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Linguistic Inquiry


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. 42, Issue 1 - Winter 2011


Rescue by PF Deletion, Traces as (Non)interveners, and the That-Trace Effect
pp. 1-44
Abstract | PDF (195.18 KB)
Morphosemantic Mismatches, Structural Economy, and Licensing
pp. 45-82
Abstract | PDF (200.94 KB)
French Relative Qui
pp. 83-124
Abstract | PDF (173.71 KB)
Classifiers Are Functional
pp. 125-130
Abstract | PDF (49.73 KB)
A New Argument for Lexical Decomposition: Transparent Readings of Verbs
pp. 131-138
Abstract | PDF (54 KB)
Resumption Still Does Not Rescue Islands
pp. 138-152
Abstract | PDF (590.69 KB)
Second-Position Clitics in the vP Phase: The Case of the Armenian Auxiliary
pp. 152-162
Abstract | PDF (70.34 KB)
Problems with a Movement Analysis of Right Node Raising in Tagalog
pp. 163-171
Abstract | PDF (58.23 KB)
Perceptually Grounded Faithfulness in Harmonic Serialism
pp. 171-183
Abstract | PDF (83.95 KB)
A Note on Free Relative Clauses in the Theory of Phases
pp. 183-192
Abstract | PDF (67.76 KB)