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Caroline Féry, Gisbert Fanselow

A short treatise of optimalit theory

ISBN: 978-3-935024-54-9
147 Seiten
Erscheinungsjahr 2002

Reihe: Linguistics in Potsdam , 18

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Contents
Introduction
Chapter 1 Fundamentals of the OT approach to grammar
1.1 Motivating a conflict-tolerant type of grammar
1.2 Overview of OT
Chapter 2 Conflicts
2.1 Faithful or simple? A first source for conflicts
2.2 Markedness competing with Markedness
2.3 Alignment Constraints
Chapter 3 Universality and Free Ranking
3 .1 Universality
3 .2 Markedness as a basis for the universal component of OT
3.3 Factorial Typology
3.4 Markedness hierarchies and Harmonic Alignment
Chapter 4 Uncompromising decision taking
4.1 Unique winners as a consequence of the lexicographic decision-taking
4.2 There is always a winner
4.3 No optionality
4.4 No gradient judgements
4.5 No compensatory effects
4.6. Multiply violable constraints
4.7 Self-Conjunction of Constraints as Multiple Violation
References
Contents
Introduction
Chapter 1 Fundamentals of the OT approach to grammar
1.1 Motivating a conflict-tolerant type of grammar
1.2 Overview of OT
Chapter 2 Conflicts
2.1 Faithful or simple? A first source for conflicts
2.2 Markedness competing with Markedness
2.3 Alignment Constraints
Chapter 3 Universality and Free Ranking
3 .1 Universality
3 .2 Markedness as a basis for the universal component of OT
3.3 Factorial Typology
3.4 Markedness hierarchies and Harmonic Alignment
Chapter 4 Uncompromising decision taking
4.1 Unique winners as a consequence of the lexicographic decision-taking
4.2 There is always a winner
4.3 No optionality
4.4 No gradient judgements
4.5 No compensatory effects
4.6. Multiply violable constraints
4.7 Self-Conjunction of Constraints as Multiple Violation
References