4 edition of Polarity sensitivity as inherent scope relations found in the catalog.
1980 by Reproduced by the Indiana University Linguistics Club in Bloomington .
Written in English
Bibliography: p. -173.
|Statement||by William Allen Ladusaw.|
|LC Classifications||P325 .L24 1980, P325 L24 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 173 p.|
|Number of Pages||173|
En chinois, les items de polarité (IP) n'apparaissent que dans les contextes à polarité négative, c'est-à-dire avec une négation, dans des questions alternatives et dans des subordonnées conditionnelles. Nous montrons que l'IР renhe 'n'importe lequel' doit en FL se trouver dans le domaine de c-commande de son élément légitimeur. La distance de la légitimation dépend de la Cited by: 8. Giannakidou, A. Polarity Sensitivity as (Non)veridical Dependency [M]. John Benjamins, Amsterdam. Giannakidou, A. Licensing and Sensitivity in Polarity Items: from Downward Entailment to (Non)veridicality [A]. In The Proceedings of 39th Chicago Linguistic Society [C]. Giannakidou, A. Scope is defined in a dependency grammar (DG) theory of syntax in terms of scope domains. The catena unit plays an important role. Given the notions of scope put forward, it is possible to discern two conditions on the syntactic distribution of : Timothy Osborne.
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Polarity sensitivity as inherent scope relations (Outstanding dissertations in linguistics) Hardcover – January 1, Cited by: Polarity sensitivity as inherent scope relations.
New York: Garland Pub., (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: William A Ladusaw. Get this from a library. Polarity sensitivity as inherent scope relations. [William A Ladusaw]. contexts; ‘Possible-Polarity items’ (tell time), which can occur only within the scope of a Possible-type modal; and combinations, like the ‘Impossible-Polarity item’ fathom, which requires both negative scope and a Size: 90KB.
The complex Case and agreement systems of both languages are fully accounted for, and it is shown that the proposed structures further explain other structure-sensitive phenomena (minimal scope options, obviation, and A′-control).
In other words, weak NPIs occur only in contexts in which taking narrow scope matters for interpretation. Thus one part of the explanation for the Polarity sensitivity as inherent scope relations book and robust stability of negative polarity is that it signals scope by: 2.
The book surveys a wide variety of polarity items, both negative and positive, commonly found in michael israel: The grammar of polarity: pragmatics, sensitivity, and the logic of scales 4 Sensitivity as inherent scalar semantics 79 Scalar operators 79File Size: KB.
Negative polarity and the syntax of taboo. In book: Perspectives on Negation and Polarity Items, pp (19S0) Polarity sensitivity as Inherent Scope relations.
Doctoral. dissertation, Author: Gertjan Postma. polarity items, Journal of Linguistic Research 1. Contrastive Negation and Metalinguistic Negation Ladusaw, W. (gb) Polarity Sensitivity as Inherent Scope Relations, PhD dissertation, University of Texas at Austin. Reproduced () by Indiana James D.
McCawley University Linguistics Club. University of ChicagoFile Size: KB. Keywords: Modality, Negation, Polarity, Reconstruction, Verb Movement 1. Introduction When a clause contains more than one scope-taking element, the question always arises as to what determines their relative scope relations, especially when these scope relations are not reflected by their surface Size: KB.
Polarity Sensitivity as Inherent Scope Relations, Phd. dissertation, University of Texas at Austin, IULC: Bloomington, Indiana. Zwarts, Frans. Nonveridical contexts. Linguistic Analysis Links. Utrecht Lexicon of Linguistics The Polarity Items Bibliography (University of Tübingen).
of polarity sensitivity W suggests that this is a case of lexical limited distribution. The author LADUSAW, WILLIAM. Polarity sensitivity as inherent scope relations. Austin, TX: University of Texas dissertation.
VALLDUVI, ENRIC. Polarity items, n-words, and minimizers in Catalan and Spanish. book is an always forthright and. Classics in formal semantics and pragmatics: The list below contains 40 studies written in the period – which everybody working in the field of formal semantics and pragmatics should have read.
The list does not only contain studies in semantics and pragmatics proper. Polarity Sensitivity as Inherent Scope Relations, Ph.
