Linguistic Derivations and Filtering: Minimalism and Optimality Theory
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Linguistic Derivations and Filtering: Minimalism and Optimality Theory

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Hans Broekhuis
Hans Broekhuis & Ralf Vogel: Introduction: Derivations and Filtering in the Minimalist Program and Optimality Theory Part 1: Combining MP with an OT-Evaluation 1. Hans Broekhuis: Derivations and Evaluations 2. Gema Chocano (Universidad Autonoma de Madrid) & Mike Putnam: Filing in the Gaps: PF-Optimalization in Parasitic Gap Constructions in Dutch and German 3. Martin Salzmann (Universitat Zurich): On Three Types of Variation in Resumption - Evidence in Favour of Violable and Ranked Constraints Part 2: Local and Global Optimization 4. John McCarthy & Kathryn Pruitt (both at University of Massachusetts): Sources of Phonological Structure 5. Fabian Heck & Gereon Muller (both at Universitat Leipzig): Extremely Local Optimization 6. Ellen Woolford (University of Massachusetts): Aspect Splits and Parasitic Marking 7. Eva Engels & Sten Vikner (both at University of Aarhus): Derivation of Scandinavian Object Shift and Remnant VP-Topicalisation Part 3: Optimal Design, Economy and Last Resort in OT 8. Vieri Samek-Lodovici (University College London): Optimality Theory and the Minimalist Program 9. Ralf Vogel: The Trivial Generator 10. Jane Grimshaw (Rutgers University): Last Resorts: A Typology of Do-Support Part 4: The Role of the Interpretive Components 11. Hedde Zeijlstra (University of Amsterdam): Hard and Soft Conditions on the Faculty of Language: Constituting Parametric Variation 12. Kleanthes Grohmann (University of Cyprus): Spell-Out Rules: Ranked Competition of Copy Modification
This volume focuses on the role of the postulated derivational and filtering devices in current linguistic theory and aims to promote the exchange of ideas between the proponents of MP and OT in order to evaluate the role of these devices in the two frameworks.