Phi Theory: Phi-Features Across Modules and Interfaces: Oxford Studies in Theoretical Linguistics, cartea 16

Editat de Daniel Harbour, David Adger, Susana Béjar
en Limba Engleză Paperback – mai 2008
Phi-features, such as person, number, and gender, present a rare opportunity for syntacticians, morphologists and semanticists to collaborate on a research enterprise in which they all have an equal stake and which they all approach with data and insights from their own fields. This volume is the first to attempt to bring together these different strands and styles of research. It presents the core questions, major results, and new directions of this emergent area of linguistic theory and shows how Phi Theory casts light on the nature of interfaces and the structure of the grammar. The book will interest scholars and students of all aspects of linguistic theory at graduate level and above.
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ISBN-13: 9780199213771
ISBN-10: 0199213771
Pagini: 392
Ilustrații: Tables
Dimensiuni: 155 x 235 x 25 mm
Greutate: 0.59 kg
Colecția OUP Oxford
Seria Oxford Studies in Theoretical Linguistics

Locul publicării:Oxford, United Kingdom


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Notă biografică

Daniel Harbour is a Research Fellow at Queen Mary, University of London. His primary research interest is features, from interpretation to pronunciation. His publications include Morphosemantic Number (Springer 2007) and An Intelligent Person's Guide to Atheism (Duckworth 2001).David Adger is Professor of Linguistics at Queen Mary, University of London. He is author of Core Syntax (OUP 2003) and co-editor of the journal Syntax. His publications on syntax and its interfaces with other components of the grammar include articles in Language, Linguistic Inquiry and Natural Language and Linguistic Theory.Susana Béjar is a Lecturer in Linguistics at the University of Toronto. Her research investigates complexity in morphosyntactic systems. Her book, Phi-Syntax: A Theory of Agreement, is in preparation for publication in this series.