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TOC: GLOT International 7/6 (2003)

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  1. hdry, GLOT International Vol 7, No 6 (2003)

Message 1: GLOT International Vol 7, No 6 (2003)

Date: Thu, 18 Dec 2003 10:37:45 -0500
From: hdry <>
Subject: GLOT International Vol 7, No 6 (2003)

We are pleased to announce that the latest issue of GLOT International
is now live and available only at Linguist List, through Blackwell's
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Publisher: Blackwell Publishers
Journal Title: GLOT International
Volume Number: 7
Issue Number: 6
Issue Date: June 2003

Main text:


The Theory and a Language (tTAAL)
Larry M. Hyman on African languages and phonological theory

Neil Smith on Are gucks mentally represented?
''The only psychologically real entities for the child are the adult
forms that constitute its lexical representations; its own
pronunciations are then the result of the operation of a
(connectionist) neural network which yields the appropriate
outputs. But these outputs do not define a level of representation.''

Quantity and prosodic asymmetries in Alemannic: Synchronic and
diachronic perspectives
By Astrid Kraehenmann
Reviewed by Jen Muller

Not philology by other means
By Jan Koster
Reviewing Adriana Belletti and Luigi Rizzi's (eds) Noam Chomsky, On
Nature and Language. With an Essay on ''The Secular Priesthood and the
Perils of Democracy''

The state of the art in OT syntax
By Ralf Vogel
Reviewing Geļæ½raldine Legendre, Jane Grimshaw and Sten Vikner's (eds)
Optimality Theoretic Syntax

''I kind of figured that linguistics had to exist!''
An interview with Henk van Riemsdijk
By Lisa Cheng and Rint Sybesma
''The linguistics scene changed radically in the following summer,
because as one way of appeasing the angry students and angry teachers,
the government decided to build a new campus, Vincennes. It was
basically used to put all the radical political thinkers there, but in
the same stroke, they put all the radical or peripheral or whatever
scientists there that didn't have a real home. And there they started
a linguistics department.''

Bare Plurals
A short story by Ariel Cohen
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