Hans Broekhuis, Martin Salzmann, Gerhard Schaden, Ralf Vogel, Ellen Woolford, Hedde H. Zeijlstra
Hans Broekhuis; Ralf Vogel (Hrsg.)

Optimality theory and minimalism

interface theories



ISBN: 978-3-940793-61-4
212 Seiten
Erscheinungsjahr 2009

Reihe: Linguistics in Potsdam , 28

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The papers contained in this issue share the insight that the different components of the grammar sometimes impose conflicting requirements on the grammar’s output, and that, in order to handle such conflicts, it seems advantageous to combine aspects from minimalist and OT modelling. The papers show that this can be undertaken in a multiplicity of ways, by using varying proportions of each framework, and offer a broad range of perspectives for future research.

The papers contained in this issue share the insight that the different components of the grammar sometimes impose conflicting requirements on the grammar’s output, and that, in order to handle such conflicts, it seems advantageous to combine aspects from minimalist and OT modelling. The papers show that this can be undertaken in a multiplicity of ways, by using varying proportions of each framework, and offer a broad range of perspectives for future research.