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Author: Bosque, Ignacio
Date: 2012
Published in: Iberia: An International Journal of Theoretical Linguistics, 4 (1), 140-173.
Document type: Article
Abstract: The Lexical Integrity Hypothesis (LIH) holds that lexical items are syntactic atoms, which implies that neither their segments nor their semantic components are accessible to syntax. LIH is, thus, a double-faced hypothesis, since its predictions ...
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La hipótesis de la integridad léxica (HIL) sostiene que las palabras son átomos sintácticos, lo que implica que ni sus segmentos ni sus componentes semánticos son accesibles a la sintaxis. La hipótesis posee, en consecuencia, dos caras, ya que su...
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A Hipótese da Integridade Lexical (LIH) defende que os itens lexicais são átomos sintáticos, o que implica que nem os seus segmentos nem os seus componentes semânticos são acessíveis à sintaxe. A LIH é, assim, uma hipótese de dupla face, uma vez ...
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Cite: Bosque, I. (2012). On the Lexical Integrity Hypothesis and its (In)accurate Predictions. Iberia: An International Journal of Theoretical Linguistics, 4 (1), 140-173.
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URI: https://hdl.handle.net/11441/72640

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