Derivation and Explanation in the Minimalist Program

December 3, 2002|
Derivation and Explanation in the Minimalist Program by Samuel Epstein
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Derivation and Explanation in the Minimalist Program presents accessible, cutting edge research on an enduring and fundamental question confronting all linguistic inquiry – the respective roles of derivation and representation.
  • Presents accessible, cutting edge research on the respective roles of derivation and representation in syntactic inquiry.
  • Discusses a wide range of phenomena and also includes alternative, representational perspectives.
  • Features papers by M. Brody, C. Collins, S. Epstein, J. Frampton, S. Gutmann, N. Hornstein, R. Kayne, H. Kitahara, J. McCloskey, N. Richards, D. Seely, E. Torrego, J. Uriagereka, C.J.W. Zwart.
Samuel David Epstein is Associate Professor of Linguistics at the University of Michigan. He is co-founder of Syntax: A Journal of Theoretical, Experimental and Interdisciplinary Research and has published widely on syntactic theory. He is the author of Traces and Their Antecedents (1991); co-author of A Derivational Approach to Syntac...
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Title:Derivation and Explanation in the Minimalist Program
Format:Paperback
Dimensions:330 pages
Published:December 3, 2002
Publisher:Wiley
Language:English
Appropriate for ages:All ages
ISBN - 13:9780631227335

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