Romance Languages and Linguistic Theory 2004 : Selected papers from 'Going Romance', Leiden, 9-11 December 2004.

By: Doetjes, JennyContributor(s): González, PazPublisher: Amsterdam : John Benjamins Publishing Company, 2006Copyright date: ©2006Description: 1 online resource (336 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9789027293206Subject(s): Romance languages -- Congresses.;Romance philology -- CongressesGenre/Form: Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Romance Languages and Linguistic Theory 2004 : Selected papers from ‘Going Romance’, Leiden, 9–11 December 2004DDC classification: 440 LOC classification: PC11 -- .R634 2006ebOnline resources: Click to View
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Romance Languages and Linguistic Theory 2004 -- Editorial page -- Title page -- LCC data -- Introduction -- Contents -- CUALQUIER, EXCEPTION PHRASES AND NEGATION -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Some facts about distribution -- 3. "Cualquier" as a Hamblin-indefinite -- 4. Implicatures and metalinguistic negation -- 5. Exception phrases -- 6. Conclusion -- References -- AGREEMENT AND PREDICATE INVERSION IN SPANISH DP -- 1. Introduction -- 2. The lo-de construction and the DP-internal predicate inversion construction -- 3. Lo-de versus lo-que -- 4. Against a unifying analysis of lo-de and lo-que -- 5. A new proposal: lo-de as a DP-internal predicate inversion construction -- 6. Conclusions -- References -- MODES OF SEMANTIC COMBINATIONS: NP / DP -- 1. Introducing NP vs. DP adjectives -- 2. The Romanian adjectival article cel, a Predication head -- 3. DPs that require DP modifiers -- 4. The pre-nominal position of predicative adjectives: Participial adjectives -- 5. Conclusions -- References -- WHERE DID ROMANCE N-RAISING COME FROM? -- 1. Introduction -- 2. The noun phrase in Classical Latin and Old English: an outline -- 3. Old English -- 4. Latin -- 5. Conclusion -- Sources -- References -- NULL COMPLEMENT ANAPHORA IN ROMANCE -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Null complement anaphora in English -- 3. NCA as deep anaphora in Spanish -- 4. NCA as surface anaphora: the case of Brazilian and European Portuguese -- 5. Surface anaphora and the theory of ellipsis -- 6. Concluding remarks -- References -- BENEFACTIVES AREN'T GOALS IN ITALIAN -- 1. Introduction: a-phrases in Italian -- 2. High and low datives: Passive and binding -- 3. Analysis -- 4. Causative structure and benefactive datives -- 5. Questions and conclusions -- References -- T-to-C MOVEMENT IN RELATIVE CLAUSES -- 1. Introduction -- 2. T-to-C movement -- 3. The raising analysis of relative clauses.
4. The proposal: a T-to-C movement account -- 5. Conclusions -- References -- PROPERTIES OF INFINITIVAL STRUCTURES IN ROMANCE -- 1. Introduction -- 2. An analysis for ARIs -- 3. Temporal modifiers in ARIs -- 4. Cross-linguistic predictions -- 5. Widening the empirical domain: Ser and estar -- 6. Open issues and future research -- 7. Concluding remarks -- References -- EMPHATIC AFFIRMATION AND POLARITY -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Emphatic affirmation in European and Brazialian Portuguese -- 3. Extending the analysis: other Romance languages -- 4. Conclusion -- References -- LANGUAGE VARIATION AND HISTORICAL CHANGE -- 1. Some objects are more object than others -- 2. Optimization of differential object marking -- 3. The development of DOM in Spanish -- 4. Variation, historical change, and stochastic OT -- 5. Discussion -- References -- SPECIAL INTERROGATIVES - LEFT PERIPHERY, WH-DOUBLING, AND (APPARENTLY) OPTIONAL ELEMENTS -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Standard wh-questions in Bellunese/Pagotto -- 3. Special wh-questions in Bellunese/Pagotto -- 4. Standard questions in the NEIDs - the general framework of analysis -- 5. Surprise-disapproval questions as an exemplary case of special questions: I - bare wh with a positive restriction -- 6. Surprise-disapproval questions II - the bare wh with a default restriction: che -- 7. Summary and consequences of the analysis of SDQs -- References -- DOUBLE AGREEMENT IN COMPLEX INVERSION -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Clitic inversion as complex inversion -- 3. Previous analyses of complex inversion -- 4. Subject positions in complex inversion -- 5. The role of -t- in complex inversion -- 6. Double agreement in complex inversion -- 7. Conclusion -- References -- SUBEXTRACTION IN ROMANCE INTERROGATIVES -- 1. Wh-subextraction: the data -- 2. Possible analyses for wh-subextraction -- 3. Wh-subextraction in Catalan.
4. Summary and some further speculations -- References -- INDEX -- The series CURRENT ISSUES IN LINGUISTIC THEORY.
Summary: This volume brings together a selection of papers from the eighteenth 'Going Romance' symposium, held at Leiden University, 9-11 December 2004. These papers cover a broad range of topics in phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, historical linguistics, and acquisition, in a variety of Romance languages.
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Romance Languages and Linguistic Theory 2004 -- Editorial page -- Title page -- LCC data -- Introduction -- Contents -- CUALQUIER, EXCEPTION PHRASES AND NEGATION -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Some facts about distribution -- 3. "Cualquier" as a Hamblin-indefinite -- 4. Implicatures and metalinguistic negation -- 5. Exception phrases -- 6. Conclusion -- References -- AGREEMENT AND PREDICATE INVERSION IN SPANISH DP -- 1. Introduction -- 2. The lo-de construction and the DP-internal predicate inversion construction -- 3. Lo-de versus lo-que -- 4. Against a unifying analysis of lo-de and lo-que -- 5. A new proposal: lo-de as a DP-internal predicate inversion construction -- 6. Conclusions -- References -- MODES OF SEMANTIC COMBINATIONS: NP / DP -- 1. Introducing NP vs. DP adjectives -- 2. The Romanian adjectival article cel, a Predication head -- 3. DPs that require DP modifiers -- 4. The pre-nominal position of predicative adjectives: Participial adjectives -- 5. Conclusions -- References -- WHERE DID ROMANCE N-RAISING COME FROM? -- 1. Introduction -- 2. The noun phrase in Classical Latin and Old English: an outline -- 3. Old English -- 4. Latin -- 5. Conclusion -- Sources -- References -- NULL COMPLEMENT ANAPHORA IN ROMANCE -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Null complement anaphora in English -- 3. NCA as deep anaphora in Spanish -- 4. NCA as surface anaphora: the case of Brazilian and European Portuguese -- 5. Surface anaphora and the theory of ellipsis -- 6. Concluding remarks -- References -- BENEFACTIVES AREN'T GOALS IN ITALIAN -- 1. Introduction: a-phrases in Italian -- 2. High and low datives: Passive and binding -- 3. Analysis -- 4. Causative structure and benefactive datives -- 5. Questions and conclusions -- References -- T-to-C MOVEMENT IN RELATIVE CLAUSES -- 1. Introduction -- 2. T-to-C movement -- 3. The raising analysis of relative clauses.

