The Minimality Condition in phonology

@inproceedings{Charette1989TheMC,
  title={The Minimality Condition in phonology},
  author={Monik Charette},
  year={1989}
}
With a few honourable exceptions, phonologists have, until recently, generally assumed the phonological component to be organized along completely different lines from the other components of the grammar. Phonological phenomena were mainly viewed as accidental, language specific, and unprincipled. Whereas some theoretical parallels between syntax and phonology have been drawn (cf. the role of the cycle in both domains and the extensive literature on ordering), there have been few attempts to… CONTINUE READING