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This quantity investigates interface interpretation inside part thought, the present degree of syntactic theorizing in the ??;Minimalist Program??, the generative study company instigated by means of Noam Chomsky over 15 years in the past. the gathering brings jointly students who deal with architectural, conceptual, and interpretive matters within the grammar. of their investigations of the interpretive interfaces, Logical shape and Phonetic shape, the chapters offer novel analyses for either new and recognized evidence, deal with theoretical matters for section idea, and give a contribution insights from phonology and semantics.
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At least since Bresnan (1971), it has been established that intonation (also called sentence or phrasal stress) directly depends on syntactic structure. The topic is covered by a rich syntactic literature, including Berman & Szamosi (1972), Cinque (1993), Kahnemuyipour (2004) and Adger (2007). A classical example appears under (8) below (words in small caps bear prominent sentence stress). (8) syntax-sensitive intonation a. b. Helen left DIRECTIONS for George to follow. Helen left directions for George to FOLLOW.
Note, however, that this is not a necessary conclusion: two distinct structures may as well be ‘harvested’ by the same mechanism. On the other hand, in case morphology and syntax are found to be emanations of one and the same computational system, there is of course no room for two distinct spell-out mechanisms. The reason why the number of spell-out mechanisms matters is a massive empirical asymmetry that has been encoded in phonological theories of the interface without, however, having been made explicit as such.
In this case, the intermodular arguments that were made above do not bite since the phonological evidence for the phase edge concerns the spell-out of morphemes, whereas the syntactic evidence for the same device is based on the spell-out of words and larger pieces. If on the other hand it is found that morphological structure is just the lower part of syntactic structure, there can be only one spell-out mechanism, and the intermodular arguments made go through without further discussion. We have thus reached a point of indecision: the prima facie arguments only hold if we can be sure that there is only one single spell-out mechanism, and this question depends on the ever-lasting debate whether morphology and syntax are one.
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