Work Papers of the Summer Institute of Linguistics, University of North Dakota Session
From the introduction: "Chafe (1970 p. 31-35) speaks of the varying forms for Onodaga 'big' as describable in terms either of processes or of allomorphs. (1) He claims that a process statement gives a more economical description of the Onodaga data; and (2) he also claims that an allomorph description necessarily presupposes a too-simple view of psychological reality. I consider his two claims questionable, the implication of his two claims not logically implied, and his first dichotomy not logically necessary."
Thomas, David D.
"Chafing at anti-allomorphs,"
Work Papers of the Summer Institute of Linguistics, University of North Dakota Session: Vol. 17, Article 18.
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