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minimalist program for linguistic theory.

Noam Chomsky

minimalist program for linguistic theory.

by Noam Chomsky

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Published by Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Department of Linguistics and Philosophy in Cambridge, MA .
Written in English


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SeriesMIT occasional papers in linguistics -- No.1
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20261430M

Outline I. Introduction A. 1. Definition of Syntax 2. Overview of Chomsky’s Contribution to Syntax. II. Main Body B. Government and Binding Theory 1. The Levels of Representation a. D-Structure b. S-Structure c. PF d. LF 2. The Subtheories a. This chapter describes a Minimalist Program for linguistic theory that builds on the principles-and-parameters model and, in particular, on principles of economy of derivation and representation. It begins with an overview of some general considerations, such as the assumption that language is part of the natural world before turning to a discussion of language faculty and one of its.

The publication of Noam Chomsky's The Minimalist Program was a milestone in the study and development of linguistics as a scientific discipline. The strong minimalist thesis, which extends linguistic study into broader fields such as neurolinguistics and the philosophy of language, has advocates and opponents, and is not universally accepted. In his foundational book published in , the author offered a significant contribution to the generative tradition in linguistics. This twentieth-anniversary edition reissues this classic work with a new preface by the author. The author attempts to situate linguistic theory in the broader cognitive sciences, with the chapters formulating and progressively developing the minimalist approach.

Author by: Cedric Boeckx Languange: en Publisher by: OUP Oxford Format Available: PDF, ePub, Mobi Total Read: 72 Total Download: File Size: 42,9 Mb Description: This is a self-contained introduction to the Minimalist Program for linguistic theory, the boldest and most radical version of Noam Chomsky's naturalistic approach to Boeckx examines its foundations. In linguistics, transformational grammar (TG) or transformational-generative grammar (TGG) is part of the theory of generative grammar, especially of natural considers grammar to be a system of rules that generate exactly those combinations of words that form grammatical sentences in a given language and involves the use of defined operations (called transformations) to produce.


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This twentieth-anniversary edition reissues this classic work with a. The Minimalist Program, by Noam Chomsky, is a collection of four articles, ‘The Theory of Principles and Parameters’ (written with Howard Lasnik, 13–), ‘Some notes on Economy of Derivation and representation’ (–), ‘A Minimalist Program for linguistic theory’ (–), and.

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Building on the theory of principles and parameters and, in particular, on principles of economy of derivation and representation, the minimalist framework takes Universal Grammar as providing a unique.

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This twentieth-anniversary edition reissues this classic work with a new preface by the author. The Minimalist Program, by Noam Chomsky, is a collection of four articles, ‘The Theory of Principles and Parameters’ (written with Howard Lasnik, 13–), ‘Some notes on Economy of.

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Linguistic minimalism refers to a family of approaches exploring a conjecture, first formulated by Noam Chomsky in the early s, concerning the nature of the human language faculty. This chapter first states what the conjecture amounts to, what sort of research programme emerges from it, and how it could be carried out.

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