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by Tanya Reinhart

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  • ISBN 070992237X
  • ISBN13 978-0709922377
  • Language English
  • Author Tanya Reinhart
  • Publisher Croom Helm (April 1983)
  • Pages 224
  • Formats mbr lit azw lrf
  • Category Reference
  • Subcategory Words Language and Grammar
  • Size ePub 1829 kb
  • Size Fb2 1820 kb
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Anaphora and semantic structure. In Kreiman & Oteda (ed., 1–28. Coreference and bound anaphora: a restatement of the anaphora questions.

Anaphora and semantic structure. Linguistics and Philosophy . Recommend this journal.

in Journal of Linguistics. Journal of Linguistics, Volume 21, pp 221-226; doi:10.

This book has two major goals: the first is a comprehensive analysis of sentence-level anaphora that addresses the questions posed above, and the second is an examination of the broader issue of the relations between the structural properties of sentences and their semantic interpretation within the hypotheses of the autonomy of syntax and of interpretative semantics developed by Chomsky. I argue that the anaphora restrictions themselves obey more general syntactic conditions on all interpretative rules, and, in fact, on all sentence-level linguistic rules.

Anaphora And Semantic Interpretation book.

First published in 1983, this book examines anaphora - a central issue in linguistic theory as it lies at the crossroads of. .

First published in 1983, this book examines anaphora - a central issue in linguistic theory as it lies at the crossroads of several major problems.

Reinhart, Tanya (1983) Anaphora and Semantic Interpretation.

Reinhart's academic work also extended well beyond linguistics, to that of literary theory, mass media, propaganda, and other core elements of.Anaphora and Semantic Interpretation. Reflexivity" (with Eric Reuland).

Reinhart's academic work also extended well beyond linguistics, to that of literary theory, mass media, propaganda, and other core elements of intellectual culture. Chomsky has noted Reinhart's activism was not limited to words and that she was often on "the front line of direct resistance to intolerable actions, an organizer and a participant, a stance that one cannot respect too highly.