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    Title: 線性相關定理與標準X'-理論的關係
    Other Titles: The Linear Correspondence Axiom and the ";Standard ";X'-Schema
    Authors: 李亞非;Yafei Li
    Date: 1997/03
    Publisher: 國立清華大學出版社
    Relation: 清華學報,國立清華大學,1997,new,27,n.1,p17.
    Keywords: 標準X'-
    Abstract: Contrary to the general interpretation that Kayne's (1994) theory of the X'-structure doesn't permit intermediate projections (i.e., X'), such projections are actually allowed in the theory, but only when they don't have any sister node. In other words, X' is possible only if it serves no structural function whatsoever. The way to avoid this strange consequence is to exclude X' node from being c-commanders. In addition to keeping the desirable features of Kayne's theory, this modification has two related consequences. (1) It provides a way to represent the specifier and the adjuncts in a structurally different manner, a distinction with empirical support. (2) The resulting structure is almost isomorphic to the "standard" X'-theory, in contrast to Kayne's rather substantial departure from it. A more radical extension of this line of thinking is also explored, with both desirable implications on X?movement and open issues to be worked out.
    Key Words: Linear Correspondence Axiom, X'-theory, X?movement
    URI: http://thjcs.hss.nthu.edu.tw/catalogue_detail.php?id=181
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