Subject , Tense and Truth : Towards a Modular Approach to Binding

Abstract : We propose a reformulation of Binding Theory according to which three different domains defined in terms of Subject, Tense, and Truth Value apply to respectively three different types of elements : anaphors in non argument positions, anaphors in argument position, and variables bound by wh-elements, hereby, suggesting that a drastic revision of the Government and Binding framework is necessary.
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Jacqueline Guéron, Hans-Georg Obenauer, Jean-Yves Pollock. Grammatical Representation, Foris, pp.259-292, 1984, Studies in generative Grammar


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Pierre Pica. Subject , Tense and Truth : Towards a Modular Approach to Binding. Jacqueline Guéron, Hans-Georg Obenauer, Jean-Yves Pollock. Grammatical Representation, Foris, pp.259-292, 1984, Studies in generative Grammar. <halshs-00216079>

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