Vehicle Change and Reconstruction in -Chains

@article{Safir1999VehicleCA,
  title={Vehicle Change and Reconstruction in -Chains},
  author={K. Safir},
  journal={Linguistic Inquiry},
  year={1999},
  volume={30},
  pages={587-620}
}
  • K. Safir
  • Published 1999
  • Sociology
  • Linguistic Inquiry
Fiengo and May (1994) argue that what they call vehicle change, which permits copies of names to be evaluated as pronouns with respect to interpretive principles, plays a key role in accounting for reconstruction effects in ellipsis environments. It is argued here that the alleviation of Principle C violations (antire construction effects), where it occurs in -chains, is due not to deletion of the lower copy, as in Chomsky 1995, but to vehicle change. The introduction of vehicle change into the… Expand
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