Article published in:Exploring Crash-Proof Grammars
Edited by Michael T. Putnam
[Language Faculty and Beyond 3] 2010
► pp. 125–142
What are they and what do they do?
This paper consists of four sections. Section 1 identifies an important unclarity regarding the central concept “crash” and suggests a way to rectify it. Section 2 reveals a pervasive empirical problem confronting Chomsky’s (2007, 2008) attractively deductive valuation-transfer analysis. Section 3 offers a possible solution to this problem, reanalyzing the relation between uninterpretable features and Transfer. Section 4 presents a possible modification of a crash-proof aspect of the proposed model and briefly discusses a remaining question.
Published online: 15 September 2010
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