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A Theory of Syntax
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1. Minimalism and Darwin's problem; 2. Deriving c-command; 3. Labels, recursion and movement; 4. Some thoughts on adjunction; 5. The emerging picture: basic operations, FL and the minimalist program; 6. Stop AGREEing! Keep moving!; 7. Conclusions, consequences and more questions.

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Discusses a topical set of issues in syntactic theory, including a number of original proposals.

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NORBERT HORNSTEIN is Professor in the Department of Linguistics at the University of Maryland, College Park. He has written several books on minimalist syntax including Understanding Minimalism (with J. Nunes and K. Grohmann, Cambridge, 2005) and Move!: A Minimalist Theory of Construal (2000).

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