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PHRASE STRUCTURE AND ARGUMENT STRUCTURE: A CASE STUDY OF THE SYNTAX-SEMANTICS INTERFACE (OXFORD STUDIES IN THEORETICAL LINGUISTICS) - Mart?-n Gil

PHRASE STRUCTURE AND ARGUMENT STRUCTURE: A CASE STUDY OF THE SYNTAX-SEMANTICS INTERFACE (OXFORD STUDIES IN THEORETICAL LINGUISTICS)

PHRASE STRUCTURE AND ARGUMENT STRUCTURE: A CASE STUDY OF THE SYNTAX-SEMANTICS INTERFACE (OXFORD STUDIES IN THEORETICAL LINGUISTICS)


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  • Título: PHRASE STRUCTURE AND ARGUMENT STRUCTURE: A CASE STUDY OF THE SYNTAX-SEMANTICS INTERFACE (OXFORD STUDIES IN THEORETICAL LINGUISTICS)
  • Autor: Mart?-n Gil
  • Editor: Outskirts Press
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  • ISBN: 9780199677122
  • Formato de libro: EPUB, PDF, DOCx, TXT, MOBI, FB2, Mp3
  • Numero de paginas: 184 p
  • Idiomas: Español
  • Valoración: ★★★★★
  • País: España
  • Tamaño del archivo: 49MB

Sinopsis de PHRASE STRUCTURE AND ARGUMENT STRUCTURE: A CASE STUDY OF THE SYNTAX-SEMANTICS INTERFACE (OXFORD STUDIES IN THEORETICAL LINGUISTICS) de Mart?-n Gil:

This book focuses on the relationship between syntax and meanin g. Terje Lohndal's core claim is that it is possible to create a transparent mapping from syntax to logical form such that each syntactic Spell-Out domain directly corresponds to a conjunct at logical form. The argument focuses on two domains of grammar - phrase structure and argument structure - a nd brings together two independently established but seemingly unconnected hypotheses: that verbs do not require arguments, and that specifiers are not required by the grammar. Following the introduction, the second chapter looks in detail at the separation of the verb from its thematic arguments, and presents data from argument structure, reciprocals, and adjectival passives, while the third examines the claim that specifiers do not play a role as the target of various grammatical operations. Chapter 4 then brings these arguments together and proposes a syntax that maps transparently onto l ogical forms where all thematic arguments are severed from the verb. Moreover, the broader consequences of this approach are outlined in terms of Spell-Out, movement, linearization, thematic uniqueness, and agreement. The book closes with an examination of the relationship between grammatical and c onceptual meaning, and a detailed discussion of the nature of compositionality.

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