The goal of the paper is to investigate the effect of logophoricity (i.e., perspective) in licensing anaphors exempt from Condition A in Korean, based on two empirical studies (grammaticality judgment tasks). The first study examines the distribution of the inanimate (thus non-logophoric) anaphor cachey to set up the baseline of Condition A. The second study addresses the issue of how perspective affects the licensing of the animate anaphor caki-casin. The results show that a plain Korean anaphor must be bound in the smallest tensed TP containing it with no subject intervening, and that this locality requirement does not hold under logophoric conditions; specifically, two tests (the Epithet test and the Sibling test) are used to demonstrate that anaphors anteceded by attitude holders and empathy loci are exempt from Condition A in the relevant perspectival contexts.
Proceedings of the 34th West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics
edited by Aaron Kaplan, Abby Kaplan, Miranda K. McCarvel, and Edward J. Rubin Table of contents
ISBN 978-1-57473-471-3 library binding
vii + 598 pages
publication date: 2017
published by Cascadilla Proceedings Project, Somerville, MA, USA