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Harley - weak semantic effects cf. Chomsky - violates the Extension Condition cf. Chomsky - violates anti-locality cf. AbelsGrohmann - violates the A-over-A Condition cf.
The motivation what is the Probe WHY-question b. The restrictions locality, freezing, etc. Workshop on explanatory proposals of movement Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, August 2. Chomsky ; 6 a. With Boeckx I assume, labeling waits until the phase-level: Workshop on explanatory proposals of movement Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, August 11 The pattern that emerges: Since at least some operations are restricted by definition to the phase head [IM, Transfer], the simplest assumption would be that all operations apply there.
This holds except for EM. The distinction is similar to that of Roberts Let us furthermore suppose: AbelsGrohmann MatushanskyVicente plausibly behaves like this too.
Roberts for discussion. The implementation still raises the problem of re- labeling: It may also matter for s-selection issues. Following Boeckx I take some instances of IM as bieng triggered to avoid intervention. This, as Boeckx argues, is the cause of the EPP: For consistency, V movement should have some inherent semantic effect too.
Following GallegoI take it to be related to tense a clausal property and clause typing adopting ideas of Koster C-to-V In the a and b cases, there are two options: As for cit cannot happen, given the clause-bounded nature of V- movement.
I am putting aside cases of consecutio temporum present at least in subjunctive-like dependents. However, this will not solve the minimality scenario, and T will still intervene.
In particular, I take them to lack both tense and agreement features.Bulgarian texts from the 17th century display the particle ta that seems to behave as some kind of complementizer, topic and information focus marker, all at once.
This is different from Modern Bulgarian, where the same particle behaves either as a complementizer or as a narrative connector. What is the relationship between language and thought? How comes it that human beings, whose contacts with the world are brief and personal and limited, . Foundational Issues in Linguistic Theory: Essays in Honor of Jean-Roger Vergnaud, Carlos Otero, Robert Freidin and María-Luísa Zubizarreta (eds.), Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press.
Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press. With the crystallization of the “generative enterprise” half a century ago, two concepts became salient: the initial state and final states of the language faculty, respectively, UG (the . The ban on rightward P-stranding is a global constraint Alex Drummond, University of Maryland English does not permit Heavy DP Shift (HDPS) of the complement of a preposition.
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