Working Minimalism

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Samuel David Epstein, Norbert Hornstein
MIT Press, 1999 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 353 pages

Essays present explicit syntactic analyses that adhere to programmatic minimalist guidelines.

The essays in this book present explicit syntactic analyses that adhere to programmatic minimalist guidelines. Thus they show how the guiding ideas of minimalism can shape the construction of a new, more explanatory theory of the syntactic component of the human language faculty.

Contributors
Zeljko Boskovic, Samuel David Epstein, Robert Freidin, Erich M. Groat, Norbert Hornstein, Hisatsugu Kitahara, Howard Lasnik, Roger Martin, Jairo Nunes, Norvin Richards, Juan Uriagereka, Amy Weinberg

Current Studies in Linguistics No. 32

 

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Contents

Chapter
1
Chapter
20
Minimalism and Quantifier Norbert Hornstein
45
Chapter 4
77
Chapter 5
95
Featural Cyclicity and the Ordering of Norvin Richards
127
Chapter 7
159
Chapter 9
217
A Minimalist Theory of Human Amy Weinberg
283
Chapter 12
317
Index
347
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