Traces and Their Antecedents by Samuel David Epstein

Traces and Their Antecedents

bySamuel David Epstein

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This study investigates the distribution of traces and their antecedents. The first chapter outlines the Government and Binding theory, enabling those unfamiliar with this framework to understand the ensuing discussion. The second chapter concerns the Empty Category Principle. Argument/adjunctasymmetries are shown to follow from an independently motivated indexing algorithm, which entails that adjuncts display an impoverished indexing. The third chapter deduces the properties of A-chains from independently motivated principles, offering a thorough examination of Super-Raising, ImproperMovement, and the Local Binding Condition. The final chapter challenges the standard assumptions regarding Case requirements on traces.

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Samuel David Epstein is at Harvard University.
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Title:Traces and Their AntecedentsFormat:HardcoverDimensions:216 pages, 8.62 × 5.75 × 0.91 inPublished:April 30, 1999Publisher:Oxford University Press

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This study investigates the distribution of traces and their antecedents. The first chapter outlines the Government and Binding theory, enabling those unfamiliar with this framework to understand the ensuing discussion. Chapters two through four concern the Empty Category Principle (ECP), A-chain conditions, and Case Requirements on traces, respectively.