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Sat Mar 12 2011

FYI: Empirical Issues in Syntax and Semantics 8

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Message 1: Empirical Issues in Syntax and Semantics 8
Date: 12-Mar-2011
From: Patricia Cabredo Hofherr <pcabredouniv-paris8.fr>
Subject: Empirical Issues in Syntax and Semantics 8
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Empirical Issues in Syntax and Semantics 8
Selected papers from CSSP 2009
Date of Publication: 2011
URL: http://www.cssp.cnrs.fr/eiss8/index_en.html

Olivier Bonami, Université Paris 4 & IUF
Patricia Cabredo Hofherr, CNRS UMR 7023 / Paris-8

ISSN 1769-7158, Pages: 535

Table of Contents:

Foreword (5)

Robert D. Borsley
Constructions, Functional Heads, and Comparative Correlatives (7)

Lucas Champollion and Uli Sauerland
Move and accommodate: A solution to Haddock's puzzle (27)

Isabelle Charnavel
On French Possessive son propre ('his own'): Evidence for an Interaction between Intensification and Binding (53)

Gabi Danon
Agreement with quantified nominals: Implications for feature theory (75)

Nicolas Guilliot
Reconstructing functional relatives (97)

Daniel Gutzmann
Expressive Modifiers & Mixed Expressives (123)

Daniel Gutzmann & Elena Castroviejo Miró
The Dimensions of Verum (143)

Fritz Hamm & Torgrim Solstad
Reambiguating: On the non-monotonicity of disambiguation (167)

Fabiola Henri & Frédéric Laurens
The Complementation of Raising and Control Verbs in Mauritian (195)

Olga Kagan & Asya Pereltsvaig
Syntax and Semantics of Bare NPs: Objects of Intensive Reflexive Verbs in Russian (221)

Makoto Kaneko
DP external epistemic ‘determiners’ in Japanese (239)

Yusuke Kubota
Phrasal comparatives in Japanese: A measure function-based analysis (267)

Jungmee Lee
The Korean evidential -te: A modal analysis (287)

Alexander Letuchiy
Russian peripheral reciprocal markers and unaccusativity (313)

Lisa Matthewson
On apparently non-modal evidentials (333)

Clemens Mayr
Licensing focus on pronouns and the correct formulation of AvoidF (359)

Ingo Mittendorf and Louisa Sadler
Welsh Prenominals (383)

Bjarne Ørsnes
Non-finite do-support in Danish (409)

Doris Penka & Arnim von Stechow
Phrasal complements of before and after (435)

Martin Salzmann
Resolving the movement paradox in Verb Projection Raising. In favor of base-generation and covert predicate raising. (453)

Guillaume Thomas
Incremental more (487)

Wataru Uegaki
‘Nearly free’ control as an underspecified de se report (511)

Linguistic Field(s): Semantics; Syntax

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