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Grammar and discourse principles : functional syntax and GB theory

責任表示 Susumu Kuno and Ken-ichi Takami
データ種別 図書
出版者 Chicago : University of Chicago Press
出版年 1993
本文言語 英語
大きさ ix, 221 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
概要 In Grammar and Discourse Principles, Susumu Kuno and Ken-ichi Takami critically examine recent work in the Government and Binding framework developed by Chomsky, Rizzi, Lasnik and Saito, Huang, Aoun, ...nd others. They demonstrate that this work encounters a variety of empirical and theoretical difficulties when confronted by an expanded range of data. Alternatively, the authors offer independently motivated functional explanations that account for these data and that do not require postulation of concepts like "L-marking" and "blocking category." Kuno and Takami begin by looking at extraction phenomena, including extraction from complement clauses, the overt subject requirement, and subjacency, and provide functional accounts that improve on the Barriers analysis. Next, they discuss multiple wh questions in English and Japanese, with special reference to why and naze. The authors also examine and ultimately reject the major arguments in support of Larson's "light predicate raising" analysis. Finally, Kuno and Takami discuss coreferentiality of picture noun reflexives and the relation of quantifier scope interpretations, particularly those in sentences involving psychological verbs such as bother, worry, and please. In this subtly argued book, the authors raise questions of critical importance for theoretical linguists of all persuasions.
In Grammar and Discourse Principles, Susumu Kuno and Ken-ichi Takami critically examine recent work in the Government and Binding framework developed by Chomsky, Rizzi, Lasnik and Saito, Huang, Aoun, and others. They demonstrate that this work encounters a variety of empirical and theoretical difficulties when confronted by an expanded range of data. Alternatively, the authors offer independently motivated functional explanations that account for these data and that do not require postulation of concepts like "L-marking" and "blocking category." Kuno and Takami begin by looking at extraction phenomena, including extraction from complement clauses, the overt subject requirement, and subjacency, and provide functional accounts that improve on the Barriers analysis. Next, they discuss multiple wh questions in English and Japanese, with special reference to why and naze. The authors also examine and ultimately reject the major arguments in support of Larson's "light predicate raising" analysis. Finally, Kuno and Takami discuss coreferentiality of picture noun reflexives and the relation of quantifier scope interpretations, particularly those in sentences involving psychological verbs such as bother, worry, and please. In this subtly argued book, the authors raise questions of critical importance for theoretical linguists of all persuasions.
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文 言語(研究室) 068052194003500 応用言語/6B/76 1993

書誌詳細

一般注記 Bibliography: p. 209-214
Includes indexes
著者標目 *久野, 暲(1933-) <クノ, ススム>
高見, 健一(1952-) <タカミ, ケンイチ>
件 名 LCSH:Grammar, Comparative and general -- Syntax  全ての件名で検索
LCSH:Generative grammar
LCSH:Government-binding theory (Linguistics)
LCSH:Functionalism (Linguistics)
分 類 NDC8:801.5
LCC:P291
DC20:415
書誌ID 1000058328
ISBN 0226462021
NCID BA21365850
巻冊次 : cloth ; ISBN:0226462021
: pbk ; ISBN:0226462048
登録日 2009.09.10
更新日 2009.09.10

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