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Phi in Syntax and Phi Interpretation

  • Milan RezacEmail author
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Part of the Studies in Natural Language and Linguistic Theory book series (SNLT, volume 81)

Abstract

Chapter 6 explores the syntax-interpretation interface through phi-mismatches: arguments like French on 'we', with one set of phi-features, 1PL, for interpretation, another, 3SG, uninterpretable, for phenomena such as concord. The uninterpretable phi-features are shown to play a role in syntax, not realizational morphology alone. Therefore, the syntactic phi-specifications of some arguments and their dependencies are autonomous of interpretation, along with expletives, phi-agreement, Case and A-movement. The person of the person interactions in Chapter 4 is among them. The diachronic sources, syntactic properties, and eventual elimination of these uninterpretable phi-features are discussed.

Keywords

Person Pronoun Grammatical Gender Syntactic Dependency Person Restriction Uninterpretable Feature 
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