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6 The status and scope of the Subset Principle An aspect of the Subset Principle which has provoked some disquiet is that, as stated in (5), it is an extensional principle, explicitly referring to sets of sentences and requiring computations over these sets. Some, such as Sa®r (1987), have seen this computational requirement as implausible. Others, such as Kapur et al. (1993), relying to a large extent on the properties of pronouns discussed above, have sought to defend the classic view of binding domains from Chomsky (1981a), suggesting that this makes available an intensional de®nition of markedness.
Raise a number of objections to this hypothesis which there is not space to go into here. Instead, he suggests that many of the cited examples do not illustrate pronominal binding but accidental co-reference. To illustrate, consider the simple examples in (33): (33) a. That is him b. Everyone likes him As regards (33a), it is interpreted with him and that co-referential. However, we would not wish to suggest that (33a) provides evidence that the GC for English pronominals is not determined by the closest subject.
Cite as exhibiting the most marked pronominal GC include Japanese kare. 20 Whether this sort of argumentation could be extended to include signi®cant numbers of pronouns which have been regarded as having marked GCs remains to be seen. As things stand, the binding behavior of pronominals and attendant complications such as those which surround the Spanning Hypothesis remains a worrying problem for Wexler and Manzini's account. 5 Children's acquisition of anaphors and pronouns As the Subset Principle is a component of a theory aimed at accounting for how it is possible for human learners to acquire the intricacies encoded in parameterized Binding Theory, it is natural to expect that we can formulate predictions for the child's real-time acquisition of anaphors and pronouns.