Phonology},
  author={P. Kiparsky},
  journal={Phonology},
  year={1985},
  volume={2},
  pages={85-138}
}
Phonological theory in recent years can be said to have undergone a ‘modularisation’ in several respects. The formal theory is no longer expected to explain everything about phonology by itself: generalisations about phonological change which previously were used to motivate constraints on abstractness or opacity have turned out to make more sense as effects of real-time language acquisition and use. Secondly, phonological representations have become multi-tiered arrays, and much that seemed… Expand

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