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The Fundamental Relations of Syntax and Conceptual Structure predicator A B imply A B A A B B A B C A ...

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The Fundamental Relations of Syntax and Conceptual Structure

predicator

A

B

imply

A

B

A

A

B

B

A

B

C

A

B

C

A

B

C

A

B

C

A

B f1 f2

C

predicate

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THE SUN

CAUSE f1 f2

MELT f3

ICE

BLUE (WALL) = Basic Eventuality

Predicate: BLUE = Predicator [+Imply (X) = Implicator

WALL = Argument

MELT (ICE) = Basic Eventuality

Predicate MELT = Predicator [+Imply {X}] = Implicator

ICE = Argument

VP MELT = Basic Phrase

V MELT = Basic Head [+Imply (X)] = Pointer

NP: ICE = Argument

AP BLUE = Basic Phrase

A BLUE = Basic Head +Imply (X) = Pointer

NP: WALL = Argument

H1 = HP

HP H0

H0

AP

A

[HP [H0 ] [AP A0]]

AP A0

PromP

Prom 0 Target NP [•+Ext. Arg.] NP JOHN ••index=i -Case_Inh

TP T0 •+Past +Host, +V, -N• +G

VP V1

•V0 SEE -Nom• +G

NP SELF •index=i -Case_Inh •[+Past] • -Nom

NP JOHN •index=i •+Ext. Arg. -Case_Inh