Studies in Relational Grammar 3by Paul M. Postal
This collection represents the third--and final--volume in a series highlighting work carried out within a framework for syntactic theory and description which began to develop early in the 1970's and which has been called 'Relational Grammar'. This approach is characterized fundamentally by the assumption that grammatical relations such as subject, direct object, predicate, etc., are theoretical primitives, undefined notions in terms of which grammatical principles and rules of grammar can be stated.
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