Thematic Roles and the Interpretation ov 'one-another' Reciprocals

  • Chris LaTerza


This paper proposes a novel neo-Davidsonian semantics of one another-reciprocals that appear in several Indo-European languages. Arguments are presented that suggest that such expressions be treated as compositionally complex, in contrast to standard approaches that treat them as primitive polyadic quantifiers. A theory of logical form for one another-reciprocals is developed that can account for a non-trivial range of their syntactic distribution as well as a wide range of the attested readings of reciprocal sentences.
How to Cite
LaTerza, C. (1). Thematic Roles and the Interpretation ov ’one-another’ Reciprocals. Proceedings of Sinn Und Bedeutung, 15, 397-418. Retrieved from