SYNTACTIC GRADIENCE C: The Nature of Grammatical Indeterminacy (Oxford Linguistics)
Bas Aarts draws on, and reviews, work in psychology, philosophy and language from Aristotle to Chomsky., and writes clearly on a fascinating and important aspect of language and cognition. His book will appeal to scholars and graduate students of language and syntactic theory in departments of (English) linguistics, philosophy and cognitive science.
Aarts's judicious tackling of a tricky subject deserves praise. This book is likely to be regarded as a landmark in the study of indeterminacy and gradience for years to come. (Geoffrey Leech, Functions of Language)Syntactical Gradience is a very interesting and well-balanced book...a carefully written, compact but nonetheless thoroughgoing study on the subject of syntactic gradience. (Oliver Schallert, Linguist List)
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