One general conclusion to be drawn from this work is that the familiar idea that morphematic complexity is syntactically derived extends to function words — i.e., to segmentability inside of closed class items. Another general conclusion is that structural complexity — whether in the clause, in arguments, in modifiers, or in determiners — always follows the same hierarchical architecture of the three-layered extended projection. A third general conclusion is that the grammar may dislike homophony even more than in usually assumed, such that when two things look identical, it — more often than we think — is because they are identical, syntactically! The conclusion chapter sets a few accents.
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