Evolution and Revolution in Linguistic Theory: Studies in Honor of Carlos P. Otero

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Hector Campos
Georgetown University Press, Jan 1, 1996 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 432 pages
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This volume presents essays by some of the leading figures in the vanguard of theoretical linguistics within the framework of universal grammmar. One of the first books to adopt the "minimalist" framework to syntactic analysis, it includes a central essay by Noam Chomsky on the minimalist program and covers a range of topics in syntax and morphology.

Contributors: Luigi Burzio, Héctor Campos, Noam Chomsky, Joseph E. Emonds, Robert Freidin, James Harris, Ray Jackendoff, Paula Kempchinsky, Howard Lasnik, Claudia Parodi, Carlos Piera, A. Carlos Quicoli, Dominique Sportiche, Esther Torrego.

 

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Contents

On the Metrical Unity of Latinate Affixes
1
2 Basic framework
5
3 Stress neutrality and weak syllables
9
4 Arguments against stress evasion
10
5 Conclusion
21
Notes
22
References
24
Reconstruction and Picture Nouns in Spanish
25
Notes
222
References
226
The Problem of Subjunctive Clauses
228
2 Subjunctive clauses in Spanish Patterns of acquisition and loss
229
3 Approaches to lexicontosyntax mapping
231
4 Selection for subjunctive CPs
238
5 Extended projections acquisition and minimalism
242
Notes
246

2 On the structure of picture nouns
27
3 Solving the paradox
36
4 Some potential counterexamples and speculations
38
Notes
44
References
48
Bare Phrase Structure
51
2 The minimalist program
55
3 The computational system
58
4 Phrase markers in a minimalist framework
61
5 Properties of the transformational component
69
6 Order
79
7 Some residual problems
87
Notes
101
References
107
Deep Free and Surface Bound Pronouns
110
2 General properties of pronouns
113
3 Free pronouns as deep pronouns
121
4 Bound pronouns as surface pronouns
125
5 Overview of mechanisms in the personal pronoun system
129
Notes
132
References
136
Superiority Subjacency and Economy
138
Notes
158
References
165
The Morphology of Spanish Clitics
168
2 The syntaxmorphology connection
171
3 Internal structure of clitics syncretism and form classes
173
4 Morphological feature geometry
179
5 More on plurality
181
6 Sequencing
187
7 Conclusion
189
8 Postscript
190
Notes
194
References
197
The Conceptual Structure of Intending and Volitional Action
198
2 Predicates with actions as arguments
199
3 Syntactic expression of situational and actional attitudes
202
4 Temporal dependency of intending
206
5 The folk metaphysics of volitional actions
208
6 Intending doing something intentionally the volitionality of action trying and imperatives
212
7 Fulfilling versus voiding an intention
218
References
248
Syntactic Structures Meets the Minimalist Program
251
Appendix
269
Notes
270
References
273
A Minimalist Theory Approach
276
2 Theoretical background
277
3 The structure of Object Shift Constructions
280
4 OSC with compound tenses
282
5 More evidence on participle to auxiliary incorporation
286
6 The position of shifted objects
288
8 Movement of the participle
295
9 The loss of Object Shift Constructions
297
References
300
On Compounding in English and Spanish
302
3 A proposed restriction
305
4 Some related issues
308
5 A remark on Noun Incorporation
311
Notes
313
References
314
NP Traces and the ECPBinding Overlap
316
Binding principles and the ECP
317
Binding and the standard ECP
320
4 Barriers and Binding Domains
335
5 Conclusion
348
Notes
349
References
353
Sketch of a Reductionist Approach to Syntactic Variation and Dependencies
356
2 Types of syntactic dependencies
366
3 Unifying headhead relations
370
4 Unifying phrasephrase relations
375
5 Questions
379
Notes
392
References
396
On the Nature of Clitic Doubling
399
2 Transitive verbs that select D
401
3 On the syntactic effects of D
409
Notes
415
References
417
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