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Opacity and cyclicity
The Linguistic Review
Phonological opacity and paradigmatic effects ("synchronic analogy") have long been of interest in relation to change, naturalness, and the phonology/morphology interface. Their investigation has now acquired a new urgency, because they call into question OT's postulate that constraints are evaluated in parallel. Conceptually, parallelism is one of the basic and most interesting tenets of OT, and so there are good methodological reasons to try hard to save it in the face of such recalcitrantdoi:10.1515/tlir.2000.17.2-4.351 fatcat:7zdpjxoqqbaizduk56g64o7z3y