An integrated theory of autosegmental processes by Rochelle Lieber

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Notes: Introduction 1. For an excellent overview of autosegmental theory, see van der Hulst and Smith (1984). 2. Recent exceptions are Clements (1985) and Halle (1986), although neither considers the full range of data at issue here. Page 6 3. See, however, the works of Anderson (1982, 1984) and his students (Thomas-Flinders 1982) for another view. 4. The paradox is as follows. , grumpy~grumpier, but direct~*directer). -er attaches to no trisyllabic adjectives (*eloquenter). This fact suggests that the internal structure of unhappier is [un[[happy]er]], where -er attaches to the disyllabic happy.

The paradox is as follows. , grumpy~grumpier, but direct~*directer). -er attaches to no trisyllabic adjectives (*eloquenter). This fact suggests that the internal structure of unhappier is [un[[happy]er]], where -er attaches to the disyllabic happy. But this bracketing incorrectly represents the semantic structure of the word; unhappier means 'more unhappy' rather than 'not more happy', as the initial bracketing suggests. For semantic reasons, the following bracketing seems more appropriate: [[un[happy]]er].

Henceforth I will refer to (26) as the Duplicate Features Filter (the DFF). Page 21 It is, of course, not immediately obvious how the Duplicate Features Filter can serve to replace the Principle of Exhaustive Partitioning. Remember that the latter constraint automatically ruled out representations like (13), (15), and (21), which allowed us to circumvent the prohibition on crossing of association lines, and which are not in fact necessary for representing natural languages. I must therefore show that (26) not only permits the duplication of features that we need for Semitic and for infixing, but also rules out the duplication of features that will result in (13), (15), and (21); in other words, I must show that the DFF has all of the positive effects of the Principle of Exhaustive Partitioning, but none of its negative effects.

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