Theory, Kernels, Data, Methods

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In this paper, I suggest that we should think of the work of our discipline as consisting of theory, kernels, data, and method, where by kernel I mean the large body of results that phonologists develop that are not language-independent (hence, not part of theory), but which constitute the work on which we evaluate any and all theories coming down the pike… (More)

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