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Help Finding Article on Modal Bases and Speaker/Hearer Knowledge States



Date Submitted: 13-Apr-2011
From: David Oshima
Subject: Help Finding Article on Modal Bases and Speaker/Hearer Knowledge States
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Notice: I remember reading a paper discussing that it is useful to distinguish a modal base consisting of the speaker's knowledge only and a modal base consisting of the hearer's knowledge only (the intersection of the two correspond to the common ground in the standard sense). It also said that some types of statements/expressions refer to and update one of them and not (directly) the other. However, I cannot recall whose work it was. Papafragou's (2006) "Epistemic modality and truth conditions" discusses a related matter, but there was another one.

Can anyone help me find the paper(s)?