Sympathy and phonological opacity

@article{McCarthy1999SympathyAP,
  title={Sympathy and phonological opacity},
  author={J. McCarthy},
  journal={Phonology},
  year={1999},
  volume={16},
  pages={331-399}
}
A central idea in rule-based phonology is the serial derivation (Chomsky & Halle 1968). In a serial derivation, an underlying form passes through a number of intermediate representations on its way to the surface: [Scheme here] Implementational details can differ: the order of rules might be stipulated or it might be derived from universal principles; the steps might be called ‘rules’, ‘cycles’ or ‘levels’; the steps might involve applying rules or enforcing constraints. But, details aside, the… Expand

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