Imaginary mistakes versus real problems in generative grammar

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 26 (6):677-678 (2003)
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Abstract

Jackendoff claims that current theories of generative grammar commit a “scientific mistake” by assuming that syntax is the sole source of linguistic organization (“syntactocentrism”). The claim is false, and furthermore, Jackendoff's solution to the alleged problem, the parallel architecture, creates a real problem that exists in no other theory of generative grammar.

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