Priority union and feature logic in phonology
Charles Reiss
July 2020

Rules built from a single (partial) operation, priority union, can model both feature-filling and feature-changing processes. The distinction is handled by specifying which argument of priority union is defeasible. Priority union should be considered as a candidate for inclusion in phonological Universal Grammar.
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Published in: Linguistic Inquiry to appear
keywords: phonology, feature logic, rules, universal grammar, phonology
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