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Linearization of chains and sideward movement

NunesВ· Jairo.

Linearization of chains and sideward movement

by NunesВ· Jairo.

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Published by MIT Press· in Cambridge· MA .
Written in English


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StatementJairo Nunes.
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LC ClassificationsP
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Paginationxiv· 196 p. ;
Number of Pages196
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Open LibraryOL22584988M
ISBN 100262640554

This book is a collection of key readings on Minimalist Syntax, the most recent, and arguably most important, theoretical development within the Principles and Parameters approach to syntactic theory. Brings together in one volume the key readings on Minimalist Price: $ Linearization of Chains and Sideward Movement JAIRO NUNES "This book is a glorious example of high theory and its rich empirical implications. I consider it an example of syntactic analysis at its best. Every serious syntactician will have to read and react to this work.

Linearization is a way to estimate some value of a function given a different value and the derivative nearby. So given information at x, we're going to estimate what f (x + delta x) is nearby. This paper considers how the system identifies multiple occurrences of a syntactic object α as a chain, a set of copies. For Chomsky (, , ), copies can arise only by movement (internal merge); lexical items introduced by external merge are stipulated to be distinct tokens, coded by indexation, or by introducing some other special concept of numeration, which violates the.

universities worldwide and is author of Linearization of Chains and Sideward Movement (). He has published articles in several major journals in the field and is co-editor of the journal Probus. KLEANTHES K. GROHMANNis Assistant Professor of Linguistics at the University of Cyprus. He is author of Prolific Domains: On the Anti-File Size: KB. here that the Sideward Movement analysis is to be preferred since it accounts for the absence of Weak Cross Over (WCO) effects in the second conjunct (or adverbial clause) illustrated in (5), assuming that WCO is a constraint on the movement operation. Under a Sideward Movement analysis, who in (5a-b) is copied from its base position and re-.


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According to this analysis, the linearization of chains in the phonological component constrains sideward movement so that it is possible to account for standard properties of multiple gap constructions, including parasitic gap and ATB constructions, without construction-specific operations or principles that are not independently motivated.

Theoretical linguists will find Linearization of Chains and Sideward Movement of great interest both theoretically and empirically. The version of the copy theory of movement proposed by Nunes will stir debate and shape future research in the field.

The Amazon Book Review Author interviews, book reviews, editors' picks, and more. Cited by: According to this analysis, the linearization of chains in the phonological component constrains sideward movement so that it is possible to account for standard properties of multiple gap constructions, including parasitic gap and ATB constructions, without construction-specific operations or principles that are not independently motivated /5(2).

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The theory of sideward movement is proposed in Bobaljik & Brown (), Nunes ( Nunes (, ), Hornstein (), Nunes & Uriagereka (), and Bošković (). It has been used to account Author: Jairo Nunes.

Get this from a library. Linearization of chains and sideward movement. Linearization of chains and sideward movement book [Jairo Nunes] -- This highly original monograph treats movement operations within the Minimalist Program.

Jairo Nunes argues that traces are not grammatical primitives and that their properties follow from deeper. Theoretical linguists will find Linearization of Chains and Sideward Movement of great interest both theoretically and empirically.

The version of the copy theory of movement proposed by Nunes will stir debate and shape future research in the field. (source: Nielsen Book Data). Linearization of Chains and Sideward Movement Article (PDF Available) in DELTA Documentação de Estudos em Lingüística Teórica e Aplicada 20(2) December with 72 Reads How we measure Author: Mary Kato.

According to this analysis, the linearization of chains in the phonological component constrains sideward movement so that it is possible to account for standard properties of multiple gap constructions, including parasitic gap and ATB constructions, without construction-specific operations or principles that are not independently motivated/5(2).

of movement, the linearization of chains in the phonological component constrains sideward movem ent in such a way that it makes it possible to subsume the core properties of parasitic gap and across-the-board extraction constructions under the properties of standard movement.

this point'. Linearization of chains and sideward movement (LCSM) by itself is able to demolish Koopman's (and Pinker and Jackendoff s) view. It alone offers some of the most compelling pieces of evidence for embracing the MP, and - a rare fact that should not go unnoticed - it does so at both the conceptual and empirical levels.

Understanding Minimalism - Ebook written by Norbert Hornstein, Jairo Nunes, Kleanthes K. Grohmann. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Understanding Minimalism.

Jairo Nunes is the author of Linearization of Chains and Sideward Movement, Volume 43 ( avg rating, 2 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), Minimalist /5.

Rightward Movement, Covert Movement, and Cyclic Linearization. Danny Fox and David Pesetsky. Claims: 1. All movement to the right is covert, due to a principle of chain pronunciation (pronounce rightward member of a chain).

SVO languages (at least those that have covert movement) linearize everything but theFile Size: 82KB. Jairo Nunes Jairo Nunes is Professor of Linguistics at the Universidade de São Paulo. He is the author of Linearization of Chains and Sideward Movement (MIT Press, ), co-author of Understanding Minimalism (CUP, ) and (with C.

Boeckx and N. Hornstein) Control as Movement (CUP, ), and co-editor of The Copy Theory of Movement (Benjamins, ) and Minimalist Essays on Brazilian Cited by: 6. Nunes, J. Linearization of chains and sideward movement.

Cambridge: The MIT Press. Cáp I. Introducción La noción de huella dentro de PyP engloba varios tipos de objetos sintácticos que tienen en común (i) haber sido producidos por una operación de movimiento y (ii) ser fonéticamente nulos. Copy Theory of Movement.

Linearization of Chains and Sideward Movement (Jairo Nunes). Morphosyntax: The Syntax of Verbal Inflection (Jonathan Bobaljik). Existential Constructions. A Minimalist Program for Linguistic Theory (Noam Chomsky).

Categories and Transformation (Noam Chomsky). Last Resort (Howard Lasnik). Recent Developments. “The copy theory of movement and linearization of chains in the Minimalist Program,” PhD thesis, University of Maryland, College Park. Nunes, J.

“ Sideward movement,” Linguistic Inquiry Author: Norbert Hornstein. This highly original monograph treats movement operations within the Minimalist Program.

Jairo Nunes argues that traces are not grammatical primitives and that their properties follow from deeper features of the system, and, in particular, that the phonetic realization of traces is determined by linearization computations coupled with economy conditions regarding deletion.

This book was set in Times New Roman on 3B2 by Asco Typesetters, Hong Kong and was printed and bound in the United States of America. Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Nunes, Jairo. Linearization of chains and sideward movement / Jairo Nunes. Linearization of chains and sideward movement.

Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. Ohso, Mieko. A study of zero pronominalization in Japanese. Columbus: Ohio State University dissertation. Oku, Satoshi. A theory of selection and reconstruction in the minimalist perspective.

Storrs: University of .Nunes, J. Linearization of Chains and Sideward Movement Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. Pesetsky, D. Complementizer-trace phenomena and the nominative island condition The Linguistic Review 1 .Language, a journal of the Linguistic Society of America, is published quarterly and contains articles, short reports, and book reviews on all aspects of linguistics, focusing on the area of theoretical ofLanguage features online content in addition to the print edition, including supplemental materials and articles presented in various sections: Teaching Linguistics.