AbstractPolarity sensitivity has been an established key topic of linguistic research for more than half a century. The study of polarity phenomena can be extremely revealing about the internal structure of a language, as they usually involve an interaction at the interface between syntax, semantics and pragmatics.
In the past, most attention was paid to negative polarity : Mingya Liu, Gianina Iordăchioaia. Polarity sensitivity has been an established key topic of linguistic research for more than half a century. The study of polarity phenomena can be extremely revealing about the internal structure.
This book draws on insights from cognitive/functional linguistics and formal semantics to argue that, on the contrary, the grammar of sensitivity is grounded in a very general human cognitive ability to form categories and draw inferences based on scalar alternatives, and in the ways this ability is deployed for rhetorical effects in ordinary interpersonal communication.
The phenomenon of polarity sensitivity has been an important source of evidence for theories about the mental architecture of grammar over the last fifty years, and to many the oddly dysfunctional sensitivities of polarity items have seemed to support a view of grammar as an encapsulated mental module fundamentally unrelated to other aspects of.
The principal goal is to attempt a solution to the so-called diversity problem,i.e. to the fact not all polarity items are licensed in the same environments, by motivating, on both syntactic and semantic grounds, a distinction between strong and weak polarity licensing.
The proposal builds on a conjecture expressed in Ladusaw (, Author: Anastasia Giannakidou. Any as Inherently Modal Dayal, The Generic Book. Kratzer, A. The Semantics and Pragmatics of Polarity Items. Krifka, M. Kroch, A. Polarity Sensitivity as Inherent Scope Relations.
Ladusaw, W. Analyses of Negation in English. Lasnik, H. Negative Polarity Items in. Author's Personal Copy Ladusaw W A (). Polarity sensitivity as inherent scope relations. Ph.D. diss. University of Texas at Austin. Distributed by IULC, Bloomington, Indiana. within the scope of the EF, we predict freer variation of NPI licensing in ﬁnite and conditional clauses; References Giannakidou, Anastasia.
Only, emotive factives, and the dual nature of polarity dependency. Language – Ladusaw, William A. Polarity Sensitivity as Inherent Scope Relations. Doctoral Dissertation. The meaning of negation in the second language classroom: Evidence from ‘any’ The meaning of negation in the second language classroom: Evidence from ‘any’ Show all authors.
Kook-Hee Gil. Polarity sensitivity as inherent scope relations. New York: Garland. Google by: 3. The article examines the synchronic and diachronic relation between German hypothetical comparatives and ordinary comparatives.
While the presence of an overt equative complementizer is not universally obligatory, it is so in hypothetical comparatives, whereas a conditional complementizer may be absent. ing dissertation is “Negative Polarity as inherent scope relations”. However, in previous theories, the narrow scope requirement is always in addition to some other independent condition on the licensing context, such as downward entail-ment, non-veridicality, strengthening, etc.
The locus of the explanatory power in. In linguistics, a polarity item is a lexical item that can appear only in environments associated with a particular grammatical polarity – affirmative or negative.
A polarity item that appears in affirmative (positive) contexts is called a positive polarity item (PPI), and one that appears in negative contexts is a negative polarity item (NPI) (redundantly: (negative) NPI item). Lingua 80 () North-Holland LF CONDITIONS ON NEGATIVE POLARITY LICENSING Anoop Kumar MAHAJAN Linguistics Department, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MAUSA Received March ; revised version November We argue that conditions on negative polarity licensing are by: Progovac on polarity - Volume 31 Issue 2 - Laurence R.
Horn, Young-Suk Lee. Polarity sensitivity as inherent scope relations. New York: Garland. A binding approach to polarity sensitivity. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Southern California.
Progovac, L. ().Cited by: 6. Many students preferred the assignments in the book. These judgements are sensitive to the size of the group. 1 Any has another use in which it is not a negative polarity item.
This is sometimes called "Free. Choice Ladusaw, William. Polarity Sensitivity and Inherent Scope Relations. Ph.D.
dissertation, University of Texas. Lakoff. The paper presents a unified account of licensing conditions of Negative Polarity Items (NPI) in Telugu.
Based on the distribution of NPIs in complex clauses, we state that negation c-commanding NPI at the base-generated. Consequently, features checking between negation and NPI restricts the alternatives on the scale inherent to : Mayuri J.
