Sinn und Bedeutung 12

Proceedings

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The reference to the volume is:

Atle Grønn (ed.). Proceedings of SuB 12
Oslo:  Department of Literature, Area Studies and European Languages, University of Oslo.

ISBN 978-82-92800-00-3, available from URL http://www.hf.uio.no/ilos/forskning/konferanser/SuB12/proceedings/

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  Preface and Contents
i-v
Márta Abrusán (Budapest/MIT) A Semantic Analysis of Negative Islands with Manner Questions
1-16
Ana Arregui (Ottawa) On the Role of Past Tense in Resolving Similarity in Counterfactuals
17-31
Maria Averintseva (Tübingen)
Sebastian Buecking (Tübingen)
Dislocating NPs to the Right: Anything Goes? Semantic and Pragmatic Constraints
32-46
Adrian Brasoveanu (Stanford) Uniqueness Effects in Correlatives
47-65
Petra Burkhardt (Marburg) Two Types of Definites: Evidence for Presupposition Cost
66-80
Emmanuel Chemla (Paris ENS) Projecting Presuppositions with Scalar Implicatures
81-91
Amy Rose Deal (Amherst) Property-type Objects and Modal Embedding
92-106

Carmen Dobrovie-Sorin (Paris 7)
Roberta Pires de Oliveira (Santa Catarina)

Reference to Kinds in Brazilian Portuguese: Definite Singulars vs. Bare Singulars
107-121
Christian Ebert (Bielefeld)
Cornelia Endriss (Osnabrück)
Stefan Hinterwimmer (Humboldt Berlin)
Intermediate Scope Readings as Embedded Speech Acts
122-136
Francesca Foppolo (Milano-Bicocca) Between “Cost” and “Default” of Scalar Implicature: the Cost of Embedding
137-150
Ljudmila Geist (Stuttgart) Specificity as Referential Anchoring: Evidence from Russian
151-164
Valentine Hacquard (Maryland) Restructuring and Implicative Properties of volere
165-179
Madeleine Halmøy (Tromsø) Number, (In)definiteness and Norwegian Nouns
180-195
Katharina Hartmann (Humboldt Berlin)
Malte Zimmermann (Potsdam)
Not only ‘only’, but ‘too’, too: Alternative-sensitive Particles in Bura
196-211
Irene Heim (MIT) Decomposing Antonyms?
212-225
Daphna Heller (Rochester)
Lynsey Wolter (Rochester)
That is Rosa: Identificational Sentences as Intensional Predication
226-240
Stefan Hinterwimmer (Humboldt Berlin)
Sophie Repp (Humboldt Berlin)
Different Alternatives for Topics and Foci: Evidence from Indefinites and Multiple wh
241-255
Michela Ippolito (Toronto) Subjunctive Conditionals
256-270
Jacques Jayez (Lyon)
Lucia Tovena (Paris 7)
Evidentiality and Determination
271-286
Elena Karagjosova (Oslo) Contrast and Underspecification. The Semantics of aber and doch
287-302
Ezra Keshet (MIT) Infinitival Complements
303-317
Dorota Klimek-Jankowska (Wrocław) On an Analogy between English Nominal and Polish Aspectual Manifestations of Genericity
318-336
Sveta Krasikova (Tübingen) Quantifiers in Comparatives
337-352
Ivona Kučerova (University College London) Givenness and Maximize Presupposition
353-366
Jungmee Lee (Ohio) The Temporal Interpretation of the Korean –ko Construction: Aktionsart and Discourse Context
367-383
Rainer Ludwig (ZAS Berlin) Contrast For Two
384-398
Giorgi Magri (MIT) The Sortal Theory of Plurals
399-413
Alda Mari (Institut Jean Nicod Paris) Analyticity Under Perspective: Indefinite Generics in French
414-429
Eric McCready (Aoyama Gakuin) Particles, Modality and Coherence
430-441
Ana Müller (São Paulo)
Luciana Sanchez-Mendes (São Paulo)
Pluractionality in Karitiana
442-454
Sarah Murray (Rutgers) Reflexivity and Reciprocity with(out) Underspecification
455-469
David Oshima (Arizona) Stereotypes, Desires, and Constructions
470-484
Lucia Pozzan (CUNY New York)
Susan Schweitzer (CUNY New York)
Not Nearly Synonymous. Similarities and Differences between almost and nearly
485-507
Arndt Riester (Stuttgart) A Semantic Explication of Information Status and the Underspecification of the Recipients’ Knowledge
508-522
Uli Sauerland (ZAS Berlin) Hardts Surprising Sloppy Readings: A Flat Binding Account
523-536
Gerhard Schaden (Paris 7) On the Cross-Linguistic Variation of ‘One-Step Past-Referring’ Tenses
537-551
Mathias Schenner (ZAS Berlin) Double Face Evidentials in German: Reportative ‘sollen’ and ‘wollen’ in Embedded Contexts
552-566
Hans-Christian Schmitz (Frankfurt) “Eigentlich” again
567-581
Magdalena Schwager (Frankfurt) Keeping Prices Low: an Answer to a Concealed Question
582-596
Stephanie Solt (CUNY New York) Many and Diverse Cases: Q-adjectives and Conjunction
597-612
Yasutada Sudo (MIT) Quantification into Quotations: Evidence from Japanese wh-doublets
613-627
Henriëtte de Swart (Utrecht)
Joost Zwarts (Utrecht)
Article Use Across Languages: an OT Typology
628-644
Bartosz Więckowski (Rostock & Tübingen) Substitution Puzzles and Substitutional Semantics
645-662
Kazuko Yatsushiro (Humboldt Berlin) Quantifier Acquisition: Presuppositions of “every”
663-677

 

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Publisert 23. juni 2010 11:32 - Sist endret 9. mars 2011 13:54