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minimalist program revisited: chomsky's strength trigger
. a nature ’select among convergent derivations’ (p. 378). Since the program does not assume the existence of any conditions (such as. attempt to suggest that despite the interesting potentialities of the Minimalist Program for the theory of syntax, Chomsky’s thesis of movement. the analysis of movement phenomena within the framework of the minimalist approach. It further suggests that it is possible (a) to.

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minimalist program revisited: chomsky's strength to trigger movement
. a nature ’select among convergent derivations’ (p. 378). Since the program does not assume the existence of any conditions (such as. attempt to suggest that despite the interesting potentialities of the Minimalist Program for the theory of syntax, Chomsky’s thesis of movement. the analysis of movement phenomena within the framework of the minimalist approach. It further suggests that it is possible (a) to.

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minimalist program revisited: chomsky's strength to trigger movement
. a nature ’select among convergent derivations’ (p. 378). Since the program does not assume the existence of any conditions (such as. attempt to suggest that despite the interesting potentialities of the Minimalist Program for the theory of syntax, Chomsky’s thesis of movement. the analysis of movement phenomena within the framework of the minimalist approach. It further suggests that it is possible (a) to.

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the minimalist program and germanic syntax
It contains a detailed discussion of the analysis of Germanic verb second phenomena presented in Zwart (1993a) (henceforth referred to as DS) and earlier work. Scattered throughout Gärtner and Steinbach's paper are a number of interesting problems for the analysis of DS. Some of these are problems for any analysis of verb second, and all of them present excellent material to work on if we wish to further our understanding of the intricacies of Germanic syntax. GärtnerandSteinbach,however, do not .

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a minimalist program for phonology
I advocate here (and in recent work, most notably Samuels 2009a) for a bottom-up approach to phonology, made possible by treating the phonological module as a system of abstract symbolic computation, divorced from phonetic content. This approach has come to be called “substance-free phonology,” as first described by Hale and Reiss (2000a,b). We argue that phonologists must stop the practice of “substance abuse,” or misguidedly mixing the study of phonological form with the properties of phonetic content.1 .

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