chapter  Nine
Commentary: The Nonhomogeneity of Condition B and Related Issues
ByEric Reuland
Pages 20

Since its inception, the Binding Theory outlined in Chomsky (1981) has been confronted with an ever increasing range of data. Languages providing the foundation for its original formulation came to be known in greater depth and detail; the number of languages studied from a theoretical perspective increased dramatically; and, finally, research on language acquisition opened up vast areas of novel facts.