1. Gregory M. Kobele (2010). Inverse Linking Via Function Composition. Natural Language Semantics 18 (2):183-196.
    The phenomenon of inverse linking, where a noun phrase embedded within another behaves with respect to binding as though it were structurally independent, has proven challenging for theories of the syntax–semantics interface. In this paper I show that, using an LF-movement style approach to the syntax–semantics interface, we can derive all and only the appropriate meanings for such constructions using no semantic operations other than function application and composition. The solution relies neither on a proliferation of lexical ambiguity nor on (...)
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  2. Gregory M. Kobele (2009). Part III. Convert and Non-Movement Operations in Survive-Minimalism: Syntactic Identity in Survive-Minimalism: Ellipsis and the Derivational Identity Hypothesis. In Michael T. Putnam (ed.), Towards a Derivational Syntax: Survive-Minimalism. John Benjamins Pub. Company.
     
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  3. Gregory M. Kobele (2009). Syntactic Identity in Survive-Minimalism. In Michael T. Putnam (ed.), Towards a Derivational Syntax: Survive-Minimalism. John Benjamins Pub. Company. 144--195.
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