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    Title: Syntactic Reconstruction and the Architecture of Grammar
    Authors: Hsiao-hung. Iris Wu
    Date: 2010-12
    Publisher: Graduate Institute of Linguistics, National Tsing Hua University
    Relation: UST Working Papers in Linguistics, Graduate Institute of Linguistics, National Tsing Hua University, Volume 6, Pages 103-114
    Abstract: This paper investigates the nature of total reconstruction, movement that apparently does not bring about any semantic effect. I compare two main approaches – the pure PF movement account and the copy theory of movement – in deriving syntactic reconstruction effects. The arguments presented in this article include scrambling, argument-adjunct asymmetry in binding and the interaction between raising and wh-movement. We also discuss the implications of these arguments on the architecture of grammar, namely the choice between the classical T-model, where PF movement is assumed to take place after narrow syntax, and the single cycle grammar, where PF and LF can intersperse with each other.
    Relation Link: http://ling.nthu.edu.tw/USTWPL/vol6/vol6.htm
    URI: http://ling.nthu.edu.tw/USTWPL/vol6/05.%20Wu_Hsiao-hung%20Iris_.pdf
    Appears in Collections:[UST Working Papers in Linguistics] 第6期

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