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Psych verbs, anaphors and the configurationality issue in Hungarian

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Abstract

The paper brings evidence that stative object experiencer verbs (<i>aggaszt</i> &#8216;worries&#8217;) and dative experiencer verbs (<i>tetszik</i> &#8216;appeals to&#8217;) are two-place unaccusatives in Hungarian, and it argues for a free merger account of the two internal arguments of these psychological verbs. It discusses binding data to substantiate the free merger proposal, and it provides an analysis in the framework of Reinhart&#8217;s (2000, 2001, 2002) Theta System.

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