Evolution and Revolution in Linguistic Theory: Studies in Honor of Carlos P. Otero
edited by Héctor Campos
Georgetown University Press, 1995
Cloth: 978-0-87840-248-9
Library of Congress Classification P126.E94 1995
Dewey Decimal Classification 415.01

ABOUT THIS BOOK
ABOUT THIS BOOK

This volume presents essays by some of the leading figures in the vanguard of theoretical linguistics within the framework of universal grammmar. One of the first books to adopt the "minimalist" framework to syntactic analysis, it includes a central essay by Noam Chomsky on the minimalist program and covers a range of topics in syntax and morphology.

Contributors: Luigi Burzio, Héctor Campos, Noam Chomsky, Joseph E. Emonds, Robert Freidin, James Harris, Ray Jackendoff, Paula Kempchinsky, Howard Lasnik, Claudia Parodi, Carlos Piera, A. Carlos Quicoli, Dominique Sportiche, Esther Torrego.


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