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Summary Details


Query:   summary of 'de se' responses
Author:  Ana Perez-Leroux
Submitter Email:  click here to access email
Linguistic LingField(s):   General Linguistics
Language Documentation
Semantics
History of Linguistics

Summary:   DEAR LINGUISTS,

IN REFERENCE TO MY QUERY ON HORNSTEIN'S USAGE OF THE TERM 'DE SE', IN HIS ARTICLE IN LINGUISTIC INQUIRY EARLY THIS YEAR, I RECEIVED RESPONSES FROM:

DONALD STAHL
CASSIAN BRACONNIER
HORNSTEIN (VIA MARI BROMAN OLSEN , WHO KINDLYY
SUBMITTED THE QUERY TO HORNSTEIN)
LUIS FERNANDO ALONSO OVALLE & ALEJANDRA BARRIALES BOUCHE


SUMMARY OF RESPONSES
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THE TERM WAS INTRODUCED BY THE PHILOSOPHER DAVID LEWIS IN A PAPER IN THE PHILOSOPHICAL REVIEW. IT WAS COINED IN THE CONTEXT OF THE PHILOSOPHICAL TERMINOLOGY

LL Issue: 10.604
Date Posted: 27-Apr-1999
Original Query: Read original query