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A Course In Minimalist Syntax(2005)  무료배송

 
지은이 : Lasnik,Uriagereka,Boeckx
출판사 : Blackwell
판수 : 1 edition
페이지수 : 299 pages
ISBN : 0631199888
예상출고일 : 입금확인후 2일 이내
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도서가격 : 35,000원 ( 무료배송 )
적립금 : 1,050 Point
     

 
A Course in Minimalist Syntax is a straightforward and detailed introduction to essential topics in the minimalist program, designed for students and scholars alike.

  • maintains an informal tone for students yet also contains enough fresh material to appeal to specialists

  • provides a natural extension of the classroom approach to linguistics, showing readers a new way of approaching syntax by thinking in minimalist terms

  • written by two prominent syntax researchers, the authors of the classic A Course in GB Syntax, Howard Lasnik and Juan Uriagereka
  • Howard Lasnik is Distinguished University Professor in the Department of Linguistics at the University of Maryland. His publications include Essays on Anaphora (1989), Minimalist Syntax (Blackwell, 1999), and Minimalist Investigations in Linguistic Theory (2003).



    Juan Uriagereka is Professor in the Department of Linguistics at the University of Maryland, and is author of A Course in GB Syntax (with Howard Lasnik, 1988) and Rhyme and Reason: An Introduction to Minimalist Syntax (1998).



    Cedrick Boeckx is Assistant Professor in the Department of Linguistics at Harvard University. He is the author of Islands and Chains (2003) and Multiple Wh-fronting (edited with K. K. Grohmann, 2003).




    Preface.

    Acknowledgments.

    Abbreviations.

    1. Minimalist Expectations: Preliminary Assumptions, with a Review of Some Familiar Notions.

    2. From Rules to Principles and Beyond: A Strongly Constructivist System, with a Detailed Presentation of Phrase뻮tructure.

    3. The Economy of Derivations: Featuring Movements of Various Sorts and Ways to Constrain Them.

    4. The Economy of Representations: Featuring Chain Uniformity and Case.

    5. The Last Resort Character of Linguistic Computations: On What Drives the Movement Operation and Related Topics.

    6. LF Processes: Why We (Don뭪?) Need Them and What They Might Be.

    7. Roles, Cycles, Binding and Related Problems: Including a Discussion of Open Questions Relating Wh뻧ovement.

    References.

    Index.

    "Most introductions present syntactic theories as completed wholes. They march through a series of illustrative problems and give them final answers in an authoritative tone. This is a very different work, with more attention paid to why the field should be of interest and to where there are unanswered questions. Whether you are new to the study of syntax and wondering why anyone would be interested in minimalism, or an old hand stopping by to find out whatever happened to the ECP, this book will grab you. It is a gem." Randall Hendrick, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

    "This book anchors abstract minimalist speculations to some of the fundamental empirical problems that have occupied syntactic theory for the past half century and shows how current ideas developed naturally from previous ones. It is essential reading for understanding how the Minimalist Program advances the study of human language." Robert Freidin, Princeton University

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