Towards a Restricted Realization Theory: Multimorphemic Monolistemicity, Portmanteaux, and Post-linearization Spanning

Title:
Towards a Restricted Realization Theory: Multimorphemic Monolistemicity, Portmanteaux, and Post-linearization Spanning
Authors:
Haugen, Jason D.; Siddiqi, Daniel
Abstract:
In this paper we advance arguments in favor of a vocabulary-insertion-only program for non-lexicalist realizational models of morphology, Distributed Morphology (Halle & Marantz 1993) in particular. We claim that this end can be achieved through relatively simple and well-motivated proposals. We suggest that the vast majority of non-syntactic mechanisms can be obviated by the adoption of non-terminal insertion (Radkevich 2010; Svenonius 2012; Merchant 2013; Starke 2009; Caha 2009; see Embick & Marantz 2008 for a contrary argument)– specifically post-linearization spanning. We restrict our discussion here to whether weak suppletion must be the output of phonological processes (see e.g. Marantz 1997; Embick & Halle 2005; Harley & Tubino Blanco 2013) or simply listed (see, e.g., Bermúdez-Otero 2013), and whether the containment prediction (Embick & Marantz 2008; Embick 2012) is indeed fatal for non-terminal insertion. We also propose here that Siddiqi’s (2009) feature blocking system can be co-opted for the tasks typical of impoverishment.
Citation:
Haugen, Jason D., and Daniel Siddiqi. “Towards a Restricted Realization Theory: Multimorphemic Monolistemicity, Portmanteaux, and Post-linearization Spanning.” In Morphological Metatheory, edited by Heidi Harley and Daniel Siddiqi (Linguistik Aktuell/Linguistics Today 229), 343-386. Amsterdam: John Benjamins Press, 2016.
Publisher:
John Benjamins Publishing Co.
DATE ISSUED:
2016
Department:
Anthropology
Type:
Article
PUBLISHED VERSION:
10.1075/la.229.12hau
PERMANENT LINK:
http://hdl.handle.net/11282/620423

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dc.contributor.authorHaugen, Jason D.en
dc.contributor.authorSiddiqi, Danielen
dc.date.accessioned2017-05-12T12:54:56Z-
dc.date.available2017-05-12T12:54:56Z-
dc.date.issued2016-
dc.identifier.citationHaugen, Jason D., and Daniel Siddiqi. “Towards a Restricted Realization Theory: Multimorphemic Monolistemicity, Portmanteaux, and Post-linearization Spanning.” In Morphological Metatheory, edited by Heidi Harley and Daniel Siddiqi (Linguistik Aktuell/Linguistics Today 229), 343-386. Amsterdam: John Benjamins Press, 2016.en
dc.identifier.issn0166-0829-
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/11282/620423-
dc.description.abstractIn this paper we advance arguments in favor of a vocabulary-insertion-only program for non-lexicalist realizational models of morphology, Distributed Morphology (Halle & Marantz 1993) in particular. We claim that this end can be achieved through relatively simple and well-motivated proposals. We suggest that the vast majority of non-syntactic mechanisms can be obviated by the adoption of non-terminal insertion (Radkevich 2010; Svenonius 2012; Merchant 2013; Starke 2009; Caha 2009; see Embick & Marantz 2008 for a contrary argument)– specifically post-linearization spanning. We restrict our discussion here to whether weak suppletion must be the output of phonological processes (see e.g. Marantz 1997; Embick & Halle 2005; Harley & Tubino Blanco 2013) or simply listed (see, e.g., Bermúdez-Otero 2013), and whether the containment prediction (Embick & Marantz 2008; Embick 2012) is indeed fatal for non-terminal insertion. We also propose here that Siddiqi’s (2009) feature blocking system can be co-opted for the tasks typical of impoverishment.en
dc.language.isoen_USen
dc.publisherJohn Benjamins Publishing Co.en
dc.identifier.doi10.1075/la.229.12hau-
dc.subject.departmentAnthropologyen_US
dc.titleTowards a Restricted Realization Theory: Multimorphemic Monolistemicity, Portmanteaux, and Post-linearization Spanningen_US
dc.typeArticleen
dc.identifier.journalLinguistik Aktuell/Linguistics Todayen
dc.identifier.isbn9789027257123-
dc.identifier.startpage343en_US
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