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Indefinites investigates the relationship between the syntactic and semantic representations of sentences within the framework of generative grammar. It proposes a means of relating government-binding theory, which is primarily syntactic, to the semantic theory of noun phrase interpretation developed by Kamp and Heim, and introduces a novel mapping algorithm that describes ...more
Paperback, 192 pages
Published August 3rd 1992 by Mit Press
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Jun 02, 2015 Anie rated it it was ok
Recommends it for: generative linguists worldwide
This is a fantastic book. It's a bit hard to read - very dense and very full of information - but well-written and worth the attention it demands. The ideas are solid and strikingly good, and the examples are especially amusing.
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