How good is the internal evidence for multiple-level phonological computation? A view from Russian

September 15, 2010

“What’s in a word? Exploring the relationship between syntax and phonology”. University of Tromsø/CASTL, Tromsø, Norway

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Categories:  Russian Phonology-morphology interface

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Relying in part on the analysis of palatalization offered here, I argue that Russian does not provide strong phonology-internal evidence for level ordering, contra suggestions by authors such as Morris Halle and Jerzy Rubach. A more focused argument to the same effect is offered here.



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