Hubert Haider

List of John Benjamins publications for which Hubert Haider plays a role.


Structurally, cognitive and biological evolution are highly similar. Random variation and constant but blind selection drive evolution within biology as well as within cognition. However, evolution of cognitive programs, and in particular of grammar systems, is not a subclass of biological… read more
Haider, Hubert 2021 In response to the responsesBiological Evolution: More than a metaphor for grammar change, Manzini, Maria Rita (ed.), pp. 109–121 | Reply
Haider, Hubert 2003 3. V-clustering and clause union: Causes and effectsVerb Constructions in German and Dutch, Seuren, Pieter A.M. and Gerard Kempen (eds.), pp. 91–126 | Chapter
Haider, Hubert 2000 OV is More Basic than VOThe Derivation of VO and OV, Svenonius, Peter (ed.), pp. 45 ff. | Article
Haider, Hubert 2000 Towards a Superior Account of SuperiorityWh-Scope Marking, Lutz, Uli, Gereon Müller and Arnim von Stechow (eds.), pp. 231–248 | Article
Haider, Hubert 2000 Branching and DischargeLexical Specification and Insertion, Coopmans, Peter, Martin B.H. Everaert and Jane Grimshaw (eds.), pp. 135 ff. | Article
Haider, Hubert 1997 Typological Implications of a directionality constraint on projectionsStudies on Universal Grammar and Typological Variation, Alexiadou, Artemis and Tracy Alan Hall (eds.), pp. 17–33 | Article
Haider, Hubert 1997 ExtrapositionRightward Movement, Beermann, Dorothee, David LeBlanc and Henk van Riemsdijk (eds.), pp. 115 ff. | Article
Haider, Hubert 1995 Downright Down to the RightOn Extraction and Extraposition in German, Lutz, Uli and Jürgen Pafel (eds.), pp. 245 ff. | Article
Haider, Hubert 1993 Principled Variability: Parametrization without Parameter FixingThe Parametrization of Universal Grammar, Fanselow, Gisbert (ed.), pp. 1 ff. | Article
Haider, Hubert 1990 Topicalization and Other Puzzles of German SyntaxScrambling and Barriers, Grewendorf, Günther and Wolfgang Sternefeld (eds.), pp. 93 ff. | Article
Haider, Hubert 1985 Hadumod Bußmann: Lexicon der SprachwissenschaftStudies in Language 9:3, pp. 463–464 | Squib