Manual de diagnóstico médico by [ed. por] H. Harold Friedman ; tr., Fernando Fontán Fontán,
By [ed. por] H. Harold Friedman ; tr., Fernando Fontán Fontán, Bibiana Lienas Massot
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Thus null VPs can function as D-Structure predicates, as requiredY I have argued that null elements, since they do not bear an inherent index, cannot function as predicates at D-Structure. Hence, if they are not licensed otherwise (or if they do not acquire an index at that level), null maximal projections in A' -positions are ruled out by the ULP applying at D-Structure. I now tum to the case of base-generated null operators, which I will show are subject to the same requirement. 2. Adjunct Null Operators.
Mary came back happy/running/*run b. The children made [Judith cry/happy/*laughing] I ignore the refinements which are necessary in order to account for these restrictions on predicate types; for recent discussion and proposals, see Rapoport (1989), Gueron and Hoekstra (1990), and the references cited there. Chomsky'S (1986a) licensing requirements are thus reformulated under the ULP in the following way: 8 (16) A maximal projection is licensed through: a. 8-assignment: as a 8-assigner or as an argument (a 8assignee) b.
Chomsky (1986a: 96f) suggests that Predication is a form of O-marking; furthermore Roberts (1988) shows that, on the assumption that a strict structural relationship holds between predicates and their subjects, the position occupied by adjunct predicates forces the conclusion that Predication relations are established at D-Structure. These considerations indicate that predicates must be licensed at levels which have no direct connection with the interpretive components, levels which, in other words, do not faIl under the intuitive scope of the PFI.