7 edition of Restrictiveness in Case Theory (Cambridge Studies in Linguistics) found in the catalog.
June 1, 2006
by Cambridge University Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||340|
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1 Introduction Some Issues in the Theory of Transformations A Restrictive Theory of Transformational Grammar Filters and Control Restricting the Theory of Transformations: a case study Learnability, Restrictiveness, and the Evaluation Metric On a Lexical Parameter in the Government-Binding Theory Core Grammar, Case Theory, and Markedness On Certain . The problem of how the restrictiveness of trade policy should be measured is not so severe in the textbook world where trade barriers take a single and well-defined form. But in most real-.
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Restrictiveness in case theory. [Henry E Smith] -- Henry Smith here develops a theory of syntactic case and examines its synchronic and diachronic consequences. Within a unification-based framework, the book draws out pervasive patterns in the.
Restrictiveness in case theory. [Henry Smith] -- Henry Smith here develops a theory of syntactic case and examines its synchronic and diachronic consequences. Within a unification-based framework, the book draws out pervasive patterns in the.
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Free shipping for many products!/5(2). The articles collected in this book are concerned with the issues of restrictiveness and learnability within generative grammar, specifically, within Chomsky's 'Extended Standard Theory'. These issues have been central to syntactic research for decades and they are even more central now as results on syntactic theory, on learnability, and on.
The articles collected in this book are concerned with the issues of restrictiveness and learnability within generative grammar, specifically, within Chomsky's 'Extended Standard Theory'.
These issues have been central to syntactic research for decades and they are even more central now as results on syntactic theory, on learnability, and on acquisition begin to converge.
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A new contribution to linguistic theory, this book presents a formal framework for the analysis of word structure in human language. It sets Restrictiveness in case theory.: Inﬂectional morphology:a theory ofparadigm structure Supplementary volumes.
The “incontrovertible learnability” mentioned by Levelt can, of course, only be con- strued as a remark about human learning. Although it is incontrovertible that human beings learn human languages, the question of whether the class of human languages is learnable in the technical sense of, for example, Gold () has never even been formulated in a precise way, much less answered in the Cited by: 8.
James E. Anderson and J. Peter NearyAuthor: Frank van Tongeren. 78 henry smith: Restrictiveness in case theory 79 d. robert ladd: Intonational morphology 80 andrea moro: The raising of predicates: predicative noun phrases and the theory of clause structure 81 roger lass: Historical linguistics and language change 82 john m.
anderson: A notional theory. case theory proposed by Chomsky (, ). The essence of the standard theory is that case is assigned by means of feature checking in a Spec-head configuration.
In §, some exceptional cases and how they are treated in the standard theory will be discussed. Noting that the feature checking mechanism of the standard theory fails toFile Size: KB. Case Theory book.
Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers/5. The focus of this dissertation is the syntax and morphology of case, and how case interacts with A-movement and agreement. In chapter 1, I argue on the basis of novel data from Uyghur that noun.The TRI shows a great increase in restrictiveness in and especiallyfollowed by major reductions in restrictiveness in and The cumulative effect: a percent fall in trade.
Baker () argues that a case feature can either be assigned via agreement (as in traditional Chomskyan syntax since the s) or through a novel powerful mechanism called “dependent case” that considers only the configuration of nominals (see Haspelmath for a critical review and more discussion of restrictiveness).