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5 Roman Jakobson (1936), “Beitrag zur allgemeinen Kasuslehre:
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6 Dianne Jonas (1996), “Clause Structure and Verb Syntax in Scandinavian
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7 Ken Hale and Samuel Jay Keyser (1993), “On argument structure and
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9 See the discussion in Jerry Fodor, Thomas Bever, and Merrill Garrett
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11 Jonas (1996).
12 Noam Chomsky (2000a), “Minimalist inquiries: the framework”, in
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13 Noam Chomsky (1964), “Current issues in linguistic theory,” in Jerry
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14 John Robert Ross (1967), “Constraints on variables in syntax,™™ PhD
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15 Richard Kayne (1994), The Antisymmetry of Syntax (Cambridge, MA: MIT
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16 On government and ECP see Chomsky (1981) and much subsequent work.
17 Marc D. Hauser (1996), The Evolution of Communication (Cambridge, MA:
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21 B. F. Skinner (1957), Verbal Behavior (New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts).
22 W. D™Arcy Thompson (1917), On Growth and Form (Cambridge: Cambridge
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23 Johann Wolfgang Goethe, Bildung und Umbildung organischer Naturen (1807).
24 See Alan Turing™s classical paper “The chemical basis of morphogenesis,”
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27 Lewontin (1990).
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