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A Probe-Goal Approach to Agreement and Incorporation Restrictions in Southern Tiwa

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  • Southern Tiwa (Tanoan) Exhibits Agreement With Up To Three Arguments (Ergative
  • Absolutive
  • Dative)
  • This Agreement Is Subject To Certain Restrictions Resembling The Person-Case Constraint Paradigm (Bo
  • Moreover
  • There Is A Correlation Between Agreement Restrictions And Conditions On (The Obviation Of) Noun-Inco
  • As Explicitly And Elegantly Captured By Rosen (1990) In Terms Of A Heterogeneous Feature Hierarchy A
  • We Attempt To Recast Rosen’S Central Insights In Terms Of Anagnostopoulou’S Probe-Sharing Model
  • 2006)
  • To Show That The Full Range Of Southern Tiwa Agreement And (Non-)Incorporation Restrictions Can Be G
  • Unified Analysis Within The Probe-Goal-Agree Framework Of Chomsky (2001)
  • In Particular
  • We Argue That Southern Tiwa’S Triple-Agreement System Is Characterized By (A) An Independent Class
  • And (B) A Rule That Allows This Class Probe To Be Deleted In The Context Of Local-Person T-Agreement
  • The Various Restrictions On Agreement And Non-Incorporation Then Reduce To A Single Source: Failure

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