By Bernard H. Bichakjian
Francis M. Rogers, to whom the present quantity is in honor of, could be a modest guy in precept, yet no longer in his educational objectives. to name his pursuits extensive in scope isn't any exaggeration as they conceal the fields of linguistics, literature, philology, bibliography, commute narratives and celestial navigation, that is well mirrored during this quantity. half I issues basic and Luso-Brazilian linguistics (Bernard H. Bichakjian, John B. Jensen, Anthony J. Naro, Joseph M. Piel, Cléa Rameh); half II Medieval reviews: Sheila R. Ackerlind, Donald Stone Jr., Paolo Valesio, Joan B. Williamson; half III Luso-Brazilian literature (Memória de Lázaro, Frederick C.H. Garcia, David T. Haberly, Jane M. Malinoff, Noami Hoki Moniz, Maria Luisa Nunes, Noêl W. Ortega, Raymond S. Sayers, Nelson H. Vieira); and half IV on shuttle literature (Mary M. Rowan, Charity Cannon Willard). This quantity additionally incorporates a whole bibliography of the writings of Francis M. Rogers.
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The present study of French and Portuguese nasalization along with the supporting evidence from Spanish and Italian can now claim to have shown that the rise of this phenomenon is not due to a universal tendency, nor can purely articulatory considerations suffice to explain it. Nasalization generally occurs when a language, in the process of eliminating consonants from a given position, eliminates a NC (for experimental evidence in support of this conclusion, see Durand, pp. 42-5). It is therefore necessary to make a distinction between the two processes.
Second, how can a phonologist write rule ii. when it is known that the nasal consonant is eliminated only in extreme cases? Often it is reduced by half or two-thirds. Finally, the order of the rules is most unfortunate. Nasal consonants do not fall because the preceding vowel is nasalized, but when a nasal consonant falls the preceding vowel becomes nasalized. The conclusion becomes painfully obvious. It is not the phonemic theory that is ill-equipped for the task or unable to meet a given epistemological criterion, but a theory that applies unmotivated rules and limits itself to discrete quantities.
18 Generative Phonology The methodological concern I have just expressed may not be shared by all. Some will surely find the scope of the present study much too restricted. I shall not try to deny the charge, but as Steiner points out, wider scopes have their own disadvantages. "L'analyse des universaux phonologiques n'est rien d'autre qu'une besogne élémentaire qui ne va pas très loin. ' Quand on passe aux conditions nécessaires et suffisantes, la description rigoureuse devient problématique" (p.