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Broadening the Domain of Grammar: A Batch from Linguistic Inquiry Noam Chomsky

Broadening the Domain of Grammar: A Batch from Linguistic Inquiry

Noam Chomsky

Published January 19th 2015
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“Language involves a systematic mapping between forms…and interpretations,” writes Eric Reuland in his introduction to Broadening the Domain of Grammar: A Batch from Linguistic Inquiry. Bringing together articles spanning over a decade of LinguisticMore“Language involves a systematic mapping between forms…and interpretations,” writes Eric Reuland in his introduction to Broadening the Domain of Grammar: A Batch from Linguistic Inquiry. Bringing together articles spanning over a decade of Linguistic Inquiry, this Batch examines the basic computational mechanisms of the language system. The authors explore such topics as language design, Move and Agree, and expanding the boundaries of grammar. Dig in.About BATCHESThe BATCHES Series from the MIT Press features collections of journal articles on themes identified by and currently resonating with readers. The collections are curated by authoritative voices in the field: editors, authors, scholars, and practitioners. Each Batch is bundled for immediate download, and the series represents the rapid, responsive innovation that the MIT Press provides to its readership.ContentsThree Factors in Language DesignNoam ChomskyReconstruction, Binding Theory, and the Interpretation of ChainsDanny FoxOn the Locality and Motivation of Move and Agree: An Even More Minimal TheoryŽeljko BoškovićEllipsis Sites as Definite DescriptionsPaul ElbourneThe Lexicon-Syntax Parameter: Reflexivization and Other Arity OperationsTanya Reinhart and Tal SiloniBroaden Your Views: Implicatures of Domain Widening and the ‘‘Logicality’’ of LanguageGennaro ChierchiaThe Movement Derivation of Conditional ClausesLiliane HaegemanConditions on Argument DropHalldór Ármann SigurðssonPerson Features and Pronominal AnaphoraDenis Delfitto and Gaetano Fiorin