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Band 75:
Krifka, Manfred / Schenner, Mathias (Hrsg.): Reconstruction Effects in Relative Clauses. VI/435 S. - Berlin / Boston: de Gruyter, 2018.
ISBN: 978-3-05-006274-7
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[Buch] IDS-Bibliothek: Sig. QA 4628
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E-Book (PDF). Berlin / Boston: de Gruyter. ISBN: 978-3-05-009515-8
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Reconstruction effects in relative clauses are a class of phenomena where the external head of the relative clause seems to behave as if it occupied a position within the relative clause, as far as some commonly accepted principle of grammar is concerned.

An often cited type of example is “The [relative of his] [which every man admires most] is his mother.”, where the pronoun “his” in the relative head appears to be bound by the quantified noun phrase “every man” in the relative clause – although the latter does not c-command the former, which is commonly required for binding.

Several solutions have been developed in various theoretical frameworks. One interesting aspect about reconstruction effects in relative clauses is that they can be used as a benchmark for competing theories of grammar: Which architecture of the syntax-semantics interface can provide the most satisfying explanation for these phenomena? This volume brings together researchers working in different frameworks but looking at the same set of empirical facts, enabling the reader to develop their own perspective on the perfect tradeoff between syntax and semantics in a theory of grammar.

Inhaltsverzeichnis

Schenner, Mathias:
  An introduction to reconstruction effects in relative clauses S. 1
Krifka, Manfred:
  A Direct Compositionality approach to Condition C effects under reconstruction and their exceptions S. 35
Heycock, Caroline:
  Relative reconstructions S. 87
Lechner, Winfried:
  A calculus for reconstruction and anti-reconstruction S. 113
Truckenbrodt, Hubert:
  Notes on stress reconstruction and syntactic reconstruction S. 145
Salzmann, Martin:
  A new version of the Matching Analysis of relative clauses S. 187
Webelhuth, Gert / Bargmann, Sascha / Götze, Christopher:
  Idioms as evidence for the proper analysis of relative clauses S. 225
Romero, Maribel:
  Some notes on connectivity and predicational copular sentences S. 263
Heim, Irene:
  Functional readings without type-shifted noun phrases S. 283
Jacobson, Pauline:
  Deconstructing reconstruction S. 303
Barker, Chris:
  Evaluation order, crossover, and reconstruction S. 357
Sternefeld, Wolfgang:
  Telescoping by continuations S. 387
Radó, Janina / Konietzko, Andreas / Sternefeld, Wolfgang:
  Telescoping in relative clauses S. 405
Moltmann, Friederike:
  Intensional relative clauses and the semantics of variable objects S. 427