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Linguistic Inquiry


Samuel Jay Keyser, Editor-in-Chief 

Linguistic Inquiry leads the field in research on current topics in linguistics. In each issue, its authors keep themselves and other readers informed of new theoretical developments based on the latest international scholarship. 

Table of Contents

Vol. 37, Issue 2 - Spring 2006


Consonant Identity and Consonant Copy: The Segmental and Prosodic Structure of Hebrew Reduplication
pp. 179-210
Abstract | PDF (245.4 KB)
The Structure of Bounded Events
pp. 211-228
Abstract | PDF (127.56 KB)
The Syntax of Appositive Relativization: On Specifying Coordination, False Free Relatives, and Promotion
pp. 229-270
Abstract | PDF (263.61 KB)
A Simple Proof That Optimality Theory Is Computationally Intractable
pp. 271-275
Abstract | PDF (266.29 KB)
In Defense of a Quantificational Account of Definite DPs
pp. 275-288
Abstract | PDF (114.36 KB)
The Nominative Puzzle and the Low Nominative Hypothesis
pp. 289-308
Abstract | PDF (160.79 KB)
On the Absence of Superiority and Weak Crossover Effects in Yoruba
pp. 309-318
Abstract | PDF (97.1 KB)
Coordination, Subject Raising, and AgrP in Japanese
pp. 318-329
Abstract | PDF (151.39 KB)
Raising to Object in Japanese: A Small Clause Analysis
pp. 329-339
Abstract | PDF (88.8 KB)
On the Existence of Null Complementizers in Syntax
pp. 339-345
Abstract | PDF (62.97 KB)
Sound Change, Abstract Representations, and Simplicity
pp. 346-350
Abstract | PDF (62.97 KB)