Past Participle Agreement

A study on the grammaticalization of formal features

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In this book, the traditional definition of ‘grammaticalization’ is challenged in the light of current developments in grammar theory. The main innovation of this approach is the focus on the feature composition of lexical items. From this perspective, the loss of past participle agreement in Catalan is analyzed on the basis of newly collected data as a consequence of the grammaticalization of formal features. The emergence of syntactic formal features through grammaticalization is understood as a last-resort repair mechanism for pragmatically costly derivations. Further far-reaching implications of this proposal under discussion are: the interplay between (re-)parametrization, economy, cyclicity, and grammaticalization; the characterization of free variation under a modified version of the Interface Hypothesis; and the precedence of syntactic over morphological change. This book is not only of interest to specialists in Romance languages but also to anyone working on diachronic linguistics.
[Linguistik Aktuell/Linguistics Today, 265]  Expected December 2020.  xx, 232 pp. + index
Publishing status: In production
Table of Contents
This is a provisional table of contents, and subject to changes.
Acknowledgements
List of abbreviations and symbols
List of tables
List of figures
Introduction
Part One. Past participle agreement in Romance languages
Chapter 1. General remarks on past participle agreement
Chapter 2. Optionality and language change: PPA as an interface phenomenon
Chapter 3. Past participle agreement in Catalan
Chapter 4. Standpoint and research outlines
Part Two. Theoretical background
Chapter 5. On clausal structure and universal grammar
Chapter 6. On grammaticalization and language change
Chapter 7. Subject-verb agreement revisited
Part Three. Past participle agreement in Catalan
Chapter 8. Data collection
Chapter 9. The PPA cycle
Chapter 10. Diachronic analysis of past participle agreement in Catalan: A grammaticalization approach
Concluding remarks
References
Appendix I. List of texts used in the Old Catalan corpus
Appendix II. Acceptability judgment task for Old Catalan
Index
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