Opens image gallery
Brand new: A new, unread, unused book in perfect condition with no missing or damaged pages. See the ... Read moreabout the condition
|Publication Year:||2007||Title:||Understanding Minimalist Syntax|
|Understanding Minimalist Syntax introduces the logic of the Minimalist Program by analyzing well-kwn descriptive generalizations about long-distance dependencies. * An introduction to the logic of the minimalist program - arguably the most important branch of syntax * Proposes a new theory of how long-distance dependencies are formed, with implications for theories of locality, and the minimalist program as a whole * Introduces the logic of the minimalist program by analyzing well-kwn descriptive generalizations about long-distance dependencies, and asks why they should be true of natural languages * Rich in empirical coverage, which will be welcomed by experts in the field, yet accessible eugh for students looking for an introduction to the minimalist program.|
|Publisher||John Wiley and Sons Ltd|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||95295168|
|Product Key Features|
|Additional Product Features|
|Place of Publication||Chicester|
|Series Title||Generative Syntax|
|Author Biography||Cedric Boeckx is Assistant Professor of Linguistics and a member of the Mind/Brain/Behavior Interfaculty Initiative at Harvard University. He is the author of Islands and Chains (2003), Linguistic Minimalism (2006), and numerous articles in journals such as Linguistic Inquiry and Natural Language and Linguistic Theory.|
|Country of Publication||United Kingdom|
|Imprint||Wiley-Blackwell (An Imprint of John Wiley & Sons Ltd)|
|Date of Publication||04/07/2007|
Item must be returned within
30 days after the buyer receives it
There are 2 items available. Please enter a number less than or equal to 2.
Select a valid country.
Please enter a valid postcode.
Please enter five or nine numbers for the postcode.
Domestic handling time
Will usually send within 4 business days of receiving cleared payment - opens in a new window or tab.
|Payment method||Preferred / Accepted|