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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. 48, Issue 4 - Fall 2017


Contrasting Contrastive Left-Dislocation Explications
pp. 543-584
Abstract | PDF (692.89 KB)
Patterns of Movement Reflexes as the Result of the Order of Merge and Agree
pp. 585-626
Abstract | PDF (811.02 KB)
Identity Avoidance with Reflexive Clitics in European Portuguese and Minimalist Approaches to Control
pp. 627-649
Abstract | PDF (517.44 KB)
Remind-Me Presuppositions and Speech-Act Decomposition: Evidence from Particles in Questions
pp. 651-678
Abstract | PDF (466.95 KB)
Syntactic Tense from a Comparative Syntax Perspective
pp. 679-696
Abstract | PDF (395 KB)
Bound Tense in Relative Clauses: Evidence from VP-Ellipsis
pp. 697-711
Abstract | PDF (289.37 KB)
The Activity Condition as a Microparameter
pp. 711-722
Abstract | PDF (78.46 KB)
Index to Volume 48
pp. 727-744
Abstract | PDF (284.34 KB)