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|Title:||The Matrix: Merge and the typology of syntactic categories|
|Abstract:||In recent works a new type of phrasal structure has been assumed which results by Merging two XPs where neither XP projects: the unlabelled [lled [XP YP]. This structure stands out as an exception with respect to the typical dichotomous repertoire of syntactic structures, namely X°s and XPs. By relying on some core features of Merge in a combinatorial framework a Matrix is generated which absorbes the stipulative character of this category: moreover, the Matrix reduces some redundancies of UG and predicts the existence of expletives.|
|Appears in Collections:||Rivista di Grammatica Generativa : Research in Generative Grammar (RGG)|
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