Phonological rules built from a single operation, priority union, can model both feature-filling and feature-changing processes. The distinction is handled by specifying which argument of priority union is defeasible. Priority union should be considered as a candidate for inclusion in phonological Universal Grammar.
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January 05 2022
Priority Union and Feature Logic in Phonology
In Special Collection: CogNet
Online ISSN: 1530-9150
Print ISSN: 0024-3892
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Linguistic Inquiry (2022) 53 (1): 199–209.
Charles Reiss; Priority Union and Feature Logic in Phonology. Linguistic Inquiry 2022; 53 (1): 199–209. doi: https://doi.org/10.1162/ling_a_00400
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