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  • Author(s) Norbert Hornstein
  • SubtitleFrom GB to Minimalism
  • Edition1
  • Published9th September 1995
  • PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons (UK)
  • ISBN9780631189428

From GB to Minimalism

This book critically reviews grammatical research into logical form
over the past 20 years and reconsiders some of its major themes in
the light of recent theoretical innovations.

In the late 1970s generative grammarians proposed the existence
of an abstract syntactic level of grammatical representation
derived from surface structure which was phonetically invisible.
This level, dubbed logical form, has been thought of as the
information that the grammar contributes to semantic
interpretation.


The first part of the book reviews the standard arguments for
the existence of LF and its format.

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  • Author(s) Norbert Hornstein
  • SubtitleFrom GB to Minimalism
  • Edition1
  • Published9th September 1995
  • PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons (UK)
  • ISBN9780631189428

From GB to Minimalism

This book critically reviews grammatical research into logical form
over the past 20 years and reconsiders some of its major themes in
the light of recent theoretical innovations.

In the late 1970s generative grammarians proposed the existence
of an abstract syntactic level of grammatical representation
derived from surface structure which was phonetically invisible.
This level, dubbed logical form, has been thought of as the
information that the grammar contributes to semantic
interpretation.


The first part of the book reviews the standard arguments for
the existence of LF and its format.

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