In sections 3 and 4, IA-constructions are compared respectively with externally headed (postnominal and extraposed) and internally headed relatives (in Ingrian Finnish represented only by correlatives
With contributors primarily from North America, the book is sectioned into three parts: the Middle American Terranes, including Oaxaquia, Mixteca, Sierra Madre, Chuacus, and Chortis Terrane and the North American Craton; followed by potential correlatives
, and orogenic processes.
For example, if "X has a claim-right against Y that Y [empty set]s," the jural correlative
is that "Y has a duty toward X to [empty set]" and the jural opposite is that "X has a no-right against Y." (12) Central to the construction of the Hohfeldian scheme of rights is the notion of correlativity: the relationship between two jural agents, X and Y, comprises two symmetrical relations--X's relation with Y, and Y's relation with X--where each one is, as a matter of logic, the correlative
of the other.
Their topics include subjects, argument structure and argument structure alternations, clitic pronouns, voice and voice alterations, causative and perception verbs, copular and existential constructions, negation and polarity, dislocations and framing, cleft constructions, coordination and correlatives
, gender and number, determination and quantification, adjectival and genitival modification, syntheticity and analyticity, and basic constituent orders.
Today, Schonberg's paintings--seen here in a show of around 150 canvases, more than half his entire output--are valued precisely because these psychologically unedited works look more like outsider art than like correlatives
of the notoriously abstruse "second Viennese school" of composition.
Writers aren't meant to admit such things, but I often feel, looking at his work, that I have no idea what he's doing - or, rather, that whatever meanings I might find in or bring to the work have correlatives
in extraordinary and incalculable systems of Barney's own.
In the Matisse work flatness is all, a flatness against which he plays the most outrageous counterpoint of shapes, colors, and patterns without ever sacrificing easy recognition of the objective correlatives
of pictorial inventiveness.
The difference lies in the surfaces, which are elegantly thin compared to the scraped and battered canvases that used to serve as the visual correlatives
of the scenes depicted on them.
It argues that obligations must be taken to be more fundamental than rights, on the grounds that there are (or that in principle there may be) obligations without correlative