Table of contents for A course in minimalist syntax : foundations and prospects / Howard Lasnik and Juan Uriagereka with Cedric Boeckx.

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Preface
Acknowledgments
1.	Minimalist Expectations: Preliminary Assumptions, with a Review of Some Familiar 
Notions
2.	From Rules to Principles and Beyond: A Strongly Constructivist System, with a Detailed 
Presentation of Phrase-structure
3.	The Economy of Derivations: Featuring movements of various sorts and ways to 
constrain them
4.	The Economy of Representations: Featuring chain uniformity and Case
5.	The Last Resort Character of Linguistic Computations: On what drives the Movement 
operation and related topics
6.	LF Processes: Why we (don't) need them and what they might be
7.	Roles, Cycles, Binding and Related Problems: Including a discussion of open questions 
relating Wh-movement
References
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Grammar, Comparative and general -- Syntax.
Minimalist theory (Linguistics).