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Coindexation-Based Binding Theory and Linking Theory

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Kang, Nam-kil

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In this paper, our discussion is based on the evaluation of the coindexation-based binding theory and Linking Theory. In Linking Theory, binding relations are meant to be captured through linking. Linking is partly similar to and partly different from coindexing. In this paper, we demonstrate that such differences between linking and coindexing are empirical rather than notational. We also provide several semantic and syntactic evidence for Linking Theory. Those cases are really empirical and hence prove important arguments in favor of Linking Theory. As further evidence for Linking Theory, we consider the possibility of dispensing with reconstruction in BVA. There are some tenable reasons to argue for it.

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I. Introduction
 II. The Coindexation-based Binding Theory vs. Linking Theory
  2.1 Semantic Evidence
  2.2 Syntactic Evidence
 III. Further Evidence for Linking Theory: Scrambling and a Bound Variable Interpretation
  3.1 The Reconstruction Effect and A Bound Variable Interpretation
  3.2 The Reconstruction Effect, Singular Pronouns and Plural Pronouns
  3.3 The Generalized WCO and Problems
 IV. Conclusion
 Works Cited

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  • Kang, Nam-kil Far East University

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