<> "The repository administrator has not yet configured an RDF license."^^ . <> . . "Semantico-Phonetic Form: A Unitarianist Grammar"^^ . "Semantico-Phonetic Form: A Unitarianist Grammar\n\n\nAhmad R. Lotfi\nAzad University at Esfahan (IRAN)\n\n\nABSTRACT\n\nSemantico-Phonetic Form is a unitarianist theory of language in two different\nbut inter-related senses: first, it assumes that the Conceptual-Intentional and \nArticulatory-Perceptual systems (responsible for semantic and phonetic \ninterpretations respectively) access the data at one and the same level of inter-\npretation; hence a single interface level--Semantico-Phonetic Form, SPF. \nSecond, it is unitarianist in that (although it is still a formalist theory of language)\nit potentially permits the incorporation of both formalist and functionalist explana-\ntions in its formulation of the architecture of language. \n \nWithin the framework of Semantico-Phonetic Form, and as an alternative proposal \nto Chomsky's minimalist thesis of movement, the Pooled Features Hypothesis pro-\nposes that \"movement\" is the consequence of the way in which the language faculty\nis organised (rather than a simple \"imperfection\" of language). The computational \nsystem CHL for human language is considered to be economical in its selection of\nformal features from the lexicon so that if two LIs (to be introduced in the same \nderivation) happen to have some identical formal feature in common, the feature is \nselected only once but shared by the syntactic objects in the derivation. It follows \nthat the objects in question must be as local in their relations as possible. The local-\nity of relations as such, which is due to economy considerations, results in some kind\nof (bare) phrase structure with pooled features labelling the structural tree nodes that \ndominate the syntactic objects. Pooled features, in a sense, are structurally interpreted.\nOther features, i.e. those not pooled, will be interpreted at SPF.\n\nKEY WORDS: \n bare phrase structure, economy, faculty of language, \n feature checking, feature sharing, formal features,\n imperfections, lexicon, logical forms, minimalist syntax,\n Semantico-Phonetic Form, strength, unitarianist theory\n"^^ . "2000" . . . . . . . . "Ahmad Reza"^^ . "Lotfi"^^ . "Ahmad Reza Lotfi"^^ . . . . . . "Semantico-Phonetic Form: A Unitarianist Grammar (ASCII)"^^ . . . "spf.txt"^^ . . . "Semantico-Phonetic Form: A Unitarianist Grammar (Other)"^^ . . . "Semant.DOC"^^ . . . "Semantico-Phonetic Form: A Unitarianist Grammar (Indexer Terms)"^^ . . . . . . "indexcodes.txt"^^ . . "HTML Summary of #1669 \n\nSemantico-Phonetic Form: A Unitarianist Grammar\n\n" . "text/html" . . . "Syntax" . .