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Linguistic Inquiry

Overview

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. 41, Issue 4 - Fall 2010

Articles

Ditransitive Asymmetries and a Theory of Idiom Formation
pp. 519-562
Abstract | PDF (829.35 KB)
Against the Existence of Pied-Piping: Evidence from Tlingit
pp. 563-594
Abstract | PDF (853.04 KB)
The Movement Derivation of Conditional Clauses
pp. 595-621
Abstract | PDF (550.46 KB)
Learning Long-Distance Phonotactics
pp. 623-661
Abstract | PDF (1003.84 KB)
Psycholinguistic Evidence for the VP-Internal Subject Position in Japanese
pp. 663-680
Abstract | PDF (381.24 KB)
When are Downward-Entailing Contexts Identified? The Case of the Domain Widener Ever
pp. 681-689
Abstract | PDF (63.34 KB)
A Puzzle About P-Stranding and a Possible Solution
pp. 689-692
Abstract | PDF (50.6 KB)
Possible Worlds and Wide Scope Indefinites: A Reply to Bäuerle 1983
pp. 692-701
Abstract | PDF (70.81 KB)
On Pylkkänen's Semantics for Low Applicatives
pp. 701-704
Abstract | PDF (58.14 KB)
Variation in Circumstantial Modality: Polish versus St'át'imcets
pp. 704-714
Abstract | PDF (418.46 KB)
Books and Journals Received
pp. 715-716
Abstract | PDF (80.64 KB)
Index to Volume 41
pp. 717-729
Abstract | PDF (280.41 KB)