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    Author(s)Hubert Haider
    PublisherCAMBRIDGE
    ISBN9781107017757
    Pages284
    BindingHardback
    LanguageEnglish
    Publish YearJanuary 2014

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    CAMBRIDGE Symmetry Breaking in Syntax 2014 Edition by Hubert Haider

    In this illuminating new theory of grammar, Hubert Haider demonstrates that there is a basic asymmetry in the phrase structure of any language, whatever sentence structure it takes. Moreover, he argues that understanding this asymmetry is the key to understanding the grammatical causality underlying a broad range of core syntactic phenomena. Until now, Germanic languages have been seen to fall into two distinct classes: those which take an object-verb sentence structure (OV) or a verb-object one (VO). However, by examining the nature of this universal underlying asymmetry, Hubert Haider reveals a third syntactic type: 'Type III'. In particular, he employs the third type to explore the cognitive evolution of grammar which gave rise to the structural asymmetry and its typological implications. Symmetry Breaking in Syntax will appeal to academic researchers and graduate students involved in comparative and theoretical syntax and the cognitive evolution of grammar. Table of contents :- 1. What breaks the symmetry in syntactic structures; 2. Linearizations are public, structures are private; 3. BBC - asymmetry in phrase structuring; 4. The cross-linguistic impact of the BBC; 5. The Germanic OV/VO split; 6. Adverbial positions in VO and in OV; 7. Elements of the third kind - resultative predicates and particles - in OV and VO; 8. Asymmetry in nominal structures - word and phrase structure; 9. BBC or LCA? - fact finding and evaluation.