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Phonemes, segments and features


As the token generative phonologist invited to comment on the article by Hickok (henceforth H.), I feel that it is incumbent upon me to both clarify some terms and to counter an assumption about the content of generative theories of phonology made in H.'s article. While I restrict myself most specifically to H.'s article, I hope that these comments are also of some use to others who, like H., aim to integrate the ideas of various traditions in models of speech processing. © 2013 © 2013 Taylor & Francis.

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