Linguistic Derivations and Filtering - Minimalism and Optimality Theory - Hans Broekhuis

Linguistic Derivations and Filtering - Minimalism and Optimality Theory - Hans Broekhuis

1. Introduction

Linguistic Derivations and Filtering - Minimalism and Optimality Theory - Hans Broekhuis

Hans Broekhuis [+-]
Meertens Institute
Hans Broekhuis researches at the Meertens Institute in Amsterdam. He is author of Derivations and Evaluations: Object Shift in the Germanic Languages (Mouton de Gruyter, 2008) and editor/author of the seven-volume Syntax of Dutch (Amsterdam University Press, 2012-6).
Ralf Vogel [+-]
University of Bielefeld
Ralf Vogel is professor of German linguistics at the University of Bielefeld. He is co-editor, with Artur Stepanov and Gisbert Fanselow, of Minimality Effects in Syntax (Mouton de Gruyter, 2004) and co-author, with Gisbert Fanselow, Caroline Fery and Matthias Schlesewsky, of Gradience in Grammar: Generative Perspectives (Oxford University Press, 2006).

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This chapter will motivate why it is useful to consider the topic of derivations and filtering in detail. It argues that minimalist and optimality theoretical approaches normally adopt more or less the same global architecture of grammar. It concludes with a brief review of the studies collected in this book.

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Broekhuis, Hans ; Vogel, Ralf . 1. Introduction. Linguistic Derivations and Filtering - Minimalism and Optimality Theory. Equinox eBooks Publishing, United Kingdom. p. 1-28 Feb 2013. ISBN 9781845539641. https://www.equinoxpub.com/home/view-chapter/?id=24809. Date accessed: 08 Jul 2020 doi: 10.1558/equinox.24809. Feb 2013

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