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This paper discusses the absence of the causative alternation with psych predicates in English from a comparative perspective. It argues that English lacks the psych causative alternation due to a combination of factors that have been pointed out independently in the literature, but not discussed in the context of the literature on the causative alternation in the non-psych domain: i) several object experiencer predicates got reanalyzed as subject experiencer verbs, ii) English borrowed new object experiencer predicates from verb classes that do not participate in the causative alternation, and ii) the v as well as the Voice layer of English that participated in the building of these verbs were also affected by changes in their properties.

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Hermeneutics, p. 54. 43 Several studies worth mentioning here: Nicholas Davey, Unquiet Understanding: Gadamer’s Philosophical Hermeneutics, New York 2006; Eberhard Philippe, The Middle Voice in Gadamer’s Hermeneutics, Tübingen 2004; Walter Lammi, Gadamer and the Question of the Divine, London 2008; Jeffrey Francis Bullock, Preaching With a Cupped Ear: Gadamer’s Philosophical Hermeneutics for a Postmodern World, Bern 1999; Kai Hammermeister, “Der Gott der Hermeneutik”, in: Mirko Wischke, Michael Hofer (eds.), Gadamer Verstehen Understanding Gadamer, Darmstadt 2003, pp