Dilip, Rajesh Kumar. Sets, quantiﬁers, and entailment 1 Set notation and concepts f0;1g a set with two members/elements, 0 and 1 we will think about the meaning of quantiﬁers as relations between sets. (14) Polarity sensitivity as inherent scope relations. Doctoral Disserta-tion, University of Texas at Austin.
Erlewine EL Semantics: Aug Negative Polarity Items: Triggering, Scope and C-Command. Polarity Sensitivity as Inherent Scope relations. Quantiﬁer Scope in German: An MCTAG Analysis.
Remarks on Neg-Raising. Scope and Situation Binding in LTAG using Semantic Uniﬁcation. The Grammar of Negative Polarity. The Landscape of Author: Timm Lichte and Laura Kallmeyer.
AbstractThis paper discusses a class of so-called “marked” or “modal” indefinites in Romance, (e.g., Romanian un NP oarecare, Italian un NP qualunque, French quelque N), which have been shown to display the locality, shielding and rescuing effects familiar from the study of positive polarity items (PPIs) like someone (e.g., Săvescu-CiucivaraOarecare indefinites are not just Author: Anamaria Fălăuș.
This paper explores question bias in questions with negative polarity items (Ladusaw, ; Krifka, ; Giannakidou, ) by means of a perception experiment. For the purpose of the experiment the Greek emphatic and non-emphatic NPI kanenas ‘no-one/nobody, anyone/anybody’ are used.
The experiment tests two hypotheses. The emphatic NPI in a negative polar question creates a. Pragmatics of Rhetorical Questions: Characterizing & Quantifying Uninformativity Rhetorical questions (RQs) typically have the structure of a question but the force of an ().
Polarity sensitivity as inherent scope relations. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Texas, Austin. Lee, F. Negative-polarity licensing in. In this paper, we show that spurious NPI licensing can occur in the outright absence of a licensor, in contexts that force an exhaustive parse.
ative polarity items, and monotonicity. Journal of Semantics – Ladusaw, William A. Polarity sensitivity as inherent scope relations. Austin, TX: University of Texas Author: Jon Ander Mendia, Ethan Poole, Brian Dillon. An experimental investigation of NPI licensing under DE flip-flop Erika Mayer, University of Massachusetts Susanne Wurmbrand, University of Connecticut upward-entailing (UE), and assuming that DE operators reverse the polarity of entailment, an odd sensitivity as inherent scope relations.
Doctoral dissertation. Parker, D., & Phillips, C. Polarity Sensitivity as Inherent Scope Relations. Garland, NY. Von Fintel, Kai (). "NPI-Licensing, Strawson-Entailment, and Context-Dependency".
Journal of Semantics (16): 97– Giannakidou, Anastasia (). "Licensing and sensitivity in polarity items: from downward entailment to nonveridicality" (PDF).
In Maria Andronis; Anne Pycha. NPI licensing in Jordanian Arabic: An argument for downward entailment and syntax-semantics interface Eman Al Khalaf [email protected] 1 1 Department of English Language and Literature, School of Foreign Languages, University of Jordan, Queen Rania Street, Amman, JordanAuthor: Eman Al Khalaf.
Negative polarity items such as German “jemals” (ever) must occur in the scope of appropriate licensing conditions (in the present investigation always constituent negation), where scope is defined in terms of a c-command relation.
If these syntactic and semantic constraints are Cited by: The Meaning of Free Choice The Meaning of Free Choice Giannakidou, Anastasia In this paper, I discuss the distribution and interpretation of free choice items (FCIs) in Greek, a language exhibiting a lexical paradigm of such items distinct from that of negative polarity items.
Greek differs in this respect from English, which uniformly employs any. Anastasia Giannakidou () argues that various polarity phenomena observed in language are manifestations of the dependency of polarity items to the (non)veridicality of the context of appearance.
The (non)veridical dependency may be positive (licensing), or negative (anti-licensing), and arises from the sensitivity semantics of polarity items.A negative polarity item is a word (or expression) used only in non-positive 's a misnomer because they're not restricted to negative environments, but occur also in questions and hypotheticals.
One standard example in English is the indefinite 'any': I've got some bananas.Polarity items in questions, Papers from the 7th Regional Meeting of the Chicago Linguistic Society, (). Polarity Sensitivity as inherent scope relations, PhD thesis,Author: Nicholas Asher and Brian Reese.