The Parametrization of Universal Grammar
| University of Passan
In this volume the subject of parametrization is addressed from various, though interrelated perspectives, ranging from learnability, the form and nature of parametrization, the role of the interface between morphology and syntax and the parameters of X-bar syntax, to the lexical parametrization hypothesis.
[Linguistik Aktuell/Linguistics Today, 8] 1993. xvii, 232 pp.
Publishing status: Available
© John Benjamins Publishing Company
Table of Contents
Instead of Preface: Some reflections on ParametersGisbert Fanselow | p. vii
Principled Variability: Parametrization without Parameter FixingHubert Haider | p. 1
Parameter Setting and the Binding Theory: No Subset ProblemPriya Bondre | p. 17
Projecting Inflecting VerbsEric J. Reuland and Wim Kosmeijer | p. 37
The Projection of Categories and the Nature of AgreementEllen Brandner | p. 73
The Structure of German Verb Projections — A Problem of Syntactic ParametrizationPeter Suchsland | p. 123
The Definiton of Morphological and Syntactic WordsMarco Haverkort | p. 145
On the Linear Order of the Modifier-Head-Position in NPsManfred Ewert and Fred Hansen | p. 161
On the Parametrization of Lexical PropertiesElisabeth Löbel | p. 183
The Syntax of “Possessor” PhrasesIlse Zimmermann | p. 201
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