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Volume 33, Issue 1


On the timing of labeling: Deducing Comp-trace effects, the Subject Condition, the Adjunct Condition, and tucking in from labeling

Željko Bošković
Published Online: 2015-12-24 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.1515/tlr-2015-0013


The article provides a uniform account of a number of locality effects, in particular, the Subject Condition, the Adjunct Condition, Richards’s (2001) tucking in effect, and the full Comp-trace paradigm, including (in addition to the basic cases) relative and extraposed clauses, the impossibility of short subject topicalization, French que-qui alternation, and the effect of wh-movement on agreement in languages like Kinande. The account is based on a proposal that there is a difference in the timing of labeling between the basic case where a head and a phrase merge and the case where two phrases merge, as well as a particular labeling-based approach to antilocality, which has rather different empirical effects from the previous approaches to antilocality.

Keywords: Adjunct Condition; antilocality; labels; locality; phases; Subject Condition; that-trace effect; tucking in


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Published Online: 2015-12-24

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Funding: This work is based upon research supported by the NSF under Grant BCS-0920888.

Citation Information: The Linguistic Review, Volume 33, Issue 1, Pages 17–66, ISSN (Online) 1613-3676, ISSN (Print) 0167-6318, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1515/tlr-2015-0013.

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