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Sabrina Bendjaballah

features must belong to the same syntactic domain. Section 5 concludes the article, with a speculative outlook on Berber nouns, sketching the role of a correct identification of templatic sites for the identification of morpho-syntactic boundaries. 2. The Mirror Principle in a Non

Samuel Thévoz

through the well-known Lettres édifiantes et curieuses . Further, the “mirror”-principle, a central conception of classical epistemology, applies to the conception of language sustained by the Jesuits (words imply a straight correspondence with things) and their conception of reality (the visible world

Jean Lowenstamm

(2011) 140–201 171 (57) Butif the verbmovedupthe structuregraduallypicking uppieces of inflection, first Gender, then Number, then Person, the surface order should be as in (58), as per Baker’s Mirror Principle (Baker, 1985). (58) VERB+Gender+Number+Person Yet, consider, the subsystem formed by the 2nd