Movement, Variables and Hamblin Alternatives
AbstractSets of Hamblin alternatives are often used side by side syntactic movement and variable binding. Shan (2004) shows that previous attempts at defining a Predicate Abstraction rule for variable binding while using sets of alternatives face serious problems: they overgenerate alternatives and/or are incapable of handling binding into a wh-phrase. This paper provides a solution by assuming Poesio’s (1996) general type ⟨⟨a,τ⟩,t⟩ and by borrowing and extending Rullmann and Beck’s (1997) treatment of wh-phrases as definites.
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Novel, M., & Romero, M. (1). Movement, Variables and Hamblin Alternatives. Proceedings of Sinn Und Bedeutung, 14, 322-338. Retrieved from https://ojs.ub.uni-konstanz.de/sub/index.php/sub/article/view/475
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