By Sabrina Bendjaballah, Noam Faust, Mohamed Lahrouchi, Nicola Lampitelli
This quantity brings jointly articles via a few significant figures in numerous linguistics domain names ― phonology, morphology and syntax ― aiming at explaining the shape of linguistic goods through exploring the constructions that underlie them.
The e-book is split in five elements: vowels, syllables, templates, syntax-morphology interface and Afro-Asiatic languages. particular themes are the interior constitution of vowels and its relation to concord; the good judgment of recurrent vocalic styles; syllabic prominence; the interplay of syllabic and templatic constitution and segmental recognition; the innateness of templates and paradigms; the bounds of phonology; and numerous morpho-syntactic implications on phonological form.
The quantity renders homage to Jean Lowenstamm’s paintings, through underlining the significance of looking structural and intermodular perception within the learn of linguistic shape.