A reticência repara violações de restrição de movimento da cabeça?





Restrição de Movimento da Cabeça, Reparação por Ellipsis, Restrições Derivacionais, Restrições Representacionais


Usando dados em inglês, mostro que as violações da restrição de movimento da cabeça não podem ser reparadas por deleção e comparo esse resultado com casos de salvação e não-salvação por reticências da literatura anterior. Em seguida, considero duas fontes possíveis para essa falta de reparo. A primeira é considerar a restrição de movimento da cabeça como uma restrição derivacional, e a segunda é assimilá-la no princípio da categoria vazia (Chomsky 1986).


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