On quantification over questions: A case study of exhaustification in Japanese
AbstractThis paper supports the idea that the exceptive meaning denoted by the Japanese exhaustive particle dake is a conventional implicature, and shows that the Contrastive-marked (wa-marked) element takes scope higher than the proposition. I also provide an explanation for the unavailability of dake-wa in wh-questions using Krifka’s (2001b) non-Boolean algebra of Speech Acts.
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Hara, Y. (2019). On quantification over questions: A case study of exhaustification in Japanese. Proceedings of Sinn Und Bedeutung, 11, 320-331. https://doi.org/10.18148/sub/2007.v11i0.648
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