By Evgenia D. Homskaya, David E. Tupper

Alexander Romanovitch Luria is widely known as considered one of the main favourite neuropsychologists of the 20 th century. This booklet - written through his long-standing colleague and released in Russian via Moscow college Press in 1992, fifteen years after his dying - is the 1st severe quantity from outdoors the Luria relations dedicated to his existence and paintings and contains the main finished bibliography on hand anyplace of Luria's writings.

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56 O n the (frequent) impossibility of P followed by C, see Kayne (2000b, chap. 14). 57 This kind of account would allow (finite) IP to b e a phase - cf. in part Legate (to appear). The discussion in this paragraph does not address the question w h y the stranding of to seems to have n o counterpart in other Germanic languages and in R o m a n c e languages. ) Nor does it address the contrast between (40) and well-formed extractions from within finite IP (which might begin prior to merger of K f m ): (i) H o w d o y o u think that he'll answer the question?

We can set aside potential cases of incorporation as not directly relevant, since incorporation by definition involves movement out of complement position. The standard view is that incorporated objects adjoin to V, as in Baker (1988). Since antisymmetry leads to the expectation that such head-to-head adjunction will be left-adjunction,5 the resulting OV order would be perfectly straightforward. 6 One such case is Malayalam, in which objects must surface in a position preceding that of VP-external focus (SOFocV), as emphasized by Jayaseelan (2001).

Although I will not pursue this here, it might alternatively be the case that our initial intuitions about perfection vs. imperfection (in this technical sense) are not fully reliable. ) 5 SeeKayne(1994,p. 38). I agree with Baker that what is called noun-incorporation involves movement. It is somewhat less clear that adjunction to a head is involved (as opposed to movement to a low Spec position). Noun-incorporation as adjunction to a head would not lead one to expect the following conjecture to be correct: i) NV incorporation (with that order) is never found in V-initial languages.

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