The Rise of Optimality Theory


would argue that writing a rule does not constitute a solution to a problem, but merely a statement of it. His thinking at that time was bringing about the shift of focus that he will later describe as the second major revolutionary convulsion in the study of language-the move from systems of rules to systems of principles, the first one having been the… (More)


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