Logical Form and Linguistic Theory (Routledge Leading Linguists No. 11)
By: Robert May (author)Hardback
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This volume brings together a series of essays that explicate and explore the author's views on the role and position of logical form in linguistic theory. The essays are devoted to the conceptual and empirical justification of the idea that the syntax of natural language represents the logical form of sentences, and that the collection of these representations constitute a distinct level of linguistic representation, known as LF.
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