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Plurality, conjunction, and events

Plurality, conjunction, and events (5회 대출)

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개인저자
Lasersohn, Peter.
서명 / 저자사항
Plurality, conjunction, and events / by Peter Lasersohn.
발행사항
Dordrecht ;   Boston :   Kluwer Academic Publishers ,   c1995.  
형태사항
xi, 304 p. ; 23 cm.
총서사항
Studies in linguistics and philosophy ; v. 55
ISBN
0792332385 (hbk.) 9780792332381 (hbk.)
서지주기
Includes bibliographical references (p. 290-304).
일반주제명
Grammar, Comparative and general -- Number. Grammar, Comparative and general -- Conjunctions. Semantics.
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CONTENTS
Preface = ⅸ
Part One. Collective and Distributive Readings: History and Range of Possible Analyses = 1
 Introduction to Part One: An Apparent Difference Between Two Types of Conjunction = 2
 Chapter 1: Logical Form = 4
  1.1. Two Notions of Logical Form = 4
  1.2. Two Notions of Compositionality = 5
  1.3. Compositionality and Logical Form = 7
  1.4. Syntactic Motivation for LF = 10
  Notes = 11
 Chapter 2: The NP/S Analysis = 12
  2.1. Historical Notes on the NP/S Analysis = 12
  2.2. Conjunction Reduction = 17
  2.3. The NP/S Analysis: Formal Presentation = 20
  Notes = 24
 Chapter 3: The Relational/S Analysis = 26
  Notes = 32
 Chapter 4: The S/S Analysis = 33
  4.1. Historical Notes on the S/S Analysis = 33
  4.2. "Official Version" and Critique of the  S/S Analysis = 50
  Notes = 51
 Chapter 5: Two Types of NP/NP Analysis = 55
  5.1. Primitive Phrasal and Generalized  Conjunction = 55
  5.2. Conjoined Noun Phrases and Plural Noun Phrases = 64
  Notes = 68
 Chapter 6: Interlude On Collective Action and Colors = 69
  Notes = 80
 Chapter 7: Locating the Ambiguity = 81
  7.1. The Group-Level Analysis of Distributivity = 83
  7.2. Testing for Ambiguity = 89
  7.3. First Problem for Noun Phrase Ambiguity Accounts: Failure of the Zeugma Test = 96
  7.4. Second Problem for Noun Phrase Ambiguity Accounts: Partial Distributivity and Participatory Distributivity = 104
  7.5. Third Problem for Noun Phrase Ambiguity Accounts: Verb Agreement = 109
  7.6. Problems with Mode-of-Composition Analyses = 114
  7.7. Problems with Scope Ambiguity Analyses = 116
  7.8. Conclusion = 124
  Notes = 124
 Chapter 8: How Many Readings? = 128
  8.1. Just One = 128
  8.2. Arbitrarily Many = 132
  8.3. Two = 141
  Notes = 144
 Chapter 9: On The Structure of Groups = 145
  9.1. Sets and Groups, Union and Pairing = 116
  9.2. Conjunctions of Singulars = 147
  9.3. The Sets Theory and the Union Theory  Point to Different Ontologies = 148
  9.4. The Argument from 'Both' = 150
  9.5. The Argument from Reciprocals = 151
  9.6. The Argument from Distributives  = 153
  9.7. The Argument from 'Same' and 'Different' = 155
  9.8. First Response to the Arguments: Pure and Impure Atoms = 156
  9.9. Second Response to the Arguments: Covers = 159
  9.10. Conclusion = 167
  Notes = 167
 Chapter 10: The Event-Free Fragment = 169
  10.1. Basic Claims  = 169
  10.2. Syntax = 170
  10.3. Semantics = 172
  Notes = 177
Part Two. Events in the Semantics of Plurality and Conjunction = 179
 Introduction to Part Two: Extending the Coverage = 180
 Chapter 11: Earlier Work on Collectivizing Adverbials = 182
  11.1. A Problem in Distinguishing Collective and Distributive Predicates = 182
  11.2. An Analysis Based on the Scope of an Event Quantifier = 185
  11.3. An Analysis Based on Event Mereology = 189
  11.4. Spatial and Temporal Readings = 200
  11.5. An Analysis Based on Predicate Negation = 205
  Notes = 214
 Chapter 12: Return to an Event-Based Analysis = 218
  12.1. Getting Clear about the Problem = 218
  12.2. Analyzing 'Together' in Terms of Overlap = 222
  12.3. Persistence and Quantification = 226
  12.4. Adverbial and Adjectival 'Together' = 231
  Notes = 237
 Chapter 13: Pluractional Markers = 238
  13.1. Introduction = 238
  13.2. More than Just Groups of Events = 241
  13.3. Parameters of Pluractionality = 242
  13.4. Skeleton of an Analysis = 251
  13.5. Pluractionality in Klamath = 257
  Notes = 264
 Chapter 14: Unifying the Semantics of Conjunction = 267
  14.1. Groups of Events = 267
  14.2. A Problem with Temporal Alternation = 268
  14.3. Alternation and Groups of Events = 272
  14.4. Conjunction and Groups of Events = 277
  14.5. Color and Material Conjunction = 281
  Notes = 286
Conclusion = 287
References = 290


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