The philosophy of generative linguistics /

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Main Author: Ludlow, Peter, 1957-
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2011.
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245 1 4 |a The philosophy of generative linguistics /  |c Peter Ludlow. 
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300 |a xxiii, 220 p. :  |b ill. ;  |c 24 cm. 
504 |a Includes bibliographical references (p. [192]-203) and indexes. 
505 0 |a Machine generated contents note: 1.Linguistic Preliminaries -- 1.1.Transformational Grammar from ST to EST -- 1.2.Government and Binding Theory -- 1.3.The Principles and Parameters Framework -- 1.4.The Minimalist Program -- 2.The Ontology of Generative Linguistics -- 2.1.E-Language, I-Language, Ψ-Language -- 2.2.Having Linguistic Rules and Knowing Linguistic Facts -- 2.3.Levels of Explanation in the Theory of Grammar -- 2.4.Abstracts and Non-isomorphic Representation -- 2.5.Types and Tokens -- 2.6.Derivation vs. Representation -- 3.Data, Intuitions, Judgments -- 3.1.Linguistic Phenomena, Linguistic Data, Linguistic Theory -- 3.2.Linguistic Intuitions are Linguistic Judgments -- 3.3.Linguistic Judgments are Reliable (enough) -- 3.4.Linguistic Judgments as Scientific Experiments -- 3.5.On the Alleged Priority of the Data -- 4.A Role for Normative Rule Governance? -- 5.Worries about Rules and Representations -- 5.1.Quinean Indeterminacy Arguments -- 5.2.Kripke/Wittgenstein Concerns about Rules -- 5.3.Externalism about Syntax? -- 6.Referential Semantics for Narrow Ψ-Languages -- 6.1.The Compatibility of Referential Semantics and Narrow Ψ-Languages -- 6.2.Chomsky's Incompatibilist Arguments -- 6.3.The "Bite the Bullet" Strategy and Chomsky's Response -- 6.4.The Compatibilist Bites Back -- 6.5.The Prospects for a Non-referential Semantics -- 7.Best Theory Criteria and Methodological Minimalism -- 7.1.Simplicity Criteria -- 7.2.Formal Rigor -- 7.3.Minimal Effort and Optimal Switching Points. 
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