Feature structure

In a previous essay, I introduced (un)interpretable features as the mechanism that powers syntactic derivations.  And in another previous essay I introduced a variety of internal and interface feature types.  In this essay, I attempt to unify these disparate feature types.  In particular, I consider different options for the internal structure of features.  It is clear that words are not stand-alone objects: they are bundles of phonological, semantic and syntactic features.  But features are not stand-alone objects, either.  Read the full PDF here: Feature structure


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