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Seely. 2002. Rule applications as cycles in a level-free syntax. D. D. Seely, 65–89. Oxford: Blackwell. D. D. Seely. 2006. Transformation and Derivations. Cambridge: CUP. Kawashima, R. and H. Kitahara. 2003. Phonological content and syntactic visibility. Gengo Some notes on the minimalist program Kenkyu(Linguistic Studies)123:137–170. [Reprinted in Triggers, 2004, A. Breitbath and H. van Riemsdijk (eds), 205–230. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter]. Kitahara, H. 2001. , MIT. Paper presented at the LOT Winter School 2001, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Cambridge MA: The MIT Press. Radford, A. 1997. Syntactic Theory and the Structure of English: A minimalist approach. Cambridge: CUP. Uriagereka, J. 1999. Multiple spell-out. In Working minimalism, S. Epstein and N. Hornstein (eds), 251–282. Cambridge M: The MIT Press. True optionality: When the grammar doesn’t mind True optionality: When the grammar doesn’t mind* Theresa Biberauer & Marc Richards University of Cambridge Abstract Optionality in movement operations is widely held to be fundamentally incompatible with a feature-driven approach to displacement in which movement must be triggered and triggered movement is obligatory.

Dordrecht: Foris. Koizumi, M. 1995. Phrase Structure in Minimalist Syntax. PhD dissertation, MIT. 33 34 Minimalist essays Lasnik, H. 1995. Last resort. In Minimalism and Linguistic Theory, S. Haraguchi and M. Funaki (eds), 1–32. Tokyo: Hituzi Syobo. Lasnik, H. 1999. Chains of arguments. In Working Minimalism, S. Epstein and N. Hornstein (eds), 189–215. Cambridge MA: The MIT Press. Lasnik, H. 2001. A note on the EPP. Linguistic Inquiry 32:356–362. Lasnik, H. and M. Saito. 1991. On the subject of infinitives.

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