Dimensions of Movement

Dimensions of Movement : From Features to Remnants

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This volume presents a collection of papers of recent generative research into the properties of phrasal and feature movement, which explore these key syntactic phenomena from different angles and across languages. The papers advance or build on models of movement which capitalize either on generalized feature movement or on generalized remnant movement. Both these approaches attempt to develop a restrictive theory of movement aiming at a simplification of the operations of the computational system. Despite the fact that they are so different technically, generalized feature movement and generalized remnant movement both push the theory of movement to the same direction in two important respects: (a) Elimination of head movement. (b) Elimination of covert movement. The book is of primary interest to researchers and students in theoretical linguistics and syntactic theory.show more

Product details

  • Hardback | 351 pages
  • 164 x 245 x 25.4mm | 610g
  • John Benjamins Publishing Co
  • Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • English
  • 1588111857
  • 9781588111852

Table of contents

1. 1. Introduction (by Alexiadou, Artemis); 2. 2. Raising without infinitives and the role of agreement (by Alexiadou, Artemis); 3. 3. Prosodic diagnostics for remnant AP movement in Polish (by Banski, Piotr); 4. 4. Remnant stranding and the theory of Movement (by Barbiers, Sjef); 5. 5. VOS in Portuguese: Arguments against an analysis in terms of remnant movement (by Costa, Joao); 6. 6. Against remnant VP-movement (by Fanselow, Gisbert); 7. 7. Remnant movement and partial deletion (by Hinterholzl, Roland); 8. 8. Derivations and complexity filters (by Koopman, Hilda); 9. 9. Feature movement or agreement at a distance? (by Lasnik, Howard); 10. 10. Two types of remnant movement (by Muller, Gereon); 11. 11. On Feature Movement (by Nakamura, Masanori); 12. 12. CP-pied-piping and remnant IP movement in long distance wh-movement (by Noonan, Maire B.); 13. 13. Phrasal movement in Hebrew adjectives and possessives (by Sichel, Ivy); 14. Indexshow more