Martins (2016) – There is no place for markedness in biologically-informed phonology

There is no place for markedness in biologically-informed phonology
Pedro Tiago Martins
direct link: http://ling.auf.net/lingbuzz/003372
December 2016
This chapter argues that markedness is not a useful concept (a position which has already been made clear in the literature before), and offers a few extra insights on why it should be abandoned if one is interested in phonology as (part of a) biological capacity.

Format: [ pdf ]
Reference: lingbuzz/003372
(please use that when you cite this article)
Published in: To appear in: Samuels, B. D. (Ed.). Beyond Markedness in Formal Phonology. Amsterdam: John Benjamins
keywords: phonology, markedness, biology
previous versions: v1 [December 2016]
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