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A Guide to Morphosyntax-Phonology Interface Theories: How by Tobias Scheer PDF

By Tobias Scheer

ISBN-10: 3110238624

ISBN-13: 9783110238624

This e-book experiences the historical past of the interface among morpho-syntax and phonology approximately for the reason that international battle II. Structuralist and generative interface considering is gifted chronologically, but additionally idea by means of idea from the viewpoint of a traditionally observer who despite the fact that within the final 3rd of the publication distills classes with a purpose to examine present-day interface theories, and to set up a listing of homes right interface conception should still or must never have. The publication additionally introduces modularity, the rationalist conception of the (human) cognitive approach that underlies the generative method of language, from a Cognitive technological know-how viewpoint. Modularity is used as a referee for interface theories within the booklet. eventually, the ebook locates the interface debate within the panorama of present minimalist syntax and part conception and fosters intermodular argumentation: how will we use homes of morpho-syntactic conception with the intention to argue for or opposed to competing theories of phonology (and vice-versa)?

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3. The local baby and the diacritic bathwater ........................... 4. There can be non-diacritic boundaries, but what would a non-diacritic domain look like? 1. Non-diacritic boundaries (can) exist........................... 2. Top-down constructions are diacritic by definition (prosodic word and higher)......................................... 3. Higher layers of the Prosodic Hierarchy are the projection of nothing .................................................. 4. Projections created by phonological computation cannot be the output of translation .............................

2. Specific sentence-level phonology: Praguian segregation.... 1. Cyclic phonology of morphemes vs. non-cyclic phonology of words.................................................... 2. Arguments for Praguian segregation .......................... 3. Praguian segregation and double dissociation ...................... 1. Double dissociation applied to Praguian segregation.................................................................. 2. Processes that are restricted to morpheme sequences....................................................................

Linearisation ......................................................................... 1. Introduction: no business of phonology ..................... 2. In minimalist times: no business of syntax either....... 3. Both syntax-internal and syntax-external linearisation is minimalism-compatible...................... 4. Everybody but Kayne does linearisation "at PF" ....... 5. Linearisation in phonology in order to derive phonetics (Raimy)?..................................................... 6. Conclusion: a minimalism-born monster..............................

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