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Agreement and Anti-Agreement : A Syntax of Luiseno - Susan Steele

Agreement and Anti-Agreement

A Syntax of Luiseno

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Published: 28th February 1990
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One The Issues - Analytical and Theoretical.- 0. Introduction.- 1. The Analytical Problem.- 2. Theoretical Proposals.- 2.1 Background.- 2.2 Idea.- 2.3 Theoretical Framework.- 2.3.1 Assumptions.- 2.3.2 Functor Types.- 2.3.3 Category Types.- 2.3.4 The Interaction.- 2.4 Conclusion.- 3. Consequences.- 4. Conclusion.- Notes for Chapter One.- Two Luiseno Features: Background.- 0. Introduction.- 1. Relevant Morphology.- 1.1 Base Forms and Affixes.- 1.2 Analytical Issues.- 2. The Feature ADAFF.- 3. The Feature NUM.- 4. The Feature ASP.- 5. Complexities to RIGHT AN.- 6. Combinatorial Complexities.- 7. Conclusion.- Notes for Chapter Two.- Appendix to Chapter Two.- Three Agreement and Anti-Agreement.- 0. Introduction.- 1. Some Facts and Simple Constituents.- 1.1 Identity.- 1.2 Overlap.- 1.3 Coalescence.- 1.4 Beyond RIGHTAN.- 1.5 Refinements.- 2. The Representation of Constituents.- 2.1 The Formal Value of Constituents.- 2.1.1 RIGHTAN and Containment.- 2.1.2 The Other Features and the Most Fully Specified Principle.- 2.2 Extending the Argument.- 2.3 Conclusion.- 3. Facts about Argument Structures.- 3.1 Constituents in an Array.- 3.2 Array Types.- 3.3 Empirical Observations.- 4. Incorporation.- 4.1 The Argument Structure: A First Pass.- 4.2 The Argument Structure Expanded.- 4.2.1 Part One.- 4.2.2 Part Two.- 4.2.3 Part Three.- 4.3 The Place of the Conditions.- 4.4 Conclusion.- 5. A First Look at Category Type.- 5.1 The Rule Taking Constituents to Constituents.- 5.2 The Rule that Takes Argument Structures to Argument Structures.- 5.3 Consequences.- 6. Conclusion.- Notes for Chapter Three.- Appendix to Chapter Three.- Four The Proposition.- 0. Introduction.- 1. Background.- 1.1 Fact One: Variability in the Argument-Categorizing Element.- 1.2 Fact Two: Constancy between the Argument-Categorizing Element and the Argument Structure.- 1.3 Fact Three: The Subject Source.- 2. The Propositional Radical.- 2.1 First Considerations.- 2.2 The Principle of Extended Functional Application.- 2.2.1 Application to the Argument-Categorizing Element.- 2.2.2 Application to the Argument Structure.- 2.2.3 Conclusion to Extended Functional Application.- 2.3 Cleaning up.- 2.4 Concluding Remarks.- 3. The Proposition: Part One.- 3.1 A First Pass at the Single Linked Person Condition.- 3.2 A First Pass at Compatible Person.- 3.3 A First Pass at Compatible Number.- 3.4 Reconsideration.- 3.5 Conclusion.- 4. The Result.- 4.1 The Subject.- 4.2 Temporal Value.- 4.2.1 First Considerations.- 4.2.2 Revision.- 4.3 Conclusion.- 5. The Relationship between the Functor and the Formal Value.- 6. The Category Type.- 7. Conclusion.- Notes for Chapter Four.- Five The Utility of the Proposition.- 0. Introduction.- 1. The Aux Analyzed.- 1.1 The A Part.- 1.2 The N Part.- 1.3 Combinations.- 2. The A Part and its Argument.- 3. The N Part and its Argument.- 3.1 Background.- 3.2 Subject Chains.- 3.3 The Non-Subject Chain.- 3.4 Conclusion.- 4. The Position of the Aux.- 5. Expansion.- Notes for Chapter Five.- Appendix to Chapter Five.- Six The Utility of the Classification.- 0. Introduction.- 1. Data.- 1.1 Types.- 1.2 The Obligatory Word.- 2. Definitions.- 2.1 Relative Clauses.- 2.2 Complement Clauses.- 2.3 Adjunct Clauses.- 2.4 Conclusion.- 3. An Abbreviated Analysis of a Clause.- 3.1 The Argument-Categorizing Element.- 3.2 The Argument Structure.- 3.3 The Propositional Radical and the Proposition.- 3.3.1 The Propositional Radical.- 3.3.2 Compatible Person and Number and the Agreement Grid.- 3.3.3 The Converse of the Agreement Grid.- 3.3.4 The Condition on a Single Linked-Person Value.- 3.4 Conclusion to the Analysis.- 4. Control.- 4.1 Temporal Value.- 4.1.1 Background.- 4.1.2 The Factors.- 4.1.3 Temporal Control.- 4.1.4 Summary of Temporal Control.- 4.2 Subject.- 4.2.1 The Background.- 4.2.2 The Factors in Subject Control.- 4.2.3 Control.- 4.2.4 Conclusion to Subject Control.- 4.3 Final Comments on Control.- 5. Conclusion.- Notes for Chapter Six.- Addenda to Chapter Six.- Seven Agreement, Anti-Agreement, and Order.- 0. Summary.- 1. Architectural Conclusions.- 2. Analytical Conclusions.- 3. Conclusion.- Notes for Chapter Seven.- References.

ISBN: 9780792302605
ISBN-10: 0792302605
Series: STUDIES IN NATURAL LANGUAGE AND LINGUISTIC THEORY
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 448
Published: 28th February 1990
Publisher: Springer
Country of Publication: NL
Dimensions (cm): 23.4 x 15.6  x 2.54
Weight (kg): 0.82