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Step by Step Essays on Minimalist Syntax in Honor of Howard Lasnik

ISBN-10: 026213361X

ISBN-13: 9780262133616

Edition: 2000

Authors: Roger Martin, David Michaels, Juan Uriagereka

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This collection of essays presents an up-to-date overview of research in the minimalist program of linguistic theory. The book includes an essay by Noam Chomsky as well as contributions from other linguists.
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List price: $50.00
Copyright year: 2000
Publisher: MIT Press
Publication date: 4/3/2000
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 381
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.50" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.430
Language: English

David Michaels is a pseudonym for the authors of novels in the Splinter Cell, EndWar, and Ghost Recon series, all of which were created by Ubisoft Entertainment and developed under Ubisoft's Tom Clancy license. The novel series began as video games for various console systems as well as the PC. As of February 2008, "Michaels" has released four Splinter Cell novels and one EndWar novel. The first two Splinter Cell novels were written by Raymond Benson. Benson has also written some James Bond books. However, in 2006, Benson announced he was finished with Splinter Cell and that the next novel would be written by a different author under the same pseudonym.

Contributors
Publications
Ph.D. Dissertations Supervised
Preface
Introduction: Some Possible Foundations of the Minimalist Program
Minimalism and Asymmetric Wh-Interpretation
Sometimes in [Spec, CP], Sometimes in Situ
Minimalist Inquiries: The Framework
The Primitives of Temporal Relations
How Far Will Quantifiers Go?
Japanese Complex Noun Phrases and the Antisymmetry Theory
A Conspiracy Theory of Case and Agreement
The Japanese Light Verb Construction and the Minimalist Program
Move F and Raising of Lexical and Empty DPs
On the Grammar of Polish Nominals
Index