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Organizing Grammar : Linguistic Studies in Honor of Henk van Riemsdijk.

By: Contributor(s): Series: Studies in Generative Grammar [SGG] SerPublisher: Berlin/Boston : De Gruyter, Inc., 2006Copyright date: ©2006Description: 1 online resource (716 pages)Content type:
  • text
Media type:
  • computer
Carrier type:
  • online resource
ISBN:
  • 9783110892994
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Organizing Grammar : Linguistic Studies in Honor of Henk van RiemsdijkDDC classification:
  • 415
LOC classification:
  • P201 -- .O64 2005eb
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Contents:
Intro -- List of contributors -- Hi Morris, this is Henk! -- An intersubjective note on the notion of ‚subjectification' -- A note on non-canonical passives: the case of the get-passive -- Displaced and misplaced genitives -- Preposition stranding and locative adverbs in German -- Moving verbal complexes in Spanish -- Unbearably light verbs versus finite auxiliary drop -- Extraction from subjects: some remarks on Chomsky's On phases -- A Chinese relative -- Approximative of zo as a diagnostic tool -- A note on interpretable features and idiosyncratic categorial selection -- Transparent, free... and polarised: the (poli)tics of polarity in transparent free relatives -- The inverse agreement constraint in Hungarian: a relic of a Uralic-Siberian Sprachbund? -- Syntactic conditions on phonetically empty morphemes -- Long-distance reciprocals -- The notion of topic and the problem of quantification in Hungarian -- Questions of complexity -- Functional heads, lexical heads and hybrid categories -- Concatenation and interpretation -- As time goes by: a digressive discourse -- There's that: unifying existential and list readings -- Extended projections - extended analogues: a note on Hungarian PPs -- Against the sonority scale: evidence from Frankish tones -- Classifiers, agreement and honorifics in Japanese -- What stranded adjectives reveal about Split-NP Topicalization -- Past tense interpretations in Dutch -- Why phonology is the same -- Recursively linked Case-Agreement: from accidents to principles and beyond -- Enfoldment as Economy -- „GP, I'll have to put your flat feet on the ground" -- On parameters and on principles of pronunciation -- What to do with those fools of a crew! -- Why indefinite pronouns are different -- Seeing the forest despite the tree -- When to pied-pipe and when to strand in San Dionicio Octotepec Zapotec.
Free relatives as light-headed relatives in Turkish -- Is linguistics a natural science? -- Two asymmetries between Clitic Left and Clitic Right Dislocation in Bulgarian -- On dative subjects in Russian -- On the nature of case in Basque: structural or inherent? -- Examining the scope of Principles-and-Parameters Theory -- Clitics and adjacency in Greek PPs -- A minimalist program for parametric linguistics? -- A syntactic approach to negated focus questions in Bulgarian -- The case of midpositions -- Quechua P-soup -- Semantic compositionality of the way-construction -- Soft mutation at the interface -- Abracadabra, the relation between stress and rhythm -- What do we learn when we acquire a language? -- A prosodic contrast between Northern and Southern Dutch: a result of a Flemish-French sprachbund -- The object of verbs like help and an apparent violation of UTAH -- A note on relative pronouns in Standard German -- Agreeing to bind -- Positive polarity and evaluation -- Phase theory and the privilege of the root -- On the role of parameters in Universal Grammar: a reply to Newmeyer -- Welsh VP-ellipsis and the representation of aspect -- A new perspective on event participants in psychological states and events -- A glimpse of doubly-filled COMPs in Swiss German -- Missing prepositions in Dutch free relatives -- Final sonorant devoicing in early Yokuts field-records -- Cyclic NP structure and trace interpretation -- Appositive and parenthetical relative clauses -- Overt infinitival subjects (if that's what they are) -- Wanna and the prepositional complementizers of English -- A note on asymmetric coordination and subject gaps -- The representation of focus and its implications: towards an alternative account of some ‚intervention effects' -- Circumstantial evidence for Dative Shift -- Why should diminutives count?.
Adjacency, PF, and extraposition -- A note on functional adpositions -- Bibliography of Henk C. van Riemsdijk -- Index.
Summary: The architecture of the human language faculty has been one of the main foci of the linguistic research of the last half century. This branch of linguistics, broadly known as Generative Grammar, is concerned with the formulation of explanatory formal accounts of linguistic phenomena with the ulterior goal of gaining insight into the properties of the 'language organ'. The series comprises high quality monographs and collected volumes that address such issues. The topics in this series range from phonology to semantics, from syntax to information structure, from mathematical linguistics to studies of the lexicon.
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Intro -- List of contributors -- Hi Morris, this is Henk! -- An intersubjective note on the notion of ‚subjectification' -- A note on non-canonical passives: the case of the get-passive -- Displaced and misplaced genitives -- Preposition stranding and locative adverbs in German -- Moving verbal complexes in Spanish -- Unbearably light verbs versus finite auxiliary drop -- Extraction from subjects: some remarks on Chomsky's On phases -- A Chinese relative -- Approximative of zo as a diagnostic tool -- A note on interpretable features and idiosyncratic categorial selection -- Transparent, free... and polarised: the (poli)tics of polarity in transparent free relatives -- The inverse agreement constraint in Hungarian: a relic of a Uralic-Siberian Sprachbund? -- Syntactic conditions on phonetically empty morphemes -- Long-distance reciprocals -- The notion of topic and the problem of quantification in Hungarian -- Questions of complexity -- Functional heads, lexical heads and hybrid categories -- Concatenation and interpretation -- As time goes by: a digressive discourse -- There's that: unifying existential and list readings -- Extended projections - extended analogues: a note on Hungarian PPs -- Against the sonority scale: evidence from Frankish tones -- Classifiers, agreement and honorifics in Japanese -- What stranded adjectives reveal about Split-NP Topicalization -- Past tense interpretations in Dutch -- Why phonology is the same -- Recursively linked Case-Agreement: from accidents to principles and beyond -- Enfoldment as Economy -- „GP, I'll have to put your flat feet on the ground" -- On parameters and on principles of pronunciation -- What to do with those fools of a crew! -- Why indefinite pronouns are different -- Seeing the forest despite the tree -- When to pied-pipe and when to strand in San Dionicio Octotepec Zapotec.

Free relatives as light-headed relatives in Turkish -- Is linguistics a natural science? -- Two asymmetries between Clitic Left and Clitic Right Dislocation in Bulgarian -- On dative subjects in Russian -- On the nature of case in Basque: structural or inherent? -- Examining the scope of Principles-and-Parameters Theory -- Clitics and adjacency in Greek PPs -- A minimalist program for parametric linguistics? -- A syntactic approach to negated focus questions in Bulgarian -- The case of midpositions -- Quechua P-soup -- Semantic compositionality of the way-construction -- Soft mutation at the interface -- Abracadabra, the relation between stress and rhythm -- What do we learn when we acquire a language? -- A prosodic contrast between Northern and Southern Dutch: a result of a Flemish-French sprachbund -- The object of verbs like help and an apparent violation of UTAH -- A note on relative pronouns in Standard German -- Agreeing to bind -- Positive polarity and evaluation -- Phase theory and the privilege of the root -- On the role of parameters in Universal Grammar: a reply to Newmeyer -- Welsh VP-ellipsis and the representation of aspect -- A new perspective on event participants in psychological states and events -- A glimpse of doubly-filled COMPs in Swiss German -- Missing prepositions in Dutch free relatives -- Final sonorant devoicing in early Yokuts field-records -- Cyclic NP structure and trace interpretation -- Appositive and parenthetical relative clauses -- Overt infinitival subjects (if that's what they are) -- Wanna and the prepositional complementizers of English -- A note on asymmetric coordination and subject gaps -- The representation of focus and its implications: towards an alternative account of some ‚intervention effects' -- Circumstantial evidence for Dative Shift -- Why should diminutives count?.

Adjacency, PF, and extraposition -- A note on functional adpositions -- Bibliography of Henk C. van Riemsdijk -- Index.

The architecture of the human language faculty has been one of the main foci of the linguistic research of the last half century. This branch of linguistics, broadly known as Generative Grammar, is concerned with the formulation of explanatory formal accounts of linguistic phenomena with the ulterior goal of gaining insight into the properties of the 'language organ'. The series comprises high quality monographs and collected volumes that address such issues. The topics in this series range from phonology to semantics, from syntax to information structure, from mathematical linguistics to studies of the lexicon.

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