4. The proposal: a T-to-C movement account -- 5. Conclusions -- References -- PROPERTIES OF INFINITIVAL STRUCTURES IN ROMANCE -- 1. Introduction -- 2. An analysis for ARIs -- 3. Temporal modifiers in ARIs -- 4. Cross-linguistic predictions -- 5. Widening the empirical domain: Ser and estar -- 6. Open issues and future research -- 7. Concluding remarks -- References -- EMPHATIC AFFIRMATION AND POLARITY -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Emphatic affirmation in European and Brazialian Portuguese -- 3. Extending the analysis: other Romance languages -- 4. Conclusion -- References -- LANGUAGE VARIATION AND HISTORICAL CHANGE -- 1. Some objects are more object than others -- 2. Optimization of differential object marking -- 3. The development of DOM in Spanish -- 4. Variation, historical change, and stochastic OT -- 5. Discussion -- References -- SPECIAL INTERROGATIVES - LEFT PERIPHERY, WH-DOUBLING, AND (APPARENTLY) OPTIONAL ELEMENTS -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Standard wh-questions in Bellunese/Pagotto -- 3. Special wh-questions in Bellunese/Pagotto -- 4. Standard questions in the NEIDs - the general framework of analysis -- 5. Surprise-disapproval questions as an exemplary case of special questions: I - bare wh with a positive restriction -- 6. Surprise-disapproval questions II - the bare wh with a default restriction: che -- 7. Summary and consequences of the analysis of SDQs -- References -- DOUBLE AGREEMENT IN COMPLEX INVERSION -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Clitic inversion as complex inversion -- 3. Previous analyses of complex inversion -- 4. Subject positions in complex inversion -- 5. The role of -t- in complex inversion -- 6. Double agreement in complex inversion -- 7. Conclusion -- References -- SUBEXTRACTION IN ROMANCE INTERROGATIVES -- 1. Wh-subextraction: the data -- 2. Possible analyses for wh-subextraction -- 3. Wh-subextraction in Catalan.

4. Summary and some further speculations -- References -- INDEX -- The series CURRENT ISSUES IN LINGUISTIC THEORY.

This volume brings together a selection of papers from the eighteenth 'Going Romance' symposium, held at Leiden University, 9-11 December 2004. These papers cover a broad range of topics in phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, historical linguistics, and acquisition, in a variety of Romance languages.

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