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福井直樹著/心−脳におけるマージ:理論言語学・言語の神経科学論文集(代表的言語学者)

Merge in the Mind-Brain : Essays on Theoretical Linguistics and the Neuroscience of Language

(Routledge Leading Linguists ; : 23)

Fukui, Naoki

Routledge 2017/04
288 p. 121 illus. 24 cm.   
装丁: Hrd    装丁について
テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: GB
ISBN: 9781138216143
KCN: 1027476462
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DDC: 410
KDC: B112 文法理論(統語論・形態論)
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SB2925B 英語学の最前線 2017/2018
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This collection brings together Naoki Fukui's pioneering body of work on Merge from the perspectives of theoretical syntax and neuroscience. Part I presents an overview of the development of the theory of Merge and its current formulations in linguistic theory, while Part II focuses on experimental research on Merge in the brain science of language, demonstrating how new techniques and the results they produce can inform the study of syntactic structure in the future. This book presents an innovative unified account of the study of Merge and paves new directions for future research for students and scholars in theoretical linguistics, neuroscience, syntax, and cognitive science.

Full Description

This collection of nine papers brings together Naoki Fukui's pioneering body of work on Merge, the basic operation of human language syntax, from the two distinct but related perspectives of theoretical syntax and neurosciences. Part I presents an overview of the development of the theory of Merge and its current formulations in linguistic theory, highlighting the author's previously published papers in theoretical syntax, while Part II focuses on experimental research on Merge in the brain science of language, demonstrating how new techniques and the results they produce can inform the study of syntactic structures in the brain in the future. By combining insights from theoretical linguistics and neurosciences, this book presents an innovative unified account of the study of Merge and paves new directions for future research for graduate students and scholars in theoretical linguistics, neuroscience, syntax, and cognitive science.

Table of Contents

Part 1: Merge in the Mind 1. Merge and the Bare Phase Structure 2. Merge and (A)symmetry 3. Generalized Search and Cyclic Derivation by Phase: A Preliminary Study 4. Merge, Labeling, and Projection 5. A Note on Strong vs. Weak Generation in Human Language 6. On the Basic Operations of Syntax Part 2: Merge in the Brain 7. The Cortical Dynamics in Building Syntactic Structures of Sentences: An MEG Study in a Minimal-Pair Paradigm 8. Syntactic Computation in the Human Brain: The Degree of Merger as a Key Factor 9. Computational Principles of Syntax in the Regions Specialized for Language: Integrating Theoretical Linguistics and Functional Neuroimaging