Catalan journal of linguistics

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8 p, 503.6 KB Sumari
2009
Catalan Journal of Linguistics, V. 8 (2009) p. 1-6  
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9 p, 474.5 KB Introduction. The Minimalist Program and the concept of Universal Grammar / Fortuny Andreu, Jordi (University of Groningen. Center for Language and Cognition) ; Gallego, Ángel J. (Gallego Bartolomé) (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Departament de Filologia Espanyola)
This volume offers a collection of brief and orginal articles that aim at developing the minimalist approach to language. In this introduction, we would like to discuss certain issues concerning the Minimalist Program and the concept of Universal Grammar as well as to present the contributions of the volume. [...]
2009 - 10.5565/rev/catjl.139
Catalan Journal of Linguistics, V. 8 (2009) p. 7-15  
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22 p, 602.1 KB A note on the punctuated nature of movement paths / Abels, Klaus (University College London) ; Bentzen, Kristine (University of Tromsø)
This paper addresses the question of how a moving item affects the nodes that lie along the path of movement. In particular, we are concerned with the question whether all nodes along the path of movement are affected in the same way or not. [...]
Aquest article tracta de com afecta un element en moviment els nodes que es troben en el seu camí. Més concretament, ens interessem per la qüestió de si tots els nodes que es troben en el camí de l’element en moviment queden afectats de la mateixa manera. [...]

2009 - 10.5565/rev/catjl.138
Catalan Journal of Linguistics, V. 8 (2009) p. 19-40  
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13 p, 492.1 KB On the Locus of Asymmetry in UG / Boeckx, Cedric (Institució Catalana de Recerca i Estudis Avançats (ICREA))
In this article I advance a hypothesis concerning the locus of asymmetry in the grammar. I argue that the fundamental operation of Narrow Syntax (Merge) should be formulated in a symmetric form, and that all the sources of asymmetries should be relegated to the point of cyclic transfer (Cyclic Spell-Out, in a phase-based model).
2009 - 10.5565/rev/catjl.140
Catalan Journal of Linguistics, V. 8 (2009) p. 41-53  
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19 p, 517.0 KB Internal Pair-Merge : the Missing Mode of Movement / Richards, Marc (University of Leipzig. Institute of Linguistics)
In this brief article, I point out the predicted existence of a second mode of movement (alongside Internal Set-Merge) that should be sanctioned under Chomsky’s Strong Minimalist Thesis, namely Internal Pair-Merge, essentially yielding ‘movement by adjunction’. [...]
2009 - 10.5565/rev/catjl.141
Catalan Journal of Linguistics, V. 8 (2009) p. 55-73  
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23 p, 861.3 KB A Note on the Copy vs. Multidominance Theories of Movement / Vicente, Luis (Universität Potsdam. Department Linguistik)
This article considers two different aspects of A-bar movement, namely (a) an analysis of reconstruction effects in terms of deletion at LF, and (b) Johnson’s (2007) decompositional analysis of quantifiers as a means to derive the correct interpretation of A-bar chains. [...]
2009 - 10.5565/rev/catjl.142
Catalan Journal of Linguistics, V. 8 (2009) p. 75-97  
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13 p, 563.5 KB Some Formal Considerations on the Generation of Hierarchically Structured Expressions / Fortuny Andreu, Jordi (University of Groningen. Center for Language and Cognition) ; Corominas Murtra, Bernat (Universitat Pompeu Fabra)
In this note we define a machine that generates nests. The basic relations commonly attributed to linguistic expressions in configurational syntactic models as well as the device of chains postulated in current transformational grammar to represent distance relations can be naturally derived from the assumption that the combinatorial syntactic procedure is a nesting machine. [...]
2009 - 10.5565/rev/catjl.143
Catalan Journal of Linguistics, V. 8 (2009) p. 99-111  
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27 p, 554.1 KB Basic Operations : minimal Syntax-Semantics / Hornstein, Norbert (University of Maryland) ; Pietroski, Paul (University of Maryland)
In this programmatic paper, we articulate a minimalist conception of linguistic composition, syntactic and semantic, with the aim of identifying fundamental operations invoked by the human faculty of language (HFL). [...]
2009 - 10.5565/rev/catjl.148
Catalan Journal of Linguistics, V. 8 (2009) p. 113-139  
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20 p, 591.5 KB Why Y : on the centrality of syntax in the architecture of grammar / Irurtzun, Aritz (Universidad del País Vasco)
I defend the centrality of the syntactic module within the general architecture of grammar. According to this model of the language faculty, syntax creates structures that are interpreted at the interfaces with the Articularory-Perceptual and Conceptual-Intentional systems. [...]
2009 - 10.5565/rev/catjl.145
Catalan Journal of Linguistics, V. 8 (2009) p. 141-160  
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27 p, 558.8 KB Prospects for Top-Down Derivation / Zwart, Jan-Wouter (University of Groningen)
This article explores a model of grammar involving top-down derivations, where each step (“splitmerge”) yields an asymmetric pair of elements relevant to the expression of order, information, and grammatical features. [...]
2009 - 10.5565/rev/catjl.146
Catalan Journal of Linguistics, V. 8 (2009) p. 161-187  
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3 p, 447.7 KB Resums
2009 - 10.5565/rev/catjl.147
Catalan Journal of Linguistics, V. 8 (2009) p. 189-191